October 3-5, 2017 • Louisville, Kentucky
The International Construction & Utility Equipment Exposition (ICUEE), also known as The Demo Expo, is a premier event for utility professionals and construction contractors to gain comprehensive insight into the latest technologies, innovations, and trends affecting their industry.
Strong exhibitor support has pushed the Expo to record size, with 28 acres of the latest utility and construction equipment, products, and technologies for attendees to explore, from more than 900 exhibitors (more than 20% new to the show). 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 feature specialized exhibit pavilions for fleet management, safety, and green utilities, as well as 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 highlights on-road equipment and technologies, and the indoor Demo Stage features interactive product demonstrations to complement extensive in-booth product demos. Attendees can operate 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 will round out the show experience.
“ICUEE comes around only once every two years, and record exhibit space translates to more product innovations on the show floor, so don’t miss out,” said show director, Tricia Mallett. “We’ve got plenty of transportation to get attendees around all the lots, a streamlined layout, and plenty of rest areas!”
More than 75 expert-led sessions will help utility and construction industry professionals from novice to veteran enhance their safety knowledge, increase efficiencies, and reduce downtime on the job.
Attendees at ICUEE 2017 will be able to see industry best practices illustrated firsthand with equipment on the show floor during new “field classroom” education sessions. These walk-around sessions will use the show floor instead of PowerPoint presentations to provide an overview on topics geared for those new to the industry. Ten 90-minute sessions will focus on aerial devices, fleet management, high-voltage transmission technology, horizontal directional drilling, and vacuum excavation.
Also new for 2017 is a “Discover ICUEE” behind-the-scenes walking tour (October 3 from 7:30-8:30 a.m.) just prior to show opening. Attendees will receive a comprehensive show overview to help them maximize their time onsite and make the most of their experience.
The indoor Demo Stage, presented by Benjamin Media Inc., expands the show’s popular outdoor equipment demonstration component. More than 20 fast-paced 20-minute exhibitor presentations will feature product innovations and best practices in action. No registration is required; just stop at the stage show floor (near entrance to South Wing B) during show hours from October 3-5.
The iP Utility Safety Conference will gather utility safety and/or operations professionals from across the country starting Monday, October 2, for three days of education and networking. Fleet managers, fleet maintenance teams, fleet operators, and aspiring fleet leaders will also gather starting Monday, October 2 for the Utility Fleet Conference—three days of insights on maximizing fleet efficiencies.
The ICUEE will also include industry certifications. The Certified Utility Safety Professional (CUSP) certification program offers safety credentials to utilities, related contractors, and communication providers. The National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO) will offer written and recertification exam administrations for those seeking to become CCO-certified or renew their certifications in most CCO programs (and check out the hands-on demonstrations of the practical exams at the NCCCO Lift Safety Zone returning to ICUEE).
“Education ramps up the value of ICUEE for attendees; they have convenient access to a variety of quality, industry-focused sessions to gain knowledge that improves their job performance and helps their companies succeed,” said Rick Rodier, ICUEE 2017 chair and vice president and general manager of the Sitework Systems Division of The Toro Company.
Visit the following fluid power-related exhibitors at ICUEE 2017
For a complete list of all exhibiting manufacturers and their booths, visit www.icuee.com.
Advertisers in the 2017 Tech Directory/ICUEE Show issue are in bold.
Altec Industries — L165, L365, L366, K129, L306
American Pneumatic Tools — 1934
Anderson Hydra Platforms Inc. — 4466
Argo — N3007
B&R Industrial Automation — 4965
Bailey International — 2725
Bezares USA Ltd. — 2563
Bondioli & Pavesi — 5106
Bucher Hydraulics — 2012
Burndy (A Hubbell Brand) — 3440
Caterpillar — K135
CEJN North America — 3008
Comer Industries — 5404
Coxreels — 4017
Cross Fluid Power — 4628
Columbus McKinnon Corp. — 1817
Cummins Inc. — 4940
Dalton Bearings & Hydraulics — 4353
Danfoss Power Solutions — 1440
Delta Pumps and Systems, Inc. — 4966
DewEze Manufacturing — 5317
Dinamic Oil North America — 4758
Ditch Witch — K155, K270
Dixon Quick Coupling — 5520
Dynamic Fluid Components/PVS Sensors, Inc. — 2907
EZ Trac — N1048
Fabco Power — 1820
FORCE America Inc. — 3251
GALTECH Canada — 4558
General Pump — 3028
General Truck Parts and Equipment — 4751
Greenlee — 2112
GS Global Resources — 2134
Harrison Hydra-Gen, LLC — 4927
HAWE Hydraulik — 2506
Hannay Reels Inc. — 2810
HBC-radiomatric Inc. — 2034
Hengli America Co. Inc. — 1925
Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas Inc. — K345
Hercules Sealing Products — 4835
HIPPO Multipower — N1011
Hirschmann Automation and Control — 2343
Holmbury Inc. — 2833
HYDAC Technology Corp. — 2434
Hydratek Inc. — N1021
Hydraulic Repair Specialists, LLC — 2464
Hydrocontrol Business Unit – Walvoil Fluid Power Corp. — 4558
Hydrolico US — 4759
International Fluid Power Society — 2802
JCB Inc. — K175
John Deere Construction & Forestry Division — K245
John Deere Power Systems — L176
Kubota Engine America Corp. — 4506
Magnetek — 1817
Miller Electric Manufacturing Co. — 2706
Milwaukee Tool — 2526
MP Filtri USA Inc — 1726
MSP Seals, Inc. — 4565
MTE Hydraulics, Inc. — 3228
Muncie Power Products — 4552
NBB Controls Inc. — 2808
North American Hydraulics (NAHI, LLC) — 2519
OEM Controls Inc. & OEM Data Delivery — 2240
OilQuick USA — N2203
Parker Hannifin Corp. — 3260
Permco Inc. — 4834
PQ Controls — 2959
Ramsey Winch — 4934
Reed Manufacturing Co. Inc. — 2317
Rhino Tool Company, Inc. — N2209
Robert Hydraulique Inc. — 1844
RR USA Inc. — 5240
Siemens — 2405
Stanley Infrastructure — 2552
Stucchi Inc. — 3255
Terex Inc. — L316
Texas Hydraulics, Inc. — N2004
The Hose Company — 1744
Thomas Magnete USA LLC — 1921
Vacuworx — K185
Vanair Manufacturing Inc. — L417
VIS Hydraulics — 2758
Walvoil Fluid Power Corp. — 4558
West Craft Manufacturing — 3844
WIKA Instrument LP — 4463
Young Powertech — 1826