ICUEE Hits Exhibit Space Record

By Mike Brezonick18 July 2017

Strong exhibitor support has pushed ICUEE, The Demo Expo, to record size with 28 acres of utility and construction equipment, products and technologies from more than 900 exhibitors, more than 20% of which are new to the show, according to the Association Of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM), the show organizers.

ICUEE, the International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition, is set for October 3-5 at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Ken. The event focuses on the business and professional needs of utilities and utility contractors in the electric, telecommunications/cable, natural gas, water and wastewater sectors.

ICUEE 2017 will include specialized exhibit pavilions for fleet management, safety and green utilities, China and Korean exhibit pavilions and the Lift Safety Zone from the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO).

A two-mile Test Drive Zone will highlight on-road equipment and technologies, while the indoor Demo Stage incorporates interactive product demonstrations to complement in-booth product demos.

Attendees can operate the equipment in job-like conditions and discuss product capabilities with company technical experts to compare and choose what best meets their project needs. Targeted industry education and quality networking events round out the show experience.

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