Access a Diverse Industry Network
With CMTS’ strong reputation across multiple industries, CMTS attracts an exceptional crowd. Take a look at the 2017 CMTS audience, which included more than 8,000 influential manufacturing professionals from small job shops, mid-size companies, and large OEMs — more than 10,000 attendees are expected at CMTS 2019!
Connect with hard-to-reach manufacturers and learn how you can help them achieve their goals – the key to long-term business relationships.
SERIOUS BUYERS FOUND HERE
- 74% of CMTS attendees had a role in buying
- 69% represented the hard-to-reach job shops
- 21% had equipment budgets that exceeded $500,000 – CMTS is an excellent way to connect with companies looking to invest in capital equipment.
Ensure that these influencers have the opportunity to vet your products and services at CMTS while they’re comparing solutions.
LEADERS & THEIR TECHNICAL TEAMS ATTEND
Utilize CMTS to connect with manufacturing professionals at every level within your target customers.
- 24% Company Management/Corporate Executive, Owner, Purchasing
- 18% Manufacturing Engineering & Manufacturing Production Management
- 20% Manufacturing Engineering Department (non-management) & Manufacturing Production Department (non-management)
- 9% Product Design/R&D
- 5% Control Engineering/Automation
- 3% Quality Assurance & Control
CANADA’S DIVERSE MANUFACTURING COMMUNITY CONVENES
Showcase how your solutions address the needs of any or all of these sectors.
CMTS Industries & Sectors
- Alternative Energy
- Commercial & Industrial Machinery
- Consulting/Engineering R&D Services
- Fabricated Metal/Stamping
- Food Processing
- Oil & Gas and Chemicals
Sample of 2019 Attending Companies
Air Bus Helicopters
Arcelor Mittal Dofasco
Bauer Hockey Corp.
Bell Helicopter Textron Canada Ltd.
Bradley Ontario Precision Inc.
Canada Mold Technology Inc.
Canadian Armed Forces
Canadian Nuclear Laboratories
Candu Energy Inc.
CCI Thermal Technologies Inc.
Centerline Windsor Ltd.
CFN Precision Inc.
Cirque du Soleil
Commercial Spring and Tool Company Ltd.
Dellcom Aerospace Inc.
Fiat Chrysler Assembly
GE Automation & Controls
GE Center for Additive Technology Advancement
General Dynamics Land Systems Canada
GMCL – CAMI Assembly
Gouvernement du Québec
Government of Canada
Hitachi Construction Truck Manufacturing Ltd.
Husky Injection Molding Systems Ltd.
Kubota Materials Canada Corporation
LPP Manufacturing – Linamar
Magna International Inc.
Magna Powertrain Inc.
Messier Dowty Aerospace
Nestle Canada Inc.
Ontario Power Generation
Parker Hannifin Canada
Pratt & Whitney Canada
RB&W Corporation of Canada
Safran Landing Systems Canada Inc.
St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corp.
The Boeing Company
Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada Inc.
Triumph Gear Systems Toronto
Tycos Tool & Die, Div. of Magna International
UTC Aerospace Landing Gear Div.