ICUEE, the International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition, will have at least 900 exhibitors, 20% of which are new to the show.
The event will feature specialised exhibit pavilions for fleet management, safety and green utilities, China and Korean exhibit pavilions and the Lift Safety Zone from the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO).
A two-mile Test Drive Zone will highlight on-road equipment and technologies, and the indoor Demo Stage will feature interactive product demonstrations.
“ICUEE comes around only once every two years, and record exhibit space translates to more product innovations on the show floor, so don’t miss out,” said Tricia Mallett, show director, “We’ve got plenty of transportation to get attendees around all the lots, a streamlined layout and plenty of rest areas.”
Attendees can operate the equipment in job-like conditions and discuss product capabilities with company technical experts to compare and choose what best meets their project needs.
There is also a new show planner app which allows attendees to pre-plan their ICUEE visit. The mobile app will continuously sync to the show planner agenda. Attendees can also play the ICUEE mobile app game for a chance to win prizes in daily and grand-prize drawings.
The online exhibitor directory, with floor plans, is searchable by company name, type of product or market area, booth number and location on the show floor.
Time International will launch a transit van mount on its stand - find out more details about the VANTEL-29-NE at the exhibition, wich represents a transit van debut at ICUEE. Plus Time will have its Phoenix 180I truck mount for the first time at ICUEE, as it just missed the last edition of the show in 2015.
Altec’s stand at ICUEE 2015.
Expect to see all the other usual big names at the show too, for example: Altec, Anderson Hydra Platforms, Bronto Skylift, Elliott Equipment, JCB, Manitex, Palfinger, Scott Powerline and Terex, to name a few.
Xtreme Manufacturing will be there, and has confirmed its stand products ahead of the show. It will display a 30000 pound capacity XR3034 telehandler. With a maximum lift height of 34 ft (10.36m) and a 17 ft 6 inch (5.36m) forward reach, the XR3034 is an ultra-high capacity roller boom that can handle some of the largest loads on construction jobsites.
Sister company Snorkel will be displaying two machines: the S3219E electric scissor lift and the A46JRT articulating boom lift. The Snorkel S3219 electric scissor lift sets a new standard within the industry with a working height of 25 ft (7.79m) and a lift capacity of 550 pounds (250kg). The utility specification Snorkel A46JRT rough terrain lift was built with a Kubota V1505 diesel engine, a 2kW AC generator, two grounding loops, and a 5ft (1.5m) aluminium platform.