Important IFPE Deadline Approaching

IFPE 2017 logoCo-located with CONEXPO/CON-AGG and held every 3 years, IFPE is the leading international exposition and technical conference dedicated to the integration of fluid power with other technologies for power transmission and motion control applications. No other show brings this many sectors of the fluid power, power transmission and motion control industries together in one place.

And, your membership in NFPA affords you significant benefits not only on the cost of your company’s exhibit, but also for priority space assignments.  If you are planning to exhibit at IFPE 2017, you will want to be sure to submit your application and deposit at this time.  The priority deadline is August 1, and that date is critical for optimum location if IFPE 2017 is in your plans!

All applications received after August 1 will be assigned, pending availability of space, AFTER all priority exhibitors have been placed.   For the 2014 show, the show was at capacity with a lengthy waiting list.

The application can be found here, and more show details can be found at  Contact Jessica Peterson, Account Executive, Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM), at  414.298.4160, with any questions.

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