New show committee announced for CMPX 2020 – Canada’s national trade show for the HVACR and plumbing industries

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CMPX 2020 Show Committee - from the left – Brent Cornelissen, Sandy MacLeod, Bruce Meacock, Ulyana Fedyna, Jim Garrett, Joanna Woo, David Weishuhn, Loretta Zita, Elizabeth McCullough, Patrick Shield, Dennis Kozina. Absent - John Bonus, Mike Cantin, Jon Leeson, Garth Wallin

Ontario Construction Report staff writer

The Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Institute of Canada (HRAI) and the Canadian Institute of Plumbing and Heating (CIPH) say that the new show committee has been established and that planning is well underway for the CMPX 2020 show.

CMPX, The Canadian Mechanical & Plumbing Exposition, is Canada’s national trade show and learning forum for the mechanicals industry including: air-conditioning, heating (forced-air and hydronics), plumbing, waterworks, water quality, piping, refrigeration and ventilation industries.

Jointly produced since 1972 by HRAI and CIPH, the CMPX 2020 show will be held at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, North Building, March 25, 26, 27, 2020.

Extensive attendee and exhibitor survey results from previous CMPX shows will guide the new show committee in planning the event, organizers say in a news release.

Show committee members are:

Show chairman: Dennis Kozina – Emerson Climate Technologies; vice-chair – Joanna Woo – Emco Ltd.

Show Committee: John Bonus – Wolseley/Frontier; Mike Cantin – Napoleon Heating & Cooling; Brent Cornelissen – OS&B; Ulyana Fedyna – Noble; Jim Garrett – Taco Canada; Jon Leeson – Desco Plumbing & Heating Supply; Sandy MacLeod – HRAI; Elizabeth McCullough – CIPH; Bruce Meacock – Mechanical Business; Patrick Shield – Shield Associates; Garth Wallin – Blanco Canada Inc.; David Weishuhn – Blue Flame Heating & Air Conditioning; and Loretta Zita – HRAI.

For more information, see the CMPX 2020 website at www.cmpxshow.ca.

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