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Over 850 leading companies will demo their newest products and services. See who's exhibiting.
Operate the newest equipment in job-like conditions. Over 230 innovations were showcased in 2013!
Get an up close look at all the newest products and services, including presentations at the indoor Exhibitor Demo Stage.
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ICUEE attracts utility professionals and construction contractors involved in the electric, telecom, water/wastewater and gas industries. The show features networking opportunities with 20,000+ peers and over 850 exhibiting companies.
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See who will demo their newest equipment and services at ICUEE 2015. Over 850 companies are expected to exhibit!
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The 2013 ICUEE, The Demo Expo, was by all measures an outstanding success and one of the largest and most comprehensive ever, with registered attendance of more than 17,500, surpassing the last show, held in 2011.
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