April 18, 2018, International Centre, Mississauga, ON

Schedule

Day 1
18 Apr 2018
8:00 am - 8:45 am

REGISTRATION & NETWORKING BREAKFAST

Exploiting all that Data

There is a mountain of data available to all truck operators these days, but the challenge of exploiting the potential is no small thing. Big enough, in fact, to dissuade...
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Rolf Lockwood
10:30 am - 11:00 am

NETWORKING BREAK

Equipment to keep you rolling

Few things are more frustrating than premature component failures or unscheduled maintenance. But how do you make the business case for a larger upfront investment in the name of long-term...
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Mike Gomes
Chris Iveson
John G. Smith
12:00 pm - 12:30 pm

Luncheon and Award Presentation

Luncheon Keynote: Advanced Safety Technologies

With ever-increasing scrutiny of the trucking industry’s safety record, more and more attention is being paid to collision mitigation and other active safety systems. What’s on offer? What’s possible? What’s...
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Fred Andersky

Fuel for thought … and action

Emerging products promise better fuel-efficiency at every turn. A recent demonstration even proved that 10 miles per gallon (23.5 liters per 100 kilometers) is possible using the technology on the...
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Dave Schaller
John G. Smith
2:30 pm - 2:45 pm

NETWORKING BREAK & SPONSOR DRAWS

Testing Results and How they impact the profitability of your Fleet

Now that we’ve implemented the most obvious fuel-saving technologies and techniques within our industry, what’s next? In light of possible relaxed legislation on additional GHG initiatives, the question presents itself:...
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Yves Provencher

Closing Keynote: Electrification & the Truck of the Future

A century ago electric trucks could be seen on every urban street, and it’s abundantly clear that they’re about to become common again. Not just in towns and cities but...
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Julie Furber
Day 2
19 Apr 2018
8:00 am-10:00 am

TRUCK WORLD VIP KICKOFF BREAKFAST

TRUCK WORLD OPENS

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