PowerBully returned to Louisville, Kentucky (USA) for another exciting and ground-breaking ICUEE show! Our latest model PowerBully were on full display. With nearly 5,000 sq. ft. of exhibition space, customers and attendees alike were able to see first hand the high versatility of our rubber track product line. The weather was perfect all three days of the show.
Front and center was the new 15T with QuikMount. Digger derricks, cranes or man lifts can be upfitted faster with the QuikMount system.
The PowerBully 12RT with swivel dumper commanded attention. The 12RT is the only track dumper on the market that allows the operator to swivel the cockpit assembly to the rear for perfect viewing of the 180 degree swivel dumper. Attendees were eager to experience this feature hands-on for themselves. A second 12 RT outfitted with a loader crane and flatbed demonstrated its suitability for the preparation of building sites on difficult terrain. The side walls fold down to facilitate cargo access.
About ICUEE 2017
Attendees and exhibitors at ICUEE- the International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition agreed that the show exceeded their expectations with specialized exhibits, hands-on test drives, interactive product demonstrations and lots of activity and leads in the booths.
Commencing Oct. 3-5, the 2017 installment of the Demo Expo was the largest in the show's history with 28-plus acres of exhibits (nearly 1.24 million net square feet) of the latest utility and construction equipment, products and technologies and more than 1,000 exhibitors, of which 25 percent were new to the show.
Tracking close to the 2015 record-breaking attendance, nearly 18,000 registered attendees from all 50 states and more than 50 other countries worldwide perused the exhibits, raised money for the Red Cross Disaster Relief and the Call of Duty Endowment, and took advantage of all that the show had to offer. Attendee demographics in the utilities category was up 6 percent over 2015 and the utility construction category was up 3 percent over 2015 totals.