Make Your Plans to Attend and Exhibit at 2021 Motion + Power Technology Expo

2021 Motion + Power Technology Expo
September 14 – 16, 2021
St. Louis, Missouri

The Motion + Power Technology (MPT) Expo, produced by the American Gear Manufacturers Association and sponsored by the NFPA, connects the top manufacturers, suppliers, buyers and experts in the mechanical and gear power, electric power and fluid power industries. This year’s event is planned to be held in-person and will adhere to COVID-19 safety precautions such as hygiene, sanitation and social distancing. NFPA member companies are encouraged to take advantage of the NFPA member discount to exhibit at the show. Exhibiting at this year’s show is a great opportunity to reach savvy and educated customers who are curious about exploring new options.

This unique trade show features:

  • 300+ exhibitors from across all power transmission technologies: gear, electric and fluid power
  • Large attendee turnout expected from hosting the event in a central U.S. location
  • Anticipated eased restrictions on travel and gatherings by date of the event

Hundreds of companies have already signed up for exhibit space on the show floor, which still has room for your business. NFPA members receive contracted exhibit space at twenty-four dollars ($24.00) per square foot.

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