We would like to thank all of our sponsors, exhibitors, volunteers, and attendees for making APNA Truck Show 2017 a huge success. See you in two years!

JUNE 14 - 16, 2019

Tradex Centre, Abbotsford.

APNA Truck Show 2017 sets new records

The 2017 APNA Truck Show continued the trend of being the largest truck show in Western Canada by setting new records. Everyone expected a great show and after two days, those expectations were met and exceeded.
The management team of the APNA Truck Show is proud to report that the 2017 show was a great success, breaking all previous records. The first day started as a soggy one, but the afternoon brought sun and smiles. Crowds gathered, exhibitor booths were full, and when visitors left, there were smiles all around. This year, the biennial show, which took place at Tradex in Abbotsford, BC on June 10-11, set an all-time attendance records, with over 11,500 registered attendees and over 3,000 attendees who were let in due to the huge lines. Huge lines tend to be a common place at the APNA Truck Show, both inside and outside of the show. With almost 15,000 attendees, this year’s show surpassed the previous record set in 2015. In addition, exhibitor presence increased by 50%, again solidifying APNA’s popularity in Western Canada.
Since 2010, the APNA Truck Show become to be known as the most anticipated truck show in Western Canada, with exhibitors and attendees coming from as far away as California and Toronto. This year, in conjunction with SafetyDriven, a Speaker Series was added, which included talks by retired CFL All-Star Shae Emery and dietician/media personality Diana Steele, as well as a COR Panel discussion, facilitated by Jag Dhatt and featured Earl Galavan, Colette Mondin, Brad Wilson, and Laurel O’Donnell.

Last year, the APNA Truck Show gave away a custom-built Harley Davidson motorcycle valued at over $17, 000. This year, in association with Kingpin Trailers and Hyundai Translead, APNA Truck Show was proud to give away a 53-feet dry van trailer, valued at over $40, 000. The trailer was won by Hardev Bajwa, who incidentally also bought another flatbed trailer at the show. Said Wesley Schneider, CEO of Kingpin Trailers, “We are very happy with the show this year and that we worked closely with the APNA team to make this trailer give-away possible. With all proceeds going to the Children’s Wish Foundation, it’s a win-win for everybody involved.” When asked if Kingpin Trailers and Hyundai Translead would do something again for the next APNA Show, Schneider answered, “You BET!”
After a very busy Saturday, guests looked forward to the Cocktail Party and VIP Dinner Event. These two events gave industry professionals a chance to mingle in a social setting, where they enjoyed great food and beverages. As in previous years, the VIP Dinner Event is also the venue where funds are raised for a worthy cause. In 2015, the VIP Dinner Night raised over $23, 000 – this year, this year, we are pleased to announce that a record-setting $47, 500 was raised for the BC/Yukon Chapter of the Children’s Wish Foundation. Christine Sorensen, who co-hosted the event with Jag Dhatt, was amazed by the generosity of those in the trucking industry, saying, “I cannot believe how giving the industry is. I certainly look forward to the next show.”


The Job Fair, one of the key components of APNA Truck Show 2019, is expected to be even bigger than in the past.Trucking companies filling their driver needs. Not only did recruiters have the opportunity to meet with and even interview potential drivers, drivers also had the opportunity to explore requirements and benefits of various companies.


The Show & Shine will again be a major highlight, where visitors will have a chance to polish, buff, and showcase their special vehicles, ranging from customized rigs to classic cars and motorcycles.Visitors will vote for their favorites. If you’re a truck, auto, or motorcycle enthusiast, register your vehicle for a chance to win a number of prizes.


Apna Truck Show 2019 will once again feature non-stop entertainment during the event. While gathering information on products and services, take time out to enjoy dancing, singing, and other forms of entertainment, both of ethnic and western styles. This is one venue where work can definitely be mixed with fun and excitement.


Also, the VIP Dinner will not just be a great event for its food, but will also provide participants an opportunity to mingle with others in the trucking industry. Share contact information, get more information on products and services, or just sit back, relax and talk about any topic.
As always, CBS Parts enjoyed the event immensely! The sheer number of people that visited our booth really cemented our belief that this is the show to exhibit at. We believe in this so much that we’d love to upgrade our sponsorship at the next show to Title Sponsor.

Jessica Murray

CBS Parts Ltd.

We thought this was a great show. The organization was good, the traffic/attendance was amazing.

Tina McBride

CIT Canada

We were very happy with the attendance and the amount of actual trucking people who attended.  Many good leads were generated and there was nothing but positive comments about the show.

Ray Cotton

Inland Kenworth

It was great to see the interest in attending the show but you really do need to pre-sell tickets, open more booths or do something to facilitate moving the people in faster.

Ken Tanner

SAF-HOLLAND Canada Limited


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