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May 2004

Forest Expo Index

Letter from Roy Nagal

On behalf of our Executive Committee and Board of Directors, welcome to Canada's biggest and most-successful forestry show — Forest Expo 2004! This year’s show is our 11th biennial event, again featuring the cutting-edge in log-harvesting, hauling and related equipment and services, special luncheons and a variety of social activities. We expect the show will draw more than 300 exhibitors and 20,000 industry-related attendees.

Forest Expo 2004 is also more diversified than ever, with bio-energy and value-added exhibitors, a safety trainers’ convention and two mornings chock-full of helpful and thought-provoking seminars. Shows like Forest Expo don’t just happen; it takes commitment and time — hundreds of hours—by Expo’s Directors, volunteers and staff to make it all happen on time, on schedule. A sincere thanks to them, and to our many corporate sponsors, for their hard work and support to make this show a success. We hope you enjoy Forest Expo 2004, and that your experience here will be pleasant and memorable.

Roy Nagel Chairman Forest Expo 2004

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