240 concurrent sessions presented by the best minds in the industry, focused on 20 subject areas from construction to transportation, and everything in between. Te expo will also host over 600 companies presenting cutting-edge products, technology, and techniques for occupational safety.


AISTech 2018 May 7-10 Pennsylvania Convention Center Philadelphia, PA

ABOUT: AISTech 2018—Steel’s Premier Technology Event—will feature technologies from all over the world that help steel producers to compete more effectively in today’s global market.

ATTENDEES: AISTech is a can’t-miss event for anyone involved at any level of today’s steel marketplace, providing perspective on the technology and engineering expertise necessary to power a sustainable steel industry.

HIGHLIGHTS: AIST Conference programs are developed by technology committee members representing iron and steel producers, their allied suppliers, and related academia. Committees focus on ironmaking, steelmaking, finishing processes, and various engineering and equipment technologies.

AIST Crane Symposium June 10-12 The Omni William Penn Pittsburgh, PA

ABOUT: Tis two-day program will include presentations focused on safe work practices and ergonomics, electrical, mechanical, and structural maintenance techniques, as well as crane inspection technologies and best practices in electric overhead traveling (EOT) crane modernizations.

ATTENDEES: Plant maintenance staff; applications, electrical, mechanical, safety, service, and design engineers; operations and maintenance personnel and management; and those people who supply parts, equipment, and services to the industry—including anyone who has responsibility for cranes and crane service and is interested in improvements and incidents in this area.

HIGHLIGHTS: Te Symposium will deliver practical information and experiences from crane maintenance personnel, crane manufacturers, equipment manufacturers, and engineering consultants who strive to make EOT cranes and their runways the safest, most reliable, durable machinery and equipment in the industry.

World of Concrete January 22-26 – Coming up soon! Las Vegas Convention Center Las Vegas, NV

ABOUT: Te largest annual international event dedicated to concrete and masonry professionals.

ATTENDEES: Attendees across all sectors of the concrete and masonry industry will enjoy both 90-minute and three- hour seminar sessions—more than 150 skill-building seminars with top industry experts.

HIGHLIGHTS: World of Concrete boasts more than 1,500 exhibiting companies and 55,000 registered industry professionals in more than 725,000 net square feet of exhibit space.

FABTech Canada June 12-14 Toronto Congress Center (South Building) Toronto, Ontario, Canada

ABOUT: Attendees will meet with world-class suppliers, see the latest industry products and developments, and find the tools to improve productivity, increase profits, and discover new solutions for all of their metal forming, fabricating, welding, and finishing needs.

ATTENDEES: Absolutely anyone in the fabricating, metal forming, welding, finishing, or associated industries—from shop owners to plant/production managers to distributors to engineers, and everyone in between.

HIGHLIGHTS: Tree days at FABTech Canada puts you face to face with more companies, people, technologies, industries, and equipment than you could review in months on your own.

FABTECH USA November 6-8 Georgia World Congress Center Atlanta, GA

ABOUT: North America’s largest metal forming, fabricating, welding and finishing event—where the industry comes together to see what’s now, what’s new, and what’s next. It’s where connections are made and where deals get done.

ATTENDEES: More than 30,000 attendees and over 1,200 exhibiting companies are expected to gather to celebrate metal manufacturing at its best. Attendees enjoy educational sessions and presentations covering the latest trends and technology in the metal forming, fabricating, welding, and finishing industries.<




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