5 Reasons You Must Attend Crane Engineering Tech Expo

Author: Jake Spence | February 9, 2016 | Category: Tech Expo

If you're looking for an easy (and enjoyable) way to get your continuing education credits, or just looking to beef up your knowledge of fluid processing technology, the Crane Engineering Tech Expo is a can't miss. 

Crane Engineering Tech Expo has been a bi-annual tradition for our customers for over 30 years. Our 2015 show was a huge success, so we thought we'd put on another in 2016, but this time, we'll do it in Milwaukee.

  1. Miller Park


For the first time ever, we are bringing Tech Expo to Milwaukee!  Home of the Milwaukee Brewers, Miller Park is the perfect venue for any diehard Wisconsinite. Be sure to stop by Goulds Water Technology’s exhibit in the Gehl Club luxury suite to get a breathtaking view of the field.

  1. IT'S FREE

That’s right, there is no cost to attend Tech Expo! The educational sessions and admission to the exhibit hall are all free of charge. A tailgate lunch will also be provided courtesy of Goulds Pumps

  1. Autographed Footballs


Not just one, but two Green Bay players! Stick around and have a beer with Jeff Janis and Jared Abberderis, at 3:00 PM.

After the presentations, get some autographs! Mini footballs will be available at Pulsafeeder, Viking, and Warren Rupp booths. Be sure to grab one and get it signed!


You can earn up to 5 DNR education credits and/or 5 Professional Development credits at Tech Expo. Our industry experts will be hosting a variety of educational sessions throughout the day. Sessions range from beginner to advanced, and cover a broad range of topics, such as food process safety and wastewater treatment.

  1. Hands-on Demo


More than 30 globally recognized equipment manufacturers will be showcasing the latest fluid processing innovations. 


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Jake Spence

Jake Spence

Jake is a member of the blogging team at Crane Engineering. He likes to get out in the field and talk to customers about how they've overcome challenges in their facilities, then write case studies to share with others who may face the same challenges.

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