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Auto Atlantic | NSCC Technicians Trade Show 2011 was a big hit!

The best of industry representatives gathered under one roof to create a collective "wow!"

The Auto Atlantic | NSCC Technicians Trade Show of 2011 was a big hit with over 30+ vendors displaying and demonstrating their products in multiple formats.

The show was divided into two sections using the transportation center at the Akerley campus of NSCC. This format allowed vendors such as RDM sales to demonstrate some of the latest in additives for diesel fuels in the industry. Ross Morton from RDM had products from TeraClean that can reduce the soot and sludge from diesel fuels before and during the combustion process. Also on hand were Hunter Engineering and QMI, both demonstrating impressive product lines.

The second section contained a variety of vendors from the truck and transport industry, as well as specialty product suppliers. CARQUEST auto parts had a booth where you could win with a hole-in-one putt and Mackay's Truck Center had a 2011 Mack Transport on hand for viewing the latest technologies in today's trucks.

Parts Source had two sections with a collision theme in one that demonstrated the latest in paints and spray equipment on the market. NAPA Auto Parts had a large display showing off an array of products and lots of pros on hand to answer questions. Meanwhile, Canada Wide Equipment had a Hoffman eastern representative on hand to demonstrate the latest in their equipment. They also had RTI air-conditioning equipment available as well with the new Hybrid feature.

The show continued to move ahead with the likes of Mark Weare from Marktech Elecronics displaying the latest in alignment and wheel service from BEAR electronics. Rotary Lifts had veterans John and Dave from MJS Holdings showing off Rotary's line of hoists. CARS and the Automotive Sector Council had a variety of information on hand to assist those considering a trades career. NSCC also had a booth that promoted courses and programs available in the transportation trades.

The show proved to be a success with different sectors coming together under one roof to network and display their products to the industry. Many vendors enjoyed seeing such diversity at one event and participants enjoyed the range of information consolidated in one place. A special thanks to all the vendors that participated in the Auto Atlantic /NSCC 2011 Technicians Trade Show.

(Note: all photos by Melissa Cole)



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