June 6 – 8, 2017 | Edmonton EXPO Centre (Hall C) | Edmonton, Alberta
Meet numerous customers and prospects at WMTS from oil & gas, industrial and commercial machinery, construction, mining, agriculture, wind energy, and aerospace that are looking for the latest in technology to enhance their productivity and manufacturing systems.
Reach a regional audience of leading companies from Western Canada with purchasing power from all levels of the supply chain, including hard-to-reach manufacturing companies.
WMTS gives attendees from all walks of manufacturing an experience they never forget and often repeat: a hands-on, flexible, learning environment of revolutionary technologies. Who attends WMTS?
“Closing a sale with a potential customer from an exhibition versus one found in the field saves an organization approximately $795 per new customer!”
“The cost of making first face-to-face contact with a potential customer through an exhibition lead is $96, compared to $1,039 without.”
Source: Center for Exhibition Industry Research
WMTS is the major forum for manufacturing professionals from Alberta and all of Canada to source machinery, equipment, supplies & services for all aspects of their operations.
“With approximately $14.5 billion per year of existing activity, Alberta is one of Canada’s major metal manufacturing centres. The strong demand from Alberta’s energy sector has created the perfect catalyst a number of opportunities for the province’s metal manufacturing companies. Tens of billions of dollars are being spent in both the oil sands and conventional oil and gas sectors each year.”
“Demand in Alberta will require nearly $200 billion of new construction and maintenance spending over the next twenty-five years, much of it for fabricated metal products”
“Manufacturing is responsible for almost one third of Canada’s exports, contributing significantly to the country’s overall wealth and economic stability”
“In 2013, close to 80,000 manufacturing businesses generated revenues of $591 billion and employed about 1.8 million Canadians, accounting for 10.5% of the overall GDP”