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ICUEE 2009 Adds Industrial Components, Technology Conference

Fri December 05, 2008 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

The 2009 International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition (ICUEE) announced the co-location of an educational conference and exhibits pavilion targeting components for the industrial vehicle and mobile equipment markets.

The 2009 Industrial Utility Vehicle (IUV) and Mobile Equipment Technology Conference will be held during the run of ICUEE 2009, with both events at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Ky. ICUEE will be held Oct. 6 to 8 and the IUV Technology Conference will be held Oct. 7 to 8.

The IUV education sessions will be open to all ICUEE attendees. The conference is geared toward product design, engineering, technical and management professionals. It provides a venue to explore new product capabilities, performance improvements and applications in lift trucks, material handling equipment and facility service/site/special purpose vehicles. The IUV exhibits pavilion will feature this type of equipment and be located on the ICUEE show floor.

The IUV co-location brings an added dimension to ICUEE and provides attendees of both events with additional exhibits, education and networking opportunities, noted ICUEE Show Manager Melissa Magestro.

“IUV has been an ICUEE supporter and we are pleased with their decision to co-locate their conference in 2009 and sponsor an exhibits pavilion. This new level of cooperation enhances the value of both our events for the benefit of all industry participants,” stated Magestro.

“We’ve held this conference successfully for the last decade, and in looking at other industry events, we believe there is a good fit between both our audiences, and we expect excellent growth potential with the co-location,” stated Peter Armour, president and publisher of Long Pond Publishing.

For more information, call 800-867-6060 or visit

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