About Canweld Conference & Expo
CanWeld is a dynamic trade show and conference for the welding, fabricating, metal forming and finishing industry in Canada. The event is organized in partnership between the CWB Group and dmg::events.
Entering its eighth year in 2017, the world-class CanWeld Conference and trade show will feature live working equipment and technology, and unparalleled industry networking for decision‐makers ready to do business.
Located in Edmonton in 2016, the energy manufacturing heartland of Alberta, CanWeld served the vital elements of the oil & gas, agriculture, mining and general manufacturing supply chain through multiple tiers.
A national event in scope, CanWeld 2017 moves to Place Bonaventure in Montreal, QC on September 13 & 14, 2017.
dmg :: events is the name behind many of the largest energy events in the world such as Global Petroleum Show (Calgary, Canada); ADIPEC (Abu Dhabie, UAE); International Pipeline Exposition (Calgary, Canada); Heavy Oil Latin America Conference & Exhibition (Mexico); Oil Sands Trade Show & Conference (Fort McMurray, Canada); and GasTech (Japan). Headquartered in London, UK with offices in key locations including Calgary, Canada; Abu Dhabi, UAE, Houston, Texas and Dallas, Texas, dmg events brings more than 100 years’ experience in organizing exhibitions and conferences around the world.
CWB (which includes the Canadian Welding Bureau and the Canadian Welding Association) was formed by the Canadian Standards Association (CSA) over 60 years ago. The purpose of the Welding Bureau is to administer Canada’s national welding standards, which are embedded in the national building code and other industry specific documents. Funded by industry, and acting on behalf of the Canadian public, the Welding Bureau plays an important role by certifying welding companies that create products for use within Canada as well as the welders and welding consumables used in their creation. Within the Structural and erecting industry it is mandatory that all companies be certified by the Welding Bureau however many non-welding companies choose to be voluntarily certified, as the Welding Bureau is the only organization that issues nationally recognized credentials.