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perspectives on the role of hydropower, explores issues affecting hydro resources, and helps participants develop a vision to meet challenges and ensure the future sustainability of hydro.

ATTENDEES: More than 3,000 attendees and 320 exhibitors from over 50 countries.

HIGHLIGHTS: Te multi-track conference sessions cover everything from asset- management to ocean tidal and stream energy, as well as civil works, dam safety, operations, and maintenance. Get ready to socialize and network at a variety of receptions, luncheons, and coffee talks.

Breakbulk Americas October 17-19 • Houston, TX

ABOUT: Breakbulk Americas brings top-tier shippers together with breakbulk and project cargo service providers. In addition to the Americas events, Breakbulk runs six events each year across various regions of the world. Breakbulk Americas is the venue to connect with executives from leading EPCs and other large-scale shippers who are moving cargoes throughout the Americas, and at large.

ATTENDEES: Specialized ocean carriers, freight forwarders, and ports/terminals logistics providers. Road, rail, barge, and air transportation. Export packers, equipment companies, and more.

HIGHLIGHTS: Breakbulk Americas’s targeted programming will help you develop skills and strategies to do your job more effectively, and foster industry connections that count. Targeted exhibition, sponsorship, and advertising opportunities are available.

National Industrial Fastener & Mill Supply Expo October 17-19 • Las Vegas, NV

ABOUT: As the largest B2B of industrial fasteners, specialty tooling, and machinery in North America, this expo brings together manufacturers and distributors to network and find new products. Leave with actionable solutions you can immediately implement into your daily business.

ATTENDEES: Over 2,000 attendees from more than 30 countries, including large and small distributors, master distributors,


independent sales reps with fastener manufacturers, as well as tooling and machinery manufacturers.

HIGHLIGHTS: A two-and-a-half-day conference track that includes a full day of educational sessions and various free, 30-minutes sessions to take place on the show floor during the exhibit dates. Hear from industry experts on trends, maximizing sales, sustaining growth, selling, inspections, and the next wave of young professionals.

MHI Annual Conference October 1–4 • Boca Raton, FL

ABOUT: MHI is the nation’s largest material handling, logistics, and supply chain association. MHI offers resources to the industry through annual programming and events. Program details for the 2017 Annual Conference had not yet been released at time of printing. Check the website for program updates and announcements.

ATTENDEES: Leading providers in several key equipment and system solution categories.

HIGHLIGHTS: Learn from the industry’s top solution providers and benefit from educational, business development, networking, and solution-sourcing opportunities.

International Construction & Utility Equipment Exposition October 3-5 • Louisville, KY

ABOUT: Te International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition (ICUEE), also known as Te Demo Expo, is THE premier event for utility professionals and construction contractors to gain comprehensive insight into the latest technologies, innovations, insights, and trends affecting their industry.

ATTENDEES: ICUEE attendees are comprised of professionals from electric, sewer/water, gas, telecom/cable utilities, and more.

HIGHLIGHTS: Covering more than 25 acres of indoor and outdoor exhibits and demos, ICUEE features hands-on demonstrations, the newest products/equipment and innovations, cutting-edge education sessions, and networking opportunities with thousands of industry peers.


PLAN AHEAD: DETAILS TO COME Te following events and details have not yet been announced, but it’s not too soon to plan ahead.

LiftEx 2017 Expected 4th Quarter (exact dates TBD) • Location: TBD

ABOUT: Te LiftEx 2016 conference broke new ground when, for the first time in the exhibition’s history, the expo took place in Scotland—Europe’s energy capital. Plans and dates for next year’s expo have not yet been released. Check back with website for updated information as it becomes available.

ATTENDEES: For the lifting industry, LiftEx is action packed—between its well- attended exhibition, industry conference, and innovation Fast-Pitch. Te show brings in over 1,500 dedicated industry pros and end-users from a variety of vertical markets, including oil & gas, energy, road and maritime transport, construction, utilities, and manufacturing.

HIGHLIGHTS: Te Innovation Fast Pitch and exhibitions remain highlights. Sponsorship and exhibition opportunities will become available, and requests will be dealt with on a first-come, first-served basis.

International Workboat Show Expected 4th Quarter (Exact dates TBD) Location: TBD

ABOUT: Te International Workboat Show serves businesses working on every kind of water: coastal, inland, and offshore. Te show is considered the largest commercial marine trade show in North America, and has 1,000 companies exhibiting products and services for commercial vessels and the companies that build, service, and operate them.

ATTENDEES: Owners and operators of all manner of offshore, coastal, and workboats, including tugs, towboats, barges, ferries, patrol, police and fire boats, research vessels, and more.

HIGHLIGHTS: Tis event enables attendees to meet personally with thousands of colleagues and suppliers, and to research new products, technologies, and ideas that will help advance their business. y

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