The International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition (ICUEE) 2013 will feature a new Utility Contractor exhibit pavilion, offering attendees a broader array of exhibiting companies and products to check out. The Utility Contractor exhibit pavilion allows contractors to showcase their services and expertise to the utility audience; it’s in response to contractor attendees who buy equipment but also see the show as an ideal way to connect with their own customers.
ICUEE will be held Oct. 1-3, 2013 at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Ky.
“It’s a full-circle approach to reaching customers and brings an added dimension of opportunity for both buyers and sellers,” said Show Director Sara Truesdale Mooney.
Returning to the ICUEE show floor are a Fleet Management exhibit pavilion, organized by the Association of Equipment Management Professionals, and a Sustainable Energy exhibit pavilion, as well as the Safety Zone exhibit area.
The pavilion concept makes it easier for attendees to find what they need, and exhibitors benefit from the targeted exposure.
ICUEE is held every two years and covers more than one million net square feet of exhibits of the latest equipment, technologies, products and services related to utility construction and rehabilitation. It is known for extensive hands-on equipment demonstrations in job-like conditions. The show serves an audience of utility professionals and utility construction contractors in the electric, telecommunications, cable, water, wastewater, and natural gas sectors.