Upcoming Trade Shows: Exciting, Invaluable Opportunities

American manufacturing: with renewed optimism and numbers not seen in many years, all of the talk around the industry involves words like “reshoring,” “recovery,” and “renaissance.” It’s generating excitement and hope for manufacturers across the country.

Of course this is no accident. It’s the result of true innovation and advancement in the industry, an industry born out of these principles, and recovering because of them. We believe in the innovation that’s pushing manufacturing forward, and as an American manufacturer, we believe in staying one step ahead of it, and always aware of what’s going on.

This is one of the many reasons why we believe in the importance of attending trade shows. Not only are they a great way to interact and connect with peers and customers while showcasing our products, but they are invaluable for learning and growing. That said, we are excited about two upcoming trade shows: CONEXPO-CON/AGG and the 2014 SME Annual Meeting & Exhibit.

SME’s exciting annual meeting takes place February 23-26 in Salt Lake City. Over 5,500 attendees, more than 800 booths, 90 technical sessions and 675 professional papers combine to make for one of the most informative, in-depth, and rewarding events in mining. You’ll find Miner Elastomer at booth# 2740, presenting our products and eagerly greeting old and new friends.

CONEXPO-CON/AGG will take place March 4-8 in Las Vegas, and it will involve 2,400 exhibitors, over 125,000 attendees, and all of the latest and most advanced equipment and technology in the construction industry. There will be a wide range of educational seminars designed to dig deep (pun intended) into everything about the industry. We will proudly be exhibiting at booth # 62910 in the South Hall, and we hope to see you there!

We are committed to staying on top of everything related to us and our clients, and always look forward to conferences that help us do that. We look forward to these upcoming events, and to seeing many of you there.

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