TP&EE 2022 Is On!
The Timber Processing & Energy Expo, which was canceled in 2020 due to the pandemic, is on tap once again, scheduled for this September 28-30 at the Portland Exposition Center in Portland, Ore.
Nearly 160 equipment and technology companies have signed on to exhibit, and available booth space is dwindling fast. With the event still four months out, there’s still time for equipment companies who are on the fence, or who have been too busy, to come in.
“We’re looking at probably our biggest TP&EE in terms of exhibitor square footage that we’ve ever had,” comments Rich Donnell, show director and editor-in-chief of Timber Processing, which serves as the host of the event, which is produced by Hatton-Brown Expositions, LLC.
Hatton-Brown has produced TP&EE since 2010 when the previous producer decided not to continue the event. “We’re a magazine publishing company and we hadn’t intended to do a sawmill show, but a lot of companies requested that we pick it up, so we did,” Donnell says. “It was one of the best decisions we ever made.”
The event is scheduled every other year, but the pandemic nixed the 2020 show. The last one held, in 2018, attracted nearly 3,000 exhibitor and producer personnel from 38 U.S. states, six Canadian provinces and 17 countries.
Attendee registration opens online this June 1.
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