The Utility Expo 2023: Industry Giants Among the 850+ Exhibitors Ready to Showcase in Louisville



MILWAUKEE – The Utility Expo, taking place in Louisville’s Kentucky Exposition Center from September 26-28, is set to showcase the latest equipment from over 850 exhibitors and is on track to become the largest and most impressive Utility Expo to date.

“The Utility Expo is the most important event for the utility and infrastructure construction industries,” said The Utility Expo Show Director John Rozum. “This year, the show will feature bigger exhibits from the top industry brands, a wider variety of equipment, and the latest utility and construction technology.”

Featured exhibitors include:

Attendees can anticipate a wide range of products, including:

“Whether this is your first Utility Expo or you’ve been to the show before, I can guarantee you will find something new at the show that you’ll want to incorporate into your business practices. There will be so much to see and learn, and we’re proud to bring this important industry back together again in Louisville in September.”

Utility infrastructure professionals can save thirty percent on their badge by using the code NEWS30 during the registration process until August 18.  

About The Utility Expo

The Utility Expo is the largest event for utility professionals and construction contractors seeking comprehensive insights into the latest industry technologies, innovations and trends. The biennial trade show, known for equipment test drives and interactive product demonstrations, takes place in Louisville, Ky. The next event will be September 26-28, 2023.

About the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM)

AEM is the North America-based international trade group representing off-road equipment manufacturers and suppliers with more than 1,000 companies and more than 200 product lines in the agriculture and construction-related industry sectors worldwide. The equipment manufacturing industry in the United States supports 2.3 million jobs and contributes roughly $316 billion to the economy every year.