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ET '20 Launches an Interactive Exhibitor Floor Plan

Tuesday, June 4, 2019  
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The ET Foundation and the Aluminum Extruders Council (AEC) have released an interactive floor plan featuring the exhibitors of the Twelfth International Aluminum Extrusion Technology Seminar and Exposition (ET ’20), scheduled for May 19-21, 2020 at the Hyatt Regency Orlando in Orlando, Florida, USA.

Companies interested in exhibiting at ET Expo in 2020 can use the interactive floor plan to locate and reserve an unoccupied booth space that suits their exhibiting needs. Each location on the map identifies booth types, which spaces are available, reserved, or sold in real-time. Prospective exhibitors can submit payment through the online Expo map to secure their booth space reservation easily and securely.

The ET Expo encompasses nearly 20,000 square-feet of exhibit space, providing attendees and exhibitors the opportunities to network and discover what works, what is new and what is changing within the aluminum extrusion industry. Compared to other aluminum industry events, ET attracts a more focused and better-qualified audience of aluminum extrusion professionals and decision makers from around the world. “Personal contact with technically knowledgeable exhibitors is what buyers are expecting at ET ’20,” said ET Chairman Craig Werner, VP of Extrusion Technology for Kaiser Aluminum. “The ET Expo is usually a sell-out. It is the biggest and the best exhibition specifically geared toward the world’s aluminum extrusion industry. ET ’20 promises to be special as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the ET Seminar series.”

Exhibit space is limited with nearly half of the ET Expo floor under contract to date. Read more...