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WMS and CWMDA announce collaboration – woodworkingnetwork.com

MISSISSAUGA — The organizers of the Woodworking Equipment & & Supply Conference & & Expo (WMS), CCI Canada, Inc., as well as the Canadian Woodworking Machinery Association (CWMDA), enrollers of Woodworking Modern technology Days (WTD), revealed they will work together to use the Canadian market a boosted experience for guests in November. WTD be held from Monday to Saturday, November 1– 6, 2021. WMS starts on Thursday, November 4 and also runs up until Saturday, November 6. Both organizations have accepted equally promote both events and make it very easy for visitors to go to. WTD occurs in CWMDA participants’ display rooms, a lot of which lie within 20 minutes of the International Center, the residence of WMS.

“The WTD event was produced last year by the organization and its participants that saw the need to concentrate on customized production tools and also provide a bigger variety of demos, which need comprehensive space and also set up centers,” claimed Marc Proulx, supervisor of the CWMDA.

“Our plan is to provide participants from across Canada the possibility to attend WMS and also see CWMDA participant open homes throughout the same browse through,” claimed Harry Urban, WMS manager.

With many major international programs cancelled in the current year, a high turn over is expected as this is a wonderful opportunity for woodworkers to travel in Canada and see even more equipment than ever,” stated Proulx.

As in the past, numerous CWMDA members will certainly also be exhibiting at WMS. The CWMDA will have a details booth at WMS to advertise participation in WTD.

To learn more go to wmscanada.ca and also cwmda-acdmb. ca.

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