The renamed ICUEE event for those in the utility equipment industry is slated for September 28-30 at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville.
The Utility Expo (formerly known as ICUEE), will open its doors at the Kentucky Exposition Center on September 28-30 with attendance currently being 20% higher than the event in 2019. The event will feature a new outdoor show layout, designed to allow for more product introductions and demonstrations than ever before.
The event has more than 900 confirmed exhibitors for 2021, and it is physically the biggest show ever, at 1.4 million square feet.
The demolition of Old Cardinal Stadium from the Kentucky Exposition Center grounds allow The Utility Expo to use that newly paved lot for exhibits, serving as a massive contiguous exhibit area connecting the indoor exhibits in North Hall and the traditional digging space in Lot K. The new layout also provides for the opportunity to group similar product types, making it easier to navigate and find the equipment at the show. Ultimately, this reimagined and optimized exhibit space will lead to better show traffic flow and make the move-in process easier for all show exhibitors.
According to John Rozum, Show Director, The Utility Expo, the event remains what it’s always been: the premier event for industry professionals to see, touch, hear and learn about the latest tools and cutting-edge technology impacting their jobs.
The Utility Expo show floor has expanded to nearly 1.32 million square feet and will welcome more than 900 of the top manufacturers and service providers in the industry, including several key manufacturers in the fluid power space. See exhibitor list below for details on current hydraulics and pneumatics exhibitors. The Utility Expo, known for attendees ability to test drive equipment, attracts professionals from all utility sectors.
|ASA Hydraulik of America||A1232|
|Atlas Copco Power Technique||E913|
|Bailey International LLC||A1056|
|Bondioli & Pavesi Inc||B1034|
|Bucher Hydraulics, Inc.||A1430|
|Dinamic Oil North America||N2132|
|Dixon Quick Coupling||B1834|
|Dynamic Fluid Components, Inc.||A1329|
|Dynatect Manufacturing, Inc.||A1555|
|FORCE America, Inc.||B1360|
|GS Global Resources, Inc.||A1556|
|Hannay Reels Inc||B1216|
|HED (Hydro Electronic Devices) Inc||A1425|
|HYDAC Technology Corporation/Schroeder Industries||A1523|
|IC-Fluid Power, Inc.||B1221|
|MP Filtri USA Inc||B1943|
|Muncie Power Products||B1522|
|NBB Controls Inc||N1818|
|Next Hydraulics S.R.L.||E1354|
|North American Hydraulics, NAHI LLC||B1028|
|Parker Hannifin Corporation||A1830|
|Polygon Composites Technology||A1243|
|Reelcraft Industries Inc||N2641|
|Sun Hydraulics, LLC||A1504|
|Sure Grip Controls Inc||A1056|
|Texas Hydraulics Inc||A1704|
|The Lee Company||B2013|
|Thomas Magnete USA LLC||A1431|
|Vanair Manufacturing Inc||E1013|
|VIS HYDRAULICS SRL||B1732|
|WIKA Mobile Control||N1232|
Field classrooms walk the show floor and share best practices on equipment utilization and identifying key features that may bring value to your business. Each class earns 1.5 professional development hours. Several topics are relevant to users and designers of fluid power systems Equipment Hydraulics, where users will learn how to understand the variety of hydraulic systems and the best applications for each, how to evaluate your company’s needs to select the right hydraulic system and gain key insights on a comprehensive maintenance program and the best oil type for your workflow. Other sessions include fleet management, safety, and more. Each 90-minute field classroom is $129 with the purchase of any badge.
The event also includes 50 on-demand training options that are available throughout the year starting October 1. Visit TheUtilityExpo.com for more details and to register.