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Canada Woodworking West returns to Abbotsford for third edition

 11 January 2019     HGO Staff 

ABBOTSFORD, British Columbia – Western Canada’s largest woodworking machinery and supply show will return to TRADEX here for its third edition for a its usual two-day run beginning 02 October.

The organisers said in its previous outings, Canada Woodworking West welcomed as many as 3,000 secondary woodworkers and other industry professionals from across British Columbia and Alberta. In just six years, the key trade event has earned a solid reputation as the region’s can’t miss event for the secondary woodworking industry.

A scene from the 2017 Canada Woodworking West event in Abbotsford, British Columbia.Held every other year, the event is owned and operated by Master Promotions of Saint John, New Brunswick. They also organise Canada Woodworking East, which is normally held in Quebec – also on alternate years.

"We are very pleased to be back in Abbotsford for a third time with this event,” show manager Mike Neeb said in a statement. “The response from past exhibitors and interest from those that have been watching and waiting has been overwhelmingly positive. One of the main priorities for the 2019 event is ‘the visitor experience’. We have lined up some of the best speakers in the industry and are looking forward to providing a high-quality event to our audience.”

The 2019 edition will host of some of North America’s largest and most respected industry manufacturers and distributors serving the following sectors: cabinet manufacturers; furniture manufacturers; millworkers; custom wood product producers; and architectural woodworkers.

Companies interested in exhibiting at the show are invited to review the booth package and pricing options on the show web site or they can contact Neeb directly at [email protected].

Canada Woodworking West has again been endorsed by regional industry leaders including the University of British Columbia’s Centre for Advanced Wood Processing; the Canadian Kitchen Cabinet Association (CKCA); and, the Wood Manufacturing Council.

For more information, visit the event’s web site at or find it on Facebook.

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