Exhibit Space Contract Now Available. Claim Your Space Today!
Become one of the first to take advantage of the NFPA member discount to exhibit at the new Motion + Power Technology Expo (MPT Expo). This unique trade show and conference will have:
- 3 days of education sessions, networking, and a full exhibit hall
- 4,000 attendees across the fluid power, mechanical power transmission, and electrical drive industries
- 80,000 net square feet of space
- 300+ exhibitors from across the supply chain
Hundreds of companies have already signed up for exhibit space on the show floor, including industry leaders like Yates Cylinders, Fluidyne Fluid Power Corporation, TTP-API Heat Transfer, Timken Power Systems, Meritor, EMAG LLC, Gleason Corporation, Klingelnberg, Kapp Group, Mitsubishi Heavy Industry America, and others.
NFPA members receive contracted exhibit space at twenty-four dollars ($24.00) per square foot. Send in your contract today to reserve your space!
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