AISTech 2017 Exposition
♦ Monday, 8 May • 9 a.m.–6 p.m. (Welcome Reception 5–6 p.m.)
♦ Tuesday, 9 May • 9:30 a.m.–6 p.m. (Reception from 5–6 p.m.)
♦ Wednesday, 10 May • Noon–4 p.m.
♦ The standard booth size is 10' by 10' (3.05 m x 3.05 m).
♦ Minimum: 100 sq. ft. (9.3 m2). Maximum: None.
♦ US$31.00 per square foot or US$3,100 for a standard 10' x 10' (3.05 m x 3.05 m) booth.
Booth cost includes
♦ Standard draperies.
♦ Side rails (36" [914 mm] high).
♦ Standard sign (44" x 9") [1,118 mm x 229 mm].
♦ 24-hour guard services.
♦ General lighting.
♦ Complimentary electronic guest passes for your clients.
♦ Company and booth description listed in our March Pre-Show issue and May Show Guide issue of Iron & Steel Technology.
♦ One complimentary AIST membership for 2017.
♦ One 50% discount on full conference registration(s) per 100 sq. ft. exhibit space.
♦ Complimentary admission to Town Hall Forum for all registered exhibit personnel.
Booth assignments will be based on the following factors (not in order of importance):
♦ Previous show participation.
♦ Size requested.
♦ Advertising with Iron & Steel Technology.
♦ Receipt date of application and deposit.
To confirm a booth reservation, a 50% deposit is required at time of application. Please ﬁll out the AISTech 2017 Contract for Exhibit Space and send all payments in U.S. dollars to: Association for Iron & Steel Technology, 186 Thorn Hill Road, Warrendale, PA 15086 USA.
♦ Standard Booths: No backwall, sidewall, drapes or other booth construction may exceed 8' in height. This includes signs, emblems, trademarks, medallions, cutout letters, etc.
♦ Island/Peninsula Booths: May exceed 8' up to a limit of 12' in height if they occupy 400 square feet or more.
♦ Perimeter Booths: May exceed 8' up to a limit of 12' in height.
♦ These limitations do not apply to machinery or equipment as regularly built and used in the steel industry.
♦ Exceptions to the above rules must be approved by show management.
International Trade Fair Provisions
The Exposition has been designated by the U.S. Department of Commerce as an International Trade Fair under the provisions of the Trade Fair Act of 1959.
Working with the Expositions customs broker, exhibited materials and equipment can be brought into the U.S. duty-free. For further information, please contact the general manager — sales, AIST.
Operating exhibits are encouraged. However, any and all unusually dirty, noisy or hot machinery and equipment should be properly enclosed to respect the rights and safety of others.
Aisle: 10' wide except as noted.
Exhibit Area: Concrete base floor.