North America’s largest construction trade show — ConExpo — is one step closer to returning to Las Vegas.
Registration is now open for the co-located ConExpo-Con/Ag and IFPE 2020 trade shows. Together, the two expos are North America’s premiere events for the construction industries and the fluid power, power transmission and motion control industries.
“The show is shaping up to be one of the best ever; attendees and exhibitors will not be disappointed!” said Mary Erholtz, CONEXPO-CON/AGG chair and vice president marketing for Superior Industries “AEM and our show committees of industry leaders are working to deliver an outstanding event focused on the latest innovations, technologies and best practices to succeed in our changing world.”
Both ConExpo and IFPE have also already set exhibit space records and will feature industry-leading education programs.
Several show ticket options are available, and all tickets include a monorail pass. New for 2020 is the opportunity to mix and match education sessions between ConExpo and IFPE for one price. Both trade shows are held every three years.
Attendees will have up-close access to the leading manufacturers and suppliers, latest product innovations and knowledge resources.
For 2020, the shows include:
- The Tech Experience returns with two locations.
- The show campus has expanded with the new festival grounds for a total of 10 areas to explore.
- Show shuttles and shuttles will run during the event, plus information stands and staff will help attendees easily navigate the show campus.
- ConExpo and IFPE make it easy to prepare with an interactive online exhibitor directory and a show mobile app that will continuously synch to your online customizable show planner.
CONEXPO-CON/AGG is North America’s largest construction trade show representing asphalt, aggregates, concrete, earthmoving, lifting, mining, utilities and related industry segments.
IFPE, the International Fluid Power Exposition, is the leading North American exhibition bringing together the fluid power, power transmission and motion control industries.
As well, Caterpillar will hold the finals of its global heavy equipment operator challenge at the trade show.