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Utility Expo breaks attendance record

By Adam Freill   

Construction Equipment

More than 21,000 Utility construction professionals attended this year’s show in Kentucky.

Case’s outdoor exhibit at this year’s Utility Expo. (Photo courtesy of The Utility Expo)

More than 21,000 construction professionals around the globe, including Canada, converged at the Kentucky Exposition Center for the 2023 edition of The Utility Expo, setting a new attendance record in the process.

The event offered attendees firsthand experience on the latest equipment and cutting-edge technologies for the utility construction sector, as outdoor show space provided room for interactive product demonstrations from some of the more than 900 exhibitors.

“From every perspective, this year’s Utility Expo surpassed all expectations, offering an abundance of sights and experiences for attendees,” said show director John Rozum.

The exposition also featured educational sessions and workshops aimed at equipping attendees with training and certifications to elevate their skillsets and career prospects.


“Our education offerings at the show range from peer-to-peer demos to professional instruction to free drop-in sessions,” said Rozum. “Whether you prefer to learn in the classroom or in the driver’s seat, The Utility Expo has you covered.”

“By all measures, this was an outstanding Utility Expo with more to see and experience than ever before,” said Jim Glazer, The Utility Expo show chair, and president of Elliott Equipment Company. “The Utility Expo is always a tremendous opportunity to make lasting industry connections and take advantage of education that helps participants continue to grow and stay competitive. At Eliott Equipment Company, we look forward to this important event for our industry where we can show off our equipment and products we offer the industry.”

The next Utility Expo will be held at the Louisville and the Kentucky Exposition Center from October 7 to 9, 2025.




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