New Hydraulic, Gear and Electric Drive Show

By Mike Osenga28 September 2018

A new trade show, the Motion + Power Technology Expo (MPT Expo), formerly Gear Expo, has announced its inaugural event in October 2019. MPT Expo is a partnership between the National Fluid Power Association (NFPA) and the American Gear Manufacturers Association (AGMA). The event will take place at the Cobo Center in Detroit, MI, October 15-17, 2019.

The stated purpose of the new show is bring together a wide range of professionals within the mechanical power transmission, fluid power and electrical drive industries for three days of educational sessions, networking and an exhibition.

“MPT Expo will be a great addition to the schedule of must-exhibit trade shows for NFPA members,” said Eric Lanke, president/CEO of NFPA. “Given the multi-technology focus of the show, the attendee base is sure to include a broad diversity of both mobile and industrial customers.”

Both associations said they are dedicated to keeping a technically focused education program, including a wide-ranging series of seminars. Additional information about MPT Expo will be released over the next few months.

Companies have already signed up for exhibit space on the show floor, including EMAG LLC, Gleason Corporation, Klingelnberg, Kapp Group, Mitsubishi Heavy Industry America, and others. Click here for an interactive floor plan.  For additional information about exhibiting or details regarding the new show, please email Erica Halmstad at ehalmstad@nfpa.com.

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