Owned by the American Gear Manufacturers Association (AGMA), Gear Expo is a biennial event and the world’s only conference and expo designed exclusively for the gear industry.
For three days, gear buyers and manufacturers network and build relationships that benefit their respective companies. Attendees see firsthand the latest technology on the market and discuss trends in the industry with experts. Exhibitors have the opportunity to meet face-to-face with attendees and other exhibitors and will display more than 750,000 pounds of machinery on the show floor!
Thousands of professionals from around the United States, international manufacturing hubs, and emerging markets conduct profitable business transactions and collaborate on the innovations that make their operations more streamlined.
Why exhibit at Gear Expo? To get leads and sales!
Face-to-face is the best way to sell your product and with the thousands of gear manufacturers and buyers who attend Gear Expo, including CEOs, owners, presidents, engineers, marketing and sales managers, consultants and other executives, this is a perfect opportunity for you and your company to increase your profits.
Past exhibitors have given high marks on the superior quality of attendees that represent industries such as defense, automotive, aerospace, agriculture and construction.
Gear Expo has it all -
Visitors traveled from 38 states and 24 countries to meet with exhibitors to solve their gearing, problems, find new sources for materials, and increase their productivity and profitability.
Who Should Exhibit?
Gear Expo exhibitors represent the entire gear manufacturing process from raw materials to inspection.
In addition, gear and gearbox manufacturers exhibit to a wide variety of end user companies that attend Gear Expo.
Cutting Tools, Workholding and Related Products
Here are just a few of the many services Gear Expo exhibitors cover:
The American Gear Manufacturers Association is a voluntary association of companies, consultants, and academicians with a direct interest in the design, manufacture, and application of gears, couplings and related power transmission components and equipment.
This is a biennial event.
Co-located with Heat Treat.