The first half of 2010 will include some very important and interesting fluid power events and other larger showcases that will include fluid power. It starts in January with the AG Connect show in Orlando, January 13-15, 2010. This new trade show will bring together the very latest in equipment, technology, and ideas from all areas of agriculture production. It will include serveral fluid power displays.
In February, the National Fluid Power Association will hold its annual meeting in Laguna Beach, California on the 24th through the 27th. This forum is an opportunity for the exchange of ideas and information all concerning the fluid power industry.
We at Hydraulics & Pneumatics will hold our Fluid Power Conference & Expo in Cleveland on April 6-7, 2010. This seminar-based event offers attendees education on various aspects of fluid power systems. On May 3-6, 2010, the Fluid Power Conference & Expo will hold another session in conjunction with the Waste Expo show. On May 3-6, 2010, Waste Expo will offer attendees all of the latest technology on solid waste and recycling machinery. It will be held in Atlanta.
On the international scene, a huge display of fluid power technology will take place at Fluidtrans Compomac being held in Milan, Italy. The dates for this show are May 4-7. Another interesting event that is massive in size and inclusive of fluid power is Bauma which will be held in Munich, Germany on April 19-25.
Mark your calendars now because 2010 is full of great fluid power events. For more information turn to our magazine, Hydraulics & Pneumatics or our website www.hydraulicspneumatics.com.