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YCDC attends upcoming FabTech Trade Show with partners

Tuesday, October 03, 2017

North America’s largest metal forming, fabricating, welding and finishing event is a tradeshow and conference that sets the stage for new ideas, products and technology through interactive exhibits, educational programming and networking opportunities. The massive size of this tradeshow covers more than 550,000 net square feet, more than 35,000 attendees expected, with 1,500 exhibiting companies.

Black Hills Energy, Nebraska Public Power District and Lincoln Area Development Partnership sends economic development representatives from their service territory to the FabTech tradeshow in Chicago. 

Lisa Hurley, CEcD, Executive Director of York County Development Corporation will be joining these partners at the FabTech Tradeshow November 6th to 9th to market sites in the County.  She will be partnering on the NPPD and the Black Hills booths, meeting wtih companies, and learning new technology. This tradeshow is also one that metal fabricators from York County attend.  If you plan on going this year, please contact Lisa in advance at 402-362-3333 or

Category: Business Opportunity, Technology, Recruitment

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