Space Sales Open for IFPE 2023

IFPE 2023 logoIFPE 2023 is slated for March 14 -18, 2023 in Las Vegas, Nevada and will again serve as a platform for highlighting fluid power in front of potential customers. Space sales are officially open, and companies planning to exhibit can now fill out the online space application and submit their deposit.

Applications with deposits received by August 13, 2021 will be classified as priority exhibitors and will be among the first companies to be placed on the show floor in late November 2021. Applications received after August 13, 2021 or not accompanied by a deposit will be assigned a booth space after all priority exhibitors have been placed. NFPA members receive a significant discount on booth space.

To learn more or fill out your space application, visit IFPE.com. Questions can be directed to exhibitors@aem.org or 866-236-0442.

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