FORT ATKINSON, Wis.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--National Pavement Expo (NPE) returns to Nashville Jan. 23-26, 2013, to help professionals in the paving and paving maintenance industry build more profit into pavement. For details and to register, visit www.NationalPavementExpo.com.
“We’ve enhanced our conference sessions and expanded our exhibit hall to include many of the top manufacturers that serve the pavement industry,” stated Amy Schwandt, show manager and publisher of the expo’s sponsoring trade magazines, Asphalt Contractor and Pavement Maintenance & Reconstruction. The expo also is sponsored by ForConstructionPros.com, the construction industry’s leading resource for news, project leads and buyers guide.
Key improvements for the 2013 show include:
- Broader program for training paving crews
- 40 new or updated conference sessions
- 53 total conference sessions that address management issues, cracksealing, paving/repair, sealcoating, striping and sweeping
- Expanded Exhibit Hall with more than 100 exhibitors, including BOMAG, Carlson Paving, Caterpillar, Crafco, Leeboy, Weiler, Wirtgen America and many more
“With four days of training and three days to visit the Exhibit Hall, National Pavement Expo provides a great opportunity for paving contractors to improve the skill level of their crews, their management skills, and the quality of their paving jobs,” said Allan Heydorn, NPE conference manager and editor of Pavement Maintenance & Reconstruction.
National Pavement Expo is produced by Cygnus Business Media. As one of America’s top business-to-business media companies, Cygnus reaches millions of professionals annually and leads the way in providing targeted content to top decision-makers and organizations. The company’s corporate initiatives and organizational architecture are built with one goal: fully engaging audiences in aviation, building & construction, public safety & security, and agriculture vertical markets, as well as diversified industries such as transportation, printing, accounting, and vending, and other markets.