Introducing the All-New Utility Fleet Conference at ICUEE
Are you seeking to grow your fleet knowledge and skills to become more valuable to your employer? Looking to expand your influence with senior management to get more done for your fleet? Searching for new ideas about how to do more with less, whether it’s money, resources, time or all three?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, we at Utility Fleet Professional magazine have created a must-attend conference for you – the Utility Fleet Conference (UFC).
UFC is a new three-day educational event, scheduled to take place September 28-30, that drills down into best practices, strategies and trends that address the unique needs and challenges of utility fleets. Co-located with the popular International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition in Louisville, Ky., UFC offers an exclusive forum for you to exchange ideas with peers and industry experts, so that you come away with actionable tips to apply in your own fleet and career.
The conference kicks off with a dynamic opening keynote from Ken Sheridan, director of safety and technical training for Louisville Gas and Electric and Kentucky Utilities, titled “Applying a Culture of Safety to Your Fleet Operations,” followed by a series of utility fleet-focused seminars, networking lunches and panel discussions.
Our expert presenters and panelists will go deep on a wide range of topics, including equipment specification strategies, fleet technologies and trends, fleet maintenance best practices and leadership development.
Interested in learning more?
Check out the 2015 UFC brochure that was mailed with this issue of the magazine. Then visit the conference website at www.utilityfleetprofessional.com/conference, where you can find more details on the conference agenda and register to reserve your seat.
We’re excited for this privilege to build upon the value of our magazine’s content by taking utility fleet education to a more in-depth and personal level.
We look forward to seeing you and helping you grow at UFC!
Sean M. Lyden