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2012 Exhibit Prospectus

Booth and Exhibit Hall Mechanics

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 Exposition Manager.

Booth Limitations AISTech 2012 Exhibition Dates

Monday,7May Tuesday,8May Wednesday,9May 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.

The limits outlined above 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.

Booth Size

Thestandardboothsizeis10'by10'. Minimum:100sq.ft.Maximum:None.

Booth Rates

Baserate:$27.50persquarefootor$2,750forastandard booth Examplesofboothcosts: 10'x10'=$2,750 10'x20'=$5,500 10'x30'=$8,250 Booth cost includes standard draperies, siderails (33" high) and a standard sign (44" x 9").The cost also coversremoval,storageandreturnofemptycrates,24-hour guardservices,generallightingandgeneralcleaning.

Unacceptable Exhibits

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.

Hall and Booth Restrictions

Aisle: 10' wide except as noted Floor Load: Unlimited except over utility tunnel where floor load is 400 lbs./sq. ft. Exhibit Area: Concrete base floor


Boothassignmentswillbebasedonthefollowingfactors (notinorderofimportance): 1.Previousshowparticipation 2.Sizerequested 3.AdvertisingwithIron & Steel Technology 4.Dateofreceiptofapplicationanddeposit


Will begin at noon on Friday, 4 May 2012, and must be completed by Sunday, 6 May 2012, at 4 p.m.


The removal of all exhibit materials begins Wednesday, 9 May 2012, after the close of the show and must be completed by Thursday, 10 May 2012, at 10 p.m.

Sponsorship Opportunities

Sponsorships are an excellent way to increase your company's visibility. Creating your own sponsorship package can provide you with the marketing edge you want, and by sponsoring an event, you will position your company for maximum exposure. Sponsorships for many AISTech 2012 activities are available, including: Receptions, Refreshment Breaks, Breakfast, Lunches, Webcast, Aisle Signage, Internet Cafés, On-Site Program, Smartphone App, Feature Giveaways, Pens, Bags and Lanyards. We will be happy to assist you in developing a sponsorship package based on your ideas and needs. Please contact Bill Albaugh at +1.724.814.3010 for further details about sponsorships.

Exposition Floor Plan

(Georgia World Congress Center · Atlanta, Ga., USA)

It would take your sales force three months to reach the same amount of prospects you can reach in this three-day period.

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Foundation Feature

The Iron & Steel Technology Conference and Exposition is managed by the Association for Iron & Steel Technology Ronald E. Ashburn, Executive Director






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List of 2011 Exhibitors

AISTech represents a full-line focus including ironmaking, steelmaking, rolling and finishing processes, and the various engineering, equipment and process technologies involved in today's steel production. The following companies were present at AISTech 2011.

6i Solution Inc. A A.I.C. Automazioni Industriali Capitanio A.W. Chesterton Co. ABB Inc. Abresist Kalenborn Ace World Companies ACIDA GmbH & Co. KG Acuity-vct/BSK Advanced Machine & Engineering Co. Aeromet Industries Inc. Affival Inc. AgentHR Aginzo Consulting Group AIM Machinery Air Products and Chemicals Inc. Airfloat AirStream Systems Inc. AISI Ajax Tocco Alignment Supplies Inc. Allor Mfg. Inc./Plesh Industries Inc. Alta Solutions Inc. Aluminum Association, The AMEPA America Inc. Amerair Industries Inc. American Chemical Technologies Inc. American Metal Market American Roller Bearing Co. American Sensors Corp. AmeriFab Inc. AMI GE Analytical Reference Materials International Anhui Taier Heavy Industry Co. Ltd. Ansteel Group ARkO by PMP ASB Industries Inc. ASKO Inc., American Shear Knife Div. Aspex Corp. Avtron AXIS, a Consona ERP solution B Badische Stahl-Engineering Baltimore Aircoil Co. Bar Hydraulics Inc. Bearings Manufacturing Co. Inc. BEDA Oxygentechnic USA Inc. Beijing Shougang International Engineering Technology Co. Ltd. Beijing Tianxing Ceramic Fiber Composite Materials Corp. Belt Conveyor Guarding Berry Metal Co. Berthold Technologies USA Beta LaserMike Bloom Engineering Co. Inc. Boll Filter Corp. Boltech Inc. BRAR USA BRAUN Machine Technologies LLC Brilex Industries Inc. Bruker Burghardt and Schmidt GmbH Butech Bliss BWF America C C&E Plastics Inc. C.R. Cylindrical Roller Bearings Cableform Inc. Caldwell Group Inc., The CAN-ENG Furnaces Int'l. Ltd. Canfield Manufacturing Co. Inc. CanmetENERGY Carbinite Metal Coatings Carmeuse Lime & Stone Castrol Industrial NA Inc. Cattron Group International CavCom CCR Technologies Inc. Centro Metal-Cut Cervis Inc. CF PUMPSERVE Pump Repair ChemTreat Inc ChengDai Co. Ltd. China First Heavy Industries CHL Systems CID Associates Inc. CIMM Group Co. Ltd. Clark Testing Cline Co., The Clyde Metals Technologies, a division of MAC CMI Heavy Industries CMRC Lubrication Co. CNBM International Corp. COH Inc. Comverge Inc. Concept2 Solution Continental Field Machine Control Chief Cooling Tower Depot Inc. Cordstrap USA Corewire Ltd. Corrosion Fluid Products Corp. CTS Inc. CVM Systems LLC CVS Makina Insaat San. Ve Tic. A.S. D Dango & Dienenthal Inc. Danieli & C. SpA Delavan Ltd. DELTA Computer Systems Inc. Delta USA Inc. Deublin Co. Diamond Graphite Diamond Power Controls & Diagnostics (formerly Diamond Electronics) Diversified Chemical Technologies Dixon Specialty Hose DLZ Industrial LLC Dover Hydraulics Dreisilker Electric Motors Inc. Drives LLC DropsA USA Inc. Duff-Norton Dust Control Technology Inc. Dustex E East Metals (North America) LLC Ebner Furnaces Inc. EC&M Co. LLC EC&S Eco-Tec Inc. Edwards Egon Evertz KG/ETS Ekium North America Inc. Elwood-Fluid Power Emerson Industrial Automation EMG USA Inc. EMPCO Energoprom Group Enerpac Englo Inc. dba Engart Inc. Enprotech Steel Services Environmental Air Solutions Erie Copper Works Inc. Eriez ESW Inc. ETA Engineering Inc. Extrel CMS F Falk-PLI Engineering & Surveying Fangda Carbon New Material Co., Ltd. FARO Bearings Inc. Fedmet Filtertech Inc. Fives Bronx (formerly known as Bronx/ Taylor-Wilson) Fives Stein Flame Technologies Inc. Flanders Electric FlexArm Fluid Life Fluidtechnik USA Fluor FMC Technologies Fuchs Lubricants Co. G Gamma-Tech LLC Gantrex Inc. GE Energy Geib Industries Inc. Gigasense AB (formerly PIAB Sweden AB) Gleason Reel, a Hubbell company Global Gauge Corp. Gore & Associates Inc. GP GrafTech International Graphite Electrode Sales Inc. Graphite India Ltd. Gustav Wiegard North America LP H H.E.F. USA Harsco Metals Hartsock Industrial Sales Inc. Hatch · Hatch IAS · Hatch Steel Technologies Hauck Manufacturing Co. HEG Ltd. Henkel Corp. Heraeus Electro-Nite Co. Herr-Voss Stamco Hickman, Williams & Co. Hoist & Crane Service Group Horner Industrial Services Inc. Hose Master LLC Houghton International HPC Manufacturing Inc. Hubbell Industrial Controls Inc. Hydro Inc. I I Sq. R Power Cable Co. iba America LLC IDEAL Welding Systems IHI Ikeuchi USA Inc. IMS Systems Inc. Inductotherm Corp. InfoSight Corp. Innerspec Technologies Inc. In-Place Machining Co. Interstop Corp. Ircon Inc. IRM Group Iron & Steel Today Irwin Car and Equipment ISRA VISION PARSYTEC Itipack Systems ITR ITT Enidine J J.R. Merritt Controls Inc. James Walker Mfg. Jayne Industries Inc. Jendco Corp. Jiangsu Tri-M Special Metals Co. Ltd. JP Steel Plantech Co. JW Hicks Inc. K KettenWulf USA Key Bellevilles Inc. Keyence Corp. KMA Manufacturing LLC Konecranes Inc. Kress Corp. Kroff Chemical Co. Inc. Kromschröder Controls Krosaki Magnesita Refractories LLC Kubota Metal Corp.

Do you see your competition in the list?

L LAKOS Separators & Filtration Systems LAND, an AMETEK company LAP Laser LLC Larpen Metallurgical Service Lechler Inc. Lenox Instrument Co. Inc. Lesman Instrument Co. Life Cycle Engineering Limab NA LISMAR Inc. Logika Technologies Inc. Loveman Steel Corp. Ludeca Inc. Lumar Metals LumaSense Technologies Inc. M M. Brashem Inc. MacDermid Inc. Machine Concepts Mack Manufacturing Inc. Magneco/Metrel Inc. Magnesita Refractories Magnetech Industrial Services Inc. Magnetek Material Handling Management Science Associates Inc. Maxi-Signal Products McKeown Group Measurement Systems International Medart Melter S.A. de C.V. Meltric Corp. Merkel Heavy Industry, a division of Freudenberg-NOK MESA Inc. Messinger Bearings Metal Products and Engineering METCAR Middough Midrex Midwesco Filter Resources Inc. Midwest Brake Mi-Jack Products Inc. MikroPul Minco Group Mitsubishi Electric Power Products Inc. Mitsubishi-Hitachi Metals Machinery Inc. MORE Morgan Engineering Systems Inc. Morgantown Machine & Hydraulics MSI Driveshafts MSSI Refractory, a Temtek Solutions Company MTS Sensors Mubea Inc. N Nachi Robotic Systems Inc. Nalco Co. NCCM Co. Nederman Inc. (formerly Dantherm Filtration) Nicro SpA NILCO North American Construction Services North American Refractories Co. N-Side NSK Corp. NTN Bearing Corp. of America O Ohio Magnetics Inc., a subsidiary of HBD Industries Inc. Oil Skimmers Inc. Oliver Boots OmniSource Corp. Opta Minerals Inc. Orival Water Filters OSIsoft Oxy-Arc International Inc. P PANalytical Pannier Corp. Papertech Inc. Paul Wurth Performance Improvement Inc. Philpott Rubber/Lankhorst Mouldings PIKE Automation PKG Equipment Inc. PolyCycle Industrial Products Inc. Polymet Alloys Inc. Polytec Inc. Power Asset Recovery Corp. Power Electronics International Inc. Praxair Inc. PRCO America/Puyang Refractories Premier Power Maintenance Process Equipment ­ Barron Industries Process Technology International Inc. Prograde Pruftechnik Service Inc. PT International Corp. Purdue University - Calumet Pyro Shield Inc. Q Quaker Chemical Corp. Qual-Fab Inc. Qualitest USA QuinLogic R RAD-CON Inc. Raytek Corp. REDEX Reinhausen Manufacturing Inc. Reliacheck Manufacturing Inc. RHI Riise Inc. Robinson Engineering Co. Inc. Robinson Fans Inc. ROSS Controls Rumford Industrial Group Inc S Sachtleben Chemie Sandling Industrial Services Inc. Sarclad North America L.P. Schneider Electric Schust Engineering Inc. Seifert Companies SENNEBOGEN LLC SenTek Corp. Sentek Solutions Inc. Seoul Engineering Co. Ltd. Sert-Metal USA SES LLC Severn Trent Services SGL Carbon SGM Magnetics Corp. Shandong Huimin Science & Technology Co. Ltd. Shanghai Pubang Shell Lubricants Shermco Industries Showa Denko Carbon Inc. Shuttlelift Sichuan Guanghan Shida Carbon Co. Ltd. SICK MAIHAK SIDERTECH Siemens VAI Signal Metal Industries Sinosteel Equipment & Engineering Co. Ltd. SMS group · SMS Siemag LLC · SMS Meer Service Inc./SMS Meer GmbH · SMS Concast America Inc. · SMS Millcraft LLC · SMS Elotherm North America · Drever International · SMS Logistiksysteme GmbH SNC-Lavalin/Capital Engineering Spanco Inc. (Cranes and Rigid Lifelines Fall Protection) Spraying Systems Co. SRI Quality System Registrar Inc. Starex/Nantong Carbon Steel Business Briefing Steel Times International (Quartz Business Media) Stellar Canada Inc. Stollberg Stoody/Arcair Sund Birsta AB SunSource Superbolt Inc. Superior Graphite Superior Machine Co. System Seals Inc. T T. Bruce Sales Inc. Tallman Tamini Transformers Tarrant Hydraulic Service LLC Taylor Machine Works Inc Tebulo NA Technical Weighing Services Inc. TECO-Westinghouse Temtek Solutions Co. Tenova Terronics Development Corp. TES Transformer Electro Service s.r.l. Thermalmax Inc. Thermo Scientific Thermo-Calc Software Thermocast SpA Tianjin Sante Electronics Ltd. Timken Co., The Tobul Accumulator Inc. Tokai Carbon Group Total Filtration Services Inc. Toyo-Sun Machinery TransTech of SC Inc. Tube City IMS LLC Tube-Mac Industries Inc. TurboSonic U UK Carbon and Graphite UMECC Unilux Inc. Union Electric Steel/Davy Roll Co. Universal Urethane Products UTC Overseas Inc. V Vail Rubber Works Inc. Velco GmbH Veolia Environmental Services Veolia Environnement Veolia Water North America Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies Vesuvius VGH America Inc. Virginia Transformer Vista Control Systems Voith Turbo Inc. Vollmer America W Walker Magnetics Welding Alloys Group West Virginia Development Office Western PA Steel Fabricating Whiting Corp. Whiting Equipment Canada Winkle Industries Wooster Hydrostatics Inc. Wuhan Iron and Steel (Group) Corp. Y Yates Cylinders Z Zero Gravity Filters Inc. Zhongke Electric Co. Ltd./Advanced Magnet Zimmermann & Jansen Inc. Zumbach Electronics Corp.

as of 15 April 2011

Bring more attention to your exhibit... Advertise in

Specialadvertisingratesfor twoAISTechissues:

March:Pre-ShowIssue May:ShowGuideandProgramIssue

If you make a commitment to place an advertisement in the May AISTech 2012 Show Guide, your company will be eligible to receive a 25% discount for advertising placed in the March Pre-Show Issue.

Payment Information

To confirm a booth reservation, a 50% deposit is required at time of application. Please fill out the enclosed AISTech 2012 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.

AISTech and Iron & Steel Technology Advertising Contacts:

Bill Albaugh -- Sales Manager: Phone +1.724.814.3010, Fax +1.724.814.3011 or [email protected] Gerry Kane -- Senior Sales Representative: Phone +1.724.814.3022, Fax +1.724.814.3023 or [email protected] Beth Kirschner -- Sales Representative: Phone +1.724.814.3030, Fax +1.724.814.3031 or [email protected] Rebecca Smith -- Sales Administrator: Phone +1.724.814.3060, Fax +1.724.814.3061 or [email protected]

Join us in Atlanta for the biggest steel technology event of the year. You can't afford to miss it!

AISTech 2012 -- The Iron & Steel Technology Conference and Exposition is your best opportunity to meet face-to-face with the individuals who specify, purchase, design and operate a variety of plants and facilities associated with the production and processing of iron and steel. Thousands of steel-related professionals -- your customers and prospects -- will be at this event, so you won't want to miss this great opportunity. Consider these facts: · udienceQuality: The most popular reasons for attending A AISTech are "New Process or Product Technology" and "Latest Research and Development." · nternationalScope: Each year, more than 40 countries I participate in AISTech. · eetandGreet: Trade shows are an excellent place to M start new customer relationships and reinforce existing ones. · urchasingAuthority: One out of two AISTech attendees P have buying influence for the industry's products and services. · ost-Effective:Individual sales calls are expensive. C AISTech is the perfect opportunity to meet hundreds of new customers in one place, at one time. · alueConsidered: 75% of AISTech's exhibitors repeat, V and 50% reserve their space for next year on-site. As an exhibitor at AISTech, you'll have unrivaled access to the world's most qualified steel industry buyers -- people who authorize billions of dollars in spending to expand and improve facilities to meet world demand for their products. AISTech attendees meet with other steel industry professionals to exchange technical knowledge and learn about the latest products and services in the industry. From foreman to president and from engineer to operator, they come to the exposition to find out what's new in technology, methods and equipment. We encourage exhibitors to showcase their latest technical equipment and services so that attendees can witness live, working demonstrations of their unique capabilities. And if that's not enough, technical sessions held concurrently with the exposition give attendees the opportunity to learn how to boost productivity, cut costs and increase profits by effectively utilizing new steelmaking technology. Because AISTech is the steel industry's biggest trade show and exposition, your exhibit will generate sales leads and company awareness as no other marketing tool can. Don't miss this chance to demonstrate your products and services to the world's top steel producers, suppliers, consultants and academics.

Association for Iron & Steel Technology 186 Thorn Hill Road · Warrendale, PA 15086 USA Phone +1.724.814.3000 · Fax +1.724.814.3001 ·


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