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FABTECH Canada 2020 to co-locate with CanWeld Conference

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The conference is expected to draw 6,000 industry professionals and executives to Toronto

TORONTO — Canada’s largest metal forming, fabricating, welding and finishing event, FABTECH, and the CWB Group announced a strategic partnership and co-location of the CWB Group’s CanWeld Conference at FABTECH Canada 2020.

The national conference and a trade show will be held June 16-18, 2020, at the Toronto Congress Centre.

FABTECH Canada 2020 will feature more than 400 exhibitors, 80 presentations, workshops and keynote presentations highlighting the best new ideas from the biggest and most innovative names in the industry as well as three networking receptions. The event is produced by event partners AWS, FMA, SME, PMA and CCAI.

“For nearly 30 years, FABTECH has served as a springboard for high-level decision makers to learn about and invest in technologies driving manufacturing into the future, and we’re thrilled to welcome the CanWeld Conference for the 2020 edition of FABTECH Canada,” said John Catalano, senior director, FABTECH.


Entering its eleventh year, CanWeld is a world-class conference with industry speakers and networking opportunities for the Canadian welding and fabricating industry.

“Our 2020 conference agenda will highlight the full scope of the CWB Group and its position as a centre for excellence in all things welding,” said Dan Tadic, director of the CWB Association. “CanWeld will give welding industry professionals the opportunity to discover how they can improve their welding operations, covering topics as diverse as fume management, automation, testing and welding processes. Local experts, industry leaders and academics from across Canada and overseas will share their knowledge and host open discussions on topics of interest to the industry.”

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