CCE has been rescheduled to May 18-19, 2022
May 18-19, 2022 | The International Centre, Toronto, Canada
Title Sponsor: Procore Master Builders Solutions

Exhibitor Manual

This manual is designed for your convenience and to give you the necessary information for your participation in the show. Please read this manual carefully to familiarize yourself with all of its contents. Please place your orders early to ensure availability of desired items and to maximize cost savings. Your assistance in meeting deadlines is greatly appreciated. We look forward to working together for a successful trade show. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us.

USA and International Exhibitors Must Read:
To ensure smooth entry into Canada, please photocopy the enclosed letter from Canada Customs and ensure your driver presents this letter at the border.

Download Canada Customs Letter PDF

General Information

  • Move-In Schedule, Show Hours, Move-Out Times, etc.

    EXHIBITOR MOVE-IN

    Monday, May 16, 11:00 am – 7:00 pm

    Large space exhibitors only. Exhibitors with trucks, trailers, large equipment that require driving access before the pipe and drape is set. The halls will be loaded front to back and an exhibitor schedule will be posted April 25. Monday move-in is only open to those companies with a space 600 sq.ft. or larger. Please call 226-363-0550 if your space is smaller than 600 sq.ft. and a two day set up is required or requiring driving access or have large product/display that requires drive-in access.

    Tuesday May 17, 8:00 am – 6:00 pm

    All companies with exhibit space of 500 sq.ft. and less.  All exhibits must be set up by 6:00pm on Tuesday.

    SHOW HOURS

    Wednesday, May 18, 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
    Thursday May 19, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

    EXHIBITOR MOVE-OUT

    Thursday, May 19, 3:05 pm – 10:00pm

    REGISTRATION HOURS

    Monday May 16, Noon – 4:00 pm
    Tuesday May 17, 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
    Wednesday May 18, 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
    Thursday May 19, 8:00 am – 2:00 pm

    CONFERENCE SESSIONS

    Wednesday May 18, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
    Thursday May 19, 9:00 am – 2:00 pm

  • Show Management Contact Information

    SHOW MANAGEMENT

    5021053 Ontario Inc. O/A Canadian Concrete Expo
    201-242 Lauzon Road, Windsor, ON N8S 3L6
    Office Phone: (226) 363-0550 • Office Fax: (226) 363-0455

    Sue Mailloux, Show Co-ordinator
    Email: sue@exposition.com

    Stuart Galloway, President
    Email: stuart@exposition.com

    Jon Mailloux, National Sales Manager
    Email: jon@exposition.com

    Cobi Snyder, Social Media Manager
    Email: cobi@exposition.com

    Rod Mahler, Marketing Manager
    Email: rod@exposition.com

    Joe Fraser, Operations Manager
    Email: joe@exposition.com

  • The International Centre: Deliveries & Directions

    The International Centre
    Halls  2 • 3 • 4

    6900 Airport Road
    Mississauga, ON L4V 1E8

    Telephone: (416) 674-8425 • (905) 677-6731
    Fax: (905) 677-3089

    All exhibitor Deliveries and Exhibitor Check-In during the move-in will be at accepted at Door #47, Hall 2 only. Please see On-site map of International Centre

    Directions

    Get directions from Google Maps.

  • Listing of Official Service Contractors
    Audio Visual – Television, Microphone, Video Equipment Encore Canada
    2365 Matheson Blvd. E. Mississauga, ON L4W 5B3
    Tel: 905-678-5120
    Email: TICC@EncoreGlobal.com
    Website: www.encore-can.com
    Booth Cleaning Caldas Building Services Inc
    Contact: Roy Henriques
    6900 Airport Rd., Box 32 Mississauga, ON L4V 1E8
    Tel: 905-672-2304
    Fax: 905-672-5670
    Email: info@caldas.ca
    On-Site Power Washing & Detailing Dr. Detail
    3-1750 The Queensway, Suite 207, Toronto, Canada M9C 5H5
    Tel: 416-620-4145
    Fax: 905-790-7212
    Email: drsoffice@drdetailinc.com
    Catering The International Centre (On-Site Office)
    Contact: Christal Camayang
    6900 Airport Rd., Entrance 6 Mississauga, ON L4V 1E8
    Tel: 905-678-5627
    TF: 1-800-567-1199 Ext: 1187
    Email: ccamayang@internatinalcentre.com
    Customs Brokerage, Exhibit Transportation, Advance Warehousing, Caravan to WOC Cross Connect
    Contact: Pat D’Alessandro
    5225 Orbitor Drive, Unit 12 Mississauga, ON L4W 4Y8
    Tel: 416-704-1956
    Email: info@crossconnectcl.com
    Booth Furnishing, Carpet, Plants, etc. RVS Draperies Inc.
    Box 2860 St. Mary’s, ON N4X 1A5
    Tel: 519-349-2024
    Fax: 519-349-2036
    Email: admin@rvsdraperies.com
    Attn: Brenda McDougall
    Electrical, Lighting, Sign & Banner Hanging, Mechanical ShowTech Power & Lighting
    5675 McLaughlin Rd Mississauga, Ontario L5R 3K5
    Tel: 905-283-0550
    Email: info@showtech.ca
    Website: www.showtech.ca
    Promotional Products Balsam Promotions
    1135 Ringwell Dr, Newmarket, ON L3Y 8T8
    Tel: 905-830-1827
    Email: info@balsampromotions.co
    Host Hotels EventConnect Booking Link
    https://app.eventconnect.io/events/18553/hotels?nav=hidden
    Exhibitor Insurance Exhibitorinsurance.com
    2780 Hwy 7, Unit 103
    Concord, ON L4K 3R9
    Tel: 905-695-2971
    Fax: 905-760-2260
    Email: info@exhibitorinsurance.com
    Attn:
    Materials Handling/Fork Truck Service

    Exhibitors please note all fork truck is complimentary, but exhibitors that have products over 5,000lbs or items larger than 6′ tall x 8′ long x 4′ wide must call Canadian Concrete Expo to ensure proper equipment is onsite to move your product.

    Canadian Concrete Expo
    Contact: Sue Mailloux
    Tel: 226-363-0550
    Email: sue@exposition.com
    Registration – Exhibitor Badges, Sales Lead Systems Conexsys
    Contact: Colin VanMierlobensteyn
    34-7050 Bramalea Road
    Mississauga, Ontario L5S 1S9
    Tel: 905-405-8415 ext 0
    Fax: 905-405-9870
    Telephone, Ethernet Encore Canada
    2365 Matheson Blvd. E.
    Mississauga, ON L4W 5B3
    Tel: 905-678-5120
    Email: TICC@EncoreGlobal.com
    Website: www.encore-can.com
    Complimentary Services Provided by CCE The CCE Team will provide complimentary Forklift, Hi-Speed Wi-Fi and Powerwash Services. For full details please review the “Complimentary Services” Section of the manual
  • Complimentary Services for Exhibitors: Fork Truck, WIFI, etc.

    The purchase of booth space in the show entitles you to:

    • Fork Truck/Material Handling
      All Standard Fork Truck Service is complimentary for products under 5,000 lbs. and smaller than 6’ tall and 8’ Long x 4’ wide. Items heavier than 5,000 lbs. or larger than 6’ x 8’ x 4’ MUST call Canadian Concrete Expo to ensure proper equipment is available on-site. These larger items may be subject to fees related to additional equipment required. Please contact Sue Mailloux or Joe Fraser by email at sue@exposition.com/joe@exposition.com.
    • Complimentary Hi-Speed 5Mbps WiFi connection
      Booth sizes under 400 sq.ft. – 1 WiFi connection; 400 – 1,200 sq.ft. – 2 WiFi connections; Over 1,200 sq.ft. – 3 WiFi connections. All exhibitors will receive unlimited access to 512Kbps WIFI. PLEASE NOTE: Any additional Hi-speed 5Mbps WiFi connections that are required Please contact Sue Mailloux at Canadian Concrete Expo 226-363-0550 or sue@exposition.com.
    • Power Washing of All Display Vehicles & Product
      Reserve your time by calling Dr. Detail at 416-620-4145 or email: drsoffice@drdetail.com. Power washing hours are Sunday 10 am – 4 pm; Monday 8 am – 3 pm.
    • Complimentary on-site labour to assist exhibitors with off-loading during move-in and loading during move-out. Should additional on-site labour be required for booth assembly & dismantling, please contact Sue Mailloux at sue@exposition.com or call 226-363- 0550.
    • Free on-site parking during show
    • Complimentary crate storage, removal and return
    • 24 hour security
    • Standard Pipe and Drape (if required)
    • Complimentary push carts, dollies and pump trucks for use during move-in/move- out
    • Shuttle service to host hotels
    • Exhibitor badges – Max 20 for all exhibitors. If you require more than 20 badges please email us at: sue@exposition.com
    • Company listing and link on CCE website
    • Company listing in Digital Show Guide
    • Company name will appear on show floorplan for space 400 sq.ft. plus on handout
  • Move-In & Move-Out Procedures

    Move-In Procedure

    PAYMENT OF EXHIBIT SPACE

    Full payment of exhibit space, as contracted, must be made prior to February 8th, 2022. Show Management will refuse the use of space to any exhibitor who has not made full and final payment.

    LABOUR & TIPPING

    Exhibitors are required to abide by the existing labour conditions and rates effective in the exhibit hall. There is no need to tip. Please report immediately to Show Management any discourtesies or attempts to imply that service will be speeded up or improved by tipping.

    INSURANCE

    Neither Show Management nor the building owners will accept responsibility of injury to persons, loss of or damage to products, exhibits, equipment, or decorations, by fire, accident, theft or any other cause while in the building or on the grounds. Exhibitors must provide adequate insurance for their own personnel, exhibits, and materials against all such hazards. Show Management has assigned Exhibitorinsurance.com as official insurance broker. They have an insurance program designed specifically for exhibitors. See Application Form in Required Exhibitor Insurance.

    STORAGE OF CRATES

    Please carefully identify every empty case, skid, crate, or carton you wish returned to your booth by completing and affixing the storage labels. Storage labels are available from Show Management. Containers will be picked up, stored, and returned to you for re-packing as rapidly as possible, beginning after the close of the show on the last day.

    Exhibitors are advised that storage areas are not, and cannot be, secured. Therefore, no valuable materials of any kind, products or exhibits, should be consigned to storage.

    Do not store crates behind your booth.

    FREIGHT REQUIRING A FORKLIFT

    Please follow these instructions:

    • A loading dock official will be checking vehicles and will direct you to the proper loading door
    • Heavy equipment and awkward displays should be delivered on the first day of move-in
    • As soon as your material is uncrated and labeled, a materials handling crew will go to your booth to pick up your crates for storage, only if storage stickers are visible on the crates.

    HAND-CARRIED MATERIAL

    If you do not require a pump truck to remove your materials from the show, the following has been set-up for your convenience.

    • Push dollies will be available at the loading doors.
    • Load your vehicle as quickly as possible and return your dolly. A crew is available if you require help.
    • For security reasons, you will be required to wear your exhibitor badge prominently when hand- carrying material from the building.

    U.S. & INTERNATIONAL FREIGHT

    Exhibitors who are shipping goods to the show from outside of Canada are strongly recommended to use the Official Customs Broker for the show. Representatives will be on-site to take care of all your custom needs.

    PRIORITY MOVE-OUT

    Exhibitors requiring priority to move-out are to ask Show Management for special stickers before crates are sent to storage.

    Move-Out Procedure

    Beginning at 3:05 pm on Thursday May 19, once the aisle carpets have been rolled up and removed, all materials will be returned to the booths.

    All exhibits in Hall 2, 3 & 4 must be removed by 10:00 pm Thursday, May 19, 2022.

    DISMANTLING

    All packaging materials will be returned to the booths after the aisle carpets have been rolled up and removed. No dismantling or removal of exhibits or exhibit material is permitted before the close of the show. Exhibitors are urged to remove small cartons and open cases of products from the building immediately after the close of the show. While Show Management will take all reasonable security measures to safeguard small items, immediate removal of such items will minimize the possibility of loss from pilferage.

    REMOVAL OF EXHIBIT MATERIALS

    This must be completed by 10:00pm, Thursday, May 19, 2022.

    At the close of the show, where exhibitors fail to pick up or couriers refuse to accept shipments, Show Management reserves the right to reroute such shipments where no disposition is provided.

    NOTE: This material may be hauled to a warehouse pending advice from the exhibitor, and the exhibitor will be charged accordingly for this routing or handling.

    To simplify move-out, we recommend the use of our Official Carriers.

    LOADING DOORS

    The floor will have materials handling crew, as well as a representative from Show Management who will be checking with exhibitors to ensure a smooth and trouble-free move-out.

  • Pre-Show Checklist

    TO BE DONE IMMEDIATELY

    1. Make hotel reservations, if necessary
    2. Make airline reservations, if necessary
    3. Order ad in show guide, if desired
    4. Be sure you have sent information for the show guide listings

    2 MONTHS IN ADVANCE

    1. Plan booth layout! Make sure your booth conforms to the show rules and regulations. Check height limits (see Rules & Regulations section)
    2. Pay balance of booth space rental
    3. Order transportation for booth to and from the show site
    4. Make sure customs forms are in order, if necessary
    5. Order all services for on-site: electrical, furniture, signs, material handling, booth cleaning, etc.
    6. Send Invitations to clients

    1 MONTH IN ADVANCE

    1. Check to see if all services have been ordered and confirmed. Remember that services ordered on-site will cost more and availability is not guaranteed.
    2. Finalize booth personnel and send Exhibitor Badge Request Form to Conexsys.
    3. Make sure that you have all parts of your booth before shipping. Arrange tools, hammers, tape, markers, etc.
    4. Phone major clients to make sure that they will be attending the show

Required For All Exhibitors (MUST READ)

  • Liability Insurance

    IMPORTANT – Please take care of immediately!

    RE: CERTIFICATE OF LIABILITY INSURANCE

    As you may know, as an exhibitor participating in a show, you must have adequate Liability Insurance with a minimum $2,000,000 limit to protect the Exhibitors, the attending public, the show organizer and yourself.

    Our insurance policy does not extend coverage to any exhibits and requires you to submit a Certificate of Insurance upon receipt of the exhibitor’s manual

    There are (2) ways to arrange the required Insurance:

    OPTION #1: SINGLE EVENT INSURANCE

    5021053 Ontario Inc. O/A Canadian Concrete Expo appointed Exhibitor Insurance.com as the recommended Insurance contractor for exhibitors.

    Exhibitor Insurance Online Order Form

    Download Exhibitor Insurance Application Form PDF

    OPTION #2: YOUR OWN INSURANCE

    • Contact your own Insurance Company, request a certificate of Insurance with the following requirements below:
    • 5021053 Ontario Inc. O/A Canadian Concrete Expo listed as an additional insured.
    • Dates of the show: May 16 – May 19, 2022 (includes move in and out dates)
    • Comprehensive General Liability of $2,000,000
    • Bodily Injury and Property Damage Liability subject to a maximum $1,000 Deductible
    • Products and Completed Operations Liability
    • Contingent Employers Liability
    • Broad form Property Damage
    • Cross Liability clause
    • Severability of Interest Clause

    Your understanding and compliance with this requirement, is greatly appreciated and we thank you for your effort in ensuring the well being of everyone.

    Have a prosperous and safe show.

  • Show Rules & Regulations

    IN THE INTEREST OF PRODUCING THE BEST SHOW POSSIBLE FOR EXHIBITORS AND VISITORS ALIKE, THE FOLLOWING RULES ARE NECESSARY!

    1) ADMITTANCE

    Admittance to the exhibit floor during installation will only be permitted to those persons with a temporary work pass or an exhibitor badge. On show days an exhibitor badge will be required to enter the show including one hour prior to opening and one – half hour after closing. Should you require additional time, please see Show Management. No one under the age of 19 will be allowed on the show floor during the show or during move – in/move – out.

    The trade show floor is available to all qualified attendees wearing an identification badge without restrictions. Each exhibitor may reserve private areas within the booth that are not made generally accessible. The booth construction must make it evident, which parts of the booth are not meant to be generally open and provide access control to these parts (ie: doors, walls, etc.). Discrimination policies denying admission to generally open displays to only some trade show participants (wearing an official badge) are not permissible.

    2) BOOTH RESPONSIBILITY

    It will be the responsibility of the company who contracts the space to maintain personnel in the booth at all times during Show Hours. Any exhibitor who starts to pack or dismantle the booth prior to show closing will be charged a set fee of $1,000. Show Management will closely monitor this. Qualified tradeshow attendees must wear an official badge. Please report any unauthorized attendees to the security personnel or Show Management.

    NOTE: In order to qualify for the offered advance discount rates, forms MUST be returned to appropriate locations by the specified deadline dates.

    3) CATERING SERVICES

    Please see the official contractor sheet for contact information.

    4) EXHIBITS/SHOW FLOOR

    Please take time to familiarize yourself with the IAEE (International Association for Exposition & Events) Guidelines for Display Rules & Regulations. CCE will abide by these standards. Exhibitors requesting variances and/or exhibits that do not comply with the IAEE guidelines must complete the booth approval request form and received approval from Canadian Concrete Expo to deviate from these industry standards. Onsite, exhibitors not in compliance with these rules will be forced to correct rule violations prior to show opening.

    Exhibitors have the right to display/hang signs, banners or logos from the ceiling of the exhibit hall with permission from Show Management. All signage, banners must have 2’ of clearance from ceiling structure at top of the sign/banner in Hall 2, Hall 3 and Hall 4 the top of the sign or banner will be no higher than 24’ from the floor. Please contract Showtech Power & Lighting.

    All demonstration equipment, including operator’s position, must be located inside the booth.

    Exhibitors building special background or side dividers must make certain that the surfaces and backside of side walls such dividers are finished in a manner as not to be unsightly to exhibitors in adjoining booths. If such surfaces remain unfinished Show Management shall authorize the official decorator to take into effect the necessary finishing’s and the exhibitor must pay all charges involved.

    Souvenirs and literature may be handed out only from within the confines of the exhibitor’s booth. Passing out promotional material or literature in the aisles or public areas is prohibited.

    No storage of any kind is allowed behind booths or near electrical service. Materials necessary to your exhibit must be stored within the exhibit. Electrical cords and connectors must be accessible.

    5) EXHIBIT HALL

    Canadian Concrete Expo will be located at the International Centre, in Halls  2, 3 and 4 .

    6) FIRE PREVENTION

    The exhibitor shall not use any flammable decorations or coverings for display purpose. All fabrics or other material used for deco ration purposes must be flameproof. The exhibitor shall comply with all applicable fire regulations.

    City of Mississauga Fire Department Regulations

    GOVERNING EXHIBITS AND DISPLAYS IN PUBLIC BUILDINGS

    DISPLAY MATERIALS
    1. The following materials shall be flameproof is used for display or decorative purposes: Artificial flowers or foliage, plastic materials, split wood and bamboo fibres, textiles, paper – (cardboard or compressed paperboard less than 1/8” in thickness is considered to be paper). Wallpaper is permissible is pasted securely to walls or wall board backing. Foam plastic cored art board shall be coated on all sides with a fire retardant paint or varnish. Edges to be encased in metal “U” channel or metal “muffler” tape. Tape must extend at least ¾” on face and reverse of board.
    2. The use of the following materials shall be prohibited: Acetate fabrics, corrugated paper box boards, no-seam paper, paper backed foil, unless glued securely to suitable backing.
    3. It is not necessary to flameproof textiles, paper and other combustible merchandise on display for sale, but the quantity so used shall be limited to the displaying of one salvageable length. Each sample must differ in colour, weave and texture.
    FLAME PROOFING DEVICES

    All exhibits having open flame devices must be accepted by the Fire Department. The general rules are:

    1. Flame shall not be used solely to attract attention.
    2. Exhibits utilizing flame proofing devices must be attended at all times.
    3. The use of an open flame is limited to certain articles or merchandise where the operation of an approved appliance or device definitely helps to promote the sale of such equipment.
    4. Where candles are offered for sale, not more than four candles may be lighted at any one time, and they must be shielded by hurricane type chimneys. If glass contained candles are lighted, the flame must not extend above the rim of the container.
    FLAMMABLE GAS
    1. 1 x 5 lb. propane cylinder only as approved under the Propane Storage, Handling and Utilization Code for demonstration purpose. When a cylinder is used with a self-contained propane hand torch or similar equipment it shall have a maximum WC of 2-1/2 lbs.
    2. Equipment must be set up as remote as possible from public aisles and installed in a manner to comply with approved safety standards.
    3. 1 x 40 cu. ft. cylinder of acetate will be permitted for use in Arts & Crafts type displays and for demonstration purposes.
    AEROSOLS
    1. It is permissible to exhibit one pressurized container, not exceeding one pint capacity, of each product classified as a flammable liquid.
    2. Non-flammable products are not restricted.
    VEHICLES
    1. Motor vehicles or gasoline-powered equipment on display must be equipped with lock-on type gasoline tank caps, and batteries are to be disconnected. Gasoline tanks must not be filled beyond the ¾ mark in order to allow for expansion of product. Vehicles unable to be equipped with lock-on type caps must have caps sealed in a manner acceptable to the Fire Department.
    2. Running of display vehicles during exhibit is prohibited unless approved by the Fire Department.
    3. Shows requiring vehicles to run as part of a performance or contest must fill vehicle outdoors from approved safety containers.
    4. Propane charged cylinders are not permitted on self-propelled vehicles or trailers on display inside buildings.
    5. If at any time an Inspector deems that equipment is being operated in a manner dangerous to public safety, he shall cancel the privilege of the exhibitor concerned.
    DISPLAY LAYOUT
    1. Display must not encroach on exit doorways
    2. No portion of a display shall project into any aisle as designated for the show concerned
    3. The aisle clearance at the bottom and top of a stairway shall be equal to the width of the stairway. Access to exits shall be maintained clear
    4. Where the occupant load exceeds 200 persons in the assembly occupancy contained non-fixed seating, the seats shall be fastened together in units not less than 4 or more than 12, or each end seat abutting an aisle shall be securely fastened to the floor. If the area is enclosed, approved illuminated EXIT signs are required
    5. A) If fire protection is located within the exhibit space, it shall be the responsibility of the Show Management to provide direct and unobstructed accesses to such equipmentB) A fire extinguisher bearing the Underwriters’ Laboratories of Canada designation 2-A shall be provided and maintained for each 3000 square feet of floor areaC) In every eating establishment wherein cooking is conducted, there shall be provided and maintained therein, one dry chemical fire extinguisher bearing the Underwriters’ Laboratories of Canada designation 40-BCD) In every eating establishment and exhibit or display in which commercial cooking equipment producing grease-laden vapours are used, the cooking equipment shall be installed and exhaust ventilated in conformance with the requirements of the Ontario Building CodeE) An approved fire extinguisher must be installed in exhibit areas where flame-producing devices are used, or when required by an Inspector
    6. Hay, straw, shredded paper and excelsior packing must be removed from the building unless it can be returned to tightly-closed packing containers.
    7. Any enclosed showroom with an excess of 2,000 sq. ft. or an occupancy of 60 persons must have two means of egress as remote as possible
    8. Boxes, crates and cartons from which merchandise has been removed, must be piled neatly in a storage area designated by Show Management
    9. Construction of ceiling decorations of show booths must not impede operation of sprinkler systems. Not more than 50% of a ceiling may be covered. No-width shall exceed 48” without an equal opening

    To test materials: Hold materials to be tested in a vertical position, apply flame to the lower edge for a minimum of twelve (12) seconds.

    To pass a test of satisfactory resistance to flame spread, a material should not continue to flame for more than two (2) seconds after the flame is removed.

    7) INSURANCE

    Show Management shall not be liable for injury to persons (or for damage to or loss of property) within the exhibitor’s booth and its surrounding area, or in such other areas as the exhibitor may use to store its property or that of third parties. It is the responsibility of the exhibitor to provide sufficient insurance. Such insurance shall include (but shall not be limited to) coverage o f the exhibitor’s liability for injury to persons (and for damage to or loss of property) within the exhibitor’s booth and its surrounding areas, and in such other areas the exhibitor may use to store its property or that of the third parties.

    8) MEDIA & PRESS RELATIONS

    Any activities conducted by the media, whether arranged by the exhibitor or separately, shall be conducted through the Show Management.

    9) PHOTOGRAPHY, VIDEO SHOOTING & SOUND RECORDING

    Cameras or videotape equipment may be used to photograph your booth/stand during trade show hours only. Any other use of cameras or recording equipment is prohibited unless Show Management grants permission. Each exhibitor has the right to prohibit the use of cameras. Since cameras and video equipment are generally allowed in the hall, please post clear signage if you do not want photography at your booth. If you encounter individuals not honouring your policies, please bring these to the attention of security personnel or Show Management staff.

    10) SALES ACTIVITIES

    Exhibitors may accept orders from trade buyers and may also sell product directly at the show. Any sales of products that cannot be carried by one person can be moved at the closing of each day. Price labeling is not allowed on products exhibited in booth area, in the Show Directory or on advertising aids.

    11) SECURITY

    Show Management will provide general security for the exhibit hall and public areas. However, you may contract for individual security within your booth at your discretion. No weapons will be allowed on the show floor.

    12) SET – UP DEADLINES

    Show Management and its organizers reserve the right to use any exhibit space still unoccupied on Wednesday, February 16, at 6:00 pm for whatever purpose it chooses. Exhibitors w ill remain liable for the space rental fee of such space.

    13) SOUND SYSTEMS

    The use of sound systems is permissible provided they are not audible more than three feet into the aisle or into neighbouring booths, and that the sound is directed exclusively into the exhibitor’s booth. Show Management and its organizers shall have absolute control over it regulation, the intent of which is to ensure that the sound systems shall not be audibly objectionable to neighbouring exhibitors. Sound amplification may be used by the exhibitor only for the dissemination of information to the Canadian Concrete Expo audience directly relating to products and/or services of the particular company displaying such products and/or services at the show.

    14) TWO STORY DISPLAYS

    Special rules and regulations are in effect for two story displays and/or covered displays. Please contact Show Management if you intend to have a two story or covered display. You must submit structural engineer approved schematics of the booth at least 45 days prior to the show.

    15) RECYCLING PROGRAM

    International Centre has now implemented a recycling program. We ask for your support by separating your cardboard from the rest of the garbage. Cleaners will be going around each aisle picking up the garbage and cardboard. By having it already separated will help us get the aisles cleared out faster and make it easier for exhibitor to move in. We would like to thank you in advance for your contribution in our recycling program.

    16) PROPER FLOOR TAPE

    Use what the professionals use. Save time and money by using the proper floor tape.

    Download Proper Floor Tape Information

  • IAEE Booth Regulations

    Please reference the IAEE Guidelines for Display Rules and Regulations for recommendations and help planning your display.

    Download IAEE Guideline for Display Rules & Regulations

  • Exhibitor Badge Request Form

    All exhibitor representatives will require an Exhibitor Badge to access the show. Please complete the online Exhibitor Badge Request Form no later than February 7, 2022.

    Note: NO badges will be mailed. They will be available for pickup at the show during move-in.

    Note: Login password is your company Postal Code with no spaces.

    Exhibitor Badge Request Online Form

Additional Services & Forms

  • Audio Visual, Television, Video Equipment

    Provider: Encore Canada
    Phone: 905-678-5120
    Email: TICC@encoreglobal.com

    Television, Computers, Audio and Video Equipment

    Download Audio Visual Order Form

  • Booth Cleaning

    Provider: Caldas Building Services
    Phone: (905) 672.2304

    Initial and nightly booth cleaning services.

    Download Booth Cleaning Order Form

    Download Booth EDF Disinfecting Order Form

  • Booth Furnishings & Carpeting

    Provider: RVS Exhibitional Draperies Inc.
    Contact: Brenda McDougall
    Phone: (519) 349-2024
    Email: admin@rvsdraperies.com

    Please contact Brenda McDougall directly for quotes on items required that are not on order form.

    Download Booth Furnishings & Carpet Order From

  • On-Site Power Washing & Detailing

    Provider: Dr. Detail
    Phone: (416) 620-4145
    Email: drsoffice@drdetailinc.com

    Power washing and detailing services

    Download Power Washing and Detailing Order Form

  • Electrical, Lighting, Sign & Banner Hanging, Mechanical

    Provider: SHOWTECH Power & Lighting
    Phone: (905) 283.0550

    Rental Lighting, Temporary Electrical Services, Mechanical Services (such as compressed air, water lines, drains, etc.)

    Showtech Power & Lighting Order Form

    NOTE: All machinery, tools, appliances and products requiring electricity at the show must be approved by Ontario’s Electrical Safety Authority (ESA).

    Please see the following to ensure your products meet ESA’s approval standards: https://www.esasafe.com/assets/files/esasafe/pdf/Electrical_Product_Safety/ESA-ProductApprovalCard-Final-web.pdf

    Exhibitors are responsible to obtain “Permission to Show/Energize” from the ESA on any products/machinery etc. that do NOT meet the required approvals.

  • Promotional Products

    Provider: Balsam Promotions
    Phone: (905) 830-1827
    Email: info@balsampromotions.com

    Tradeshow promotional products, gifts, uniforms

    Download Promotional Products Catalogue

    Visit Balsam Online Order Form

  • Sales Lead Systems

    Provider: CONEXSYS
    Contact: Colin VanMierlobensteyn
    Phone: (905) 405-8415 ext 23

    Exhibit badge scanners and printers.

    Exhibitor Badge Scanners & Printers Order Form

    Form Orders can be submitted by email to support@conexsys.com
    Or Faxed to (877) 247-0864

    Alternatively, orders can be placed online at – www.conexsysleads.com
    Using order code – CCEX22E

  • Telephone, Ethernet and Wired Internet or Additional WIFI

    Please note CCE provides up to 4 Complimentary hi-speed 5 Mbps WiFi connections for each exhibitor.

    Provider: Encore Global
    Phone: (905) 678.5120
    Email: TICC@encoreglobal.com

    Telephone-Ethernet, Wired Internet, and Additional WiFi

    Download Audio Visual Order Form

  • Customs Clearance, Transportation Services, Advanced Warehousing and Border Services Letter for U.S. Exhibitors

    Provider: Cross Connect
    Phone: (416) 704-1956
    Email: info@crossconnectcl.com

    Customs Clearance / Transportation Services Order Form

  • World of Concrete & Canadian Concrete Expo Caravan

    Provider: Cross Connect
    Transportation Services, Customs Brokerage, Advanced Warehousing

    Expo Caravan Information Forms

  • Shipping Information

    ADVANCE SHIPMENTS

    No shipments will be accepted at the show facility (The International Centre) until 9:00 a.m. on Monday May 16, 2022.

    Exhibitors who find it necessary to ship their equipment in advance should contact the Official Show Transportation Company. Cross Connect- Phone: (416)704-1956 Email: info@crossconnecttcl.com

    This service is particularly advantageous for exhibitors who are shipping their exhibits from another show, or who could schedule shipping more economically in advance using surface transportation rather than relying on air freight in order to guarantee arrival at the show on time.

    Bonded shipments from outside Canada should be consigned as follows:

    Exhibitor Name, Booth #
    C/O Canadian Concrete Expo
    ABF Freight
    15 Strathearn Ave.
    Brampton, ON L6T 4P1

    These shipments should arrive one week prior to the move-in dates.
    ALL FREIGHT MUST BE PREPAID.

    As these are specific customs regulations for exhibitors using their own trucks or methods of transportation other than common carrier, exhibitors should advise the broker well in advance of their expected arrival.

    C.O.D. SHIPMENTS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED BY SHOW MANAGEMENT!

    Direct to Show Site: 

    Shipments delivered direct to show site will only be accepted during scheduled move-in dates and times. Shipment arriving early or late will not be accepted.

    For delivery Direct to Show Site, consign your shipment to:

    Exhibitor Name, Booth #
    c/o Canadian Concrete Expo
    Toronto International Centre
    6900 Airport Road
    Mississauga, ON L4V 1 E8
    Receiving: Door 47 

  • Customs Regulations & Customs Bond

    Equipment and exhibits for the show may be brought in free of duties and taxes on a temporary basis, but subject to a deposit equal to the duties and taxes normally levied on them. The Official Customs Broker has made arrangements with Canada Customs for a bond to cover all importations on this show. Exhibitors using their own customs broker will have to arrange their own bond or cash deposit with Canada Customs.

    It is imperative that Canada Customs invoices be mailed at least two weeks prior to shipment of goods since Canada Customs will not permit entry of goods to the building without an invoice.

    The Official Show Customs Broker will provide the following services:

    • Post the required bonds and securities with Canada Customs
    • Clear your materials through Canada Customs
    • Co-ordinate delivery to the facility on the appropriate move-in days
    • Provide on-site staff to advise and assist you from opening to closing of the show
    • Prepare export documentation and bills of lading
    • Co-ordinate outgoing transportation of exhibition materials
    • Arrange customs clearance return for surface freight
    • Offer their “Official Common Carrier” package which will provide you with free advance storage for one month prior to the show with no hidden costs

    ** For the duration of the event, the exhibit premises are a bonded area. Therefore, no display items may be removed from the show area without the knowledge and consent of the Official Show Customs Broker, Canada Customs and Show Management.

    ** At the close of the show: Normal procedures at the close will require exhibitors to repack and label their own shipments. Goods to be displayed at another show may be transferred in bond or held in bonded storage for a maximum of two years.

    ** For Official Custom Brokers forms,

    Provider: Cross Connect
    Phone: (416) 704-1956
    Email: info@crossconnecttcl.com

    Customs Clearance / Transportation Services Order Form