The Exhibit Manual will answer most of your questions regarding preparation for POWER-GEN International, including your company's participation, registration, housing, furnishings and services, and much more. If you have additional questions, please contact your Exhibitor Services Managers:
North & South America Exhibitor Services Managers:
Michael Donnell: firstname.lastname@example.org or +1 918-831-9707
International Exhibitor Services Manager:
Claudette Hultzer: email@example.com or +44 1992 656637
Schedule of Events
Official Event Vendors
Freeman Quick Facts
Add Important Dates Directly to Your Calendar HERE
Target Move-in Floorplan
Booth Rules & Regulations
Event Management Contacts
Exhitbitor Appointed Contractor (EAC) Form - Due Nov 2, 2018
Insurance Certificate Requirements - Due Nov 2, 2018
Company Listing Upgrade Options
What to Expect When Exhibiting
Register Your Booth Staff Online
Exhibitor Meeting Room Request Form
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Freeman is the general contractor for POWER-GEN International 2018. You will be able to order carpet, furniture, material handling, labor, or anything else you might need for your booth move-in, set-up, and move-out, through Freeman.
For a full list of Official Event Contractors and Vendors: CLICK HERE
Freeman Online Ordering
Method of Payment Form - Required if you are using Freeman services
Basic Booth Furnishing Packages - 10x10 or 10x20 available
Carpet Order Form
Electrical Info and Order Form
Furnishings Order Form
Audio Visual Order Form
Booth Cleaning Order Form
Exhibitors may deliver their own materials into the exhibit facilities: however, the use or rental of Freeman dollies, flat trucks, or other mechanical equipment is not permitted. Freeman will control access to the loading docks in order to provide for a safe and orderly move-in/move-out. Charges for Freeman's help are shown on the Material Handling Service and Rates Form. If Freeman must move your freight during overtime hours, then you will be charged the overtime fee in addition to the regular CWT charge.
Freeman Material Handling Order Form
Freeman Machinery Handling Order Form
Agility - International Shipping Information and Order Form
Marshalling Yard Map & Directions
Driver Check-In Requirements
Outbound Shipping Order Form
Advance Warehouse Shipping Labels - Must deliver by November 22, 2017
Advance Warehouse Hanging Sign Shipping Labels - Must deliver by November 22, 2017
Show Site Shipping Label - Cannot deliver before December 1, 2017
Freeman has an agreement with the Local IATSE Union to provide labor for display erection and dismantling. Full time employees of exhibiting companies, or their representatives, may set up their own displays without assistance from the Local. However, should assistance be necessary beyond that provided by those employees, then labor must be provided by the Union. Labor can be ordered in advance by using the Installation & Dismantle Labor Order Form.
Exhibitor Appointed Contractor (EAC) Form
Installation & Dismantle Labor Order Form
Electrical Labor Order Form
Forklift / Rigging Labor Order Form
Hanging Sign / Rigging Order Form
Orlando Labor Jurisdictions
Be sure to book your hotel through Preferred Convention Services (PCS) to take advantage of the complimentary shuttles to and from the convention center each day!
The only official housing company for POWER-GEN International is Preferred Convention Services. All other companies do not have any affiliation with POWER-GEN International. We highly caution you from engaging unauthorized companies because if/when issues arise, POWER-GEN International management does not have the ability to provide assistance in solving them.
The U.S. Department of Commerce's (USDOC) International Buyer Program (IBP) will offer complimentary programs to U.S. exhibitors. These allow exhibitors to meet one-on-one with IBP delegation leaders from more than 30+ overseas markets and connect with over 800 IBP delegates at POWER-GEN International.
Participation in these USDOC export programs are available only to U.S. companies whose products represent U.S. content of at least 51%.