Why You Need to be at Crane Engineering Tech Expo 2016!

Author: Jake Spence | May 3, 2016 | Category: Tech Expo

Spring is in the air! It’s getting warmer outside and the sun is starting to stay out longer. Instead of spending a weekday at work, why not spend it at Miller Park at the Crane Engineering Tech Expo? Here are 5 good reasons (besides the weather) to join the event.


    There is no other educational program that offers a better value. There are 15 technical sessions throughout the day, accredited for DNR operator credits, as well as professional development credits for Professional Engineers.

    The Crane Engineering’s Valve SuperSource will have hands-on troubleshooting demos, like the video below. Plus, ITT Goulds Pumps will have a working demo of the i-ALERT2 on a vibration table to show how it works.

  3. IT'S FREE!

    Crane Engineering Tech Expo is free for our customers. It's been that way for the last 30+ years.

    We’ve got some great door prizes up for grabs, including passes for Bernie’s Slide Experience, and awesome Packers gear to get signed at the end of the day.

    Let’s not forget our end-of-day presentation with Green Bay’s very own Jeff Janis and Jared Abbrederis! We’ll sit in the stadium and enjoy some refreshments while they talk about last year’s season, and what to expect for this year.

Our first Milwaukee Tech Expo is packed full of great educational opportunities that you won’t want to miss. It’s free to attend, and it only comes around every two years. Seats in many popular sessions are almost full, so sign up today to get a spot in the session you want!

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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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