June 18, 2021
A record number of attendees met for educational sessions and networking opportunities, and to view utility fleet equipment and services exhibits during the 2021 Electric Utility Fleet Managers Conference.
EUFMC 2021 BY THE NUMBERS:
“While the decision to hold EUFMC as a virtual conference in 2021 was necessary, the response by our sponsors, fleet professionals and suppliers was very gratifying,” said Jeffrey Schneider, EUFMC President and Manager of Transportation at Louisville Gas & Electric/Kentucky Utilities. “The 2021 conference delivered the educational and informational value to utility fleet professionals that is the hallmark of EUFMC. The Board of Directors thanks everyone for their participation and looks forward to seeing you in person in Colonial Williamsburg next year.”
The Electric Utility Fleet Managers Conference (EUFMC) is an educational conference for fleet representatives from investor-owned electric utilities, electric cooperatives and electrical contractors held annually at the Williamsburg Lodge and Conference Center in Williamsburg, Virginia.
FLEETS ATTENDING EUFMC:
The EUFMC General Session is a two-day comprehensive educational program featuring presentations by industry experts, manufacturers and fleets. In 2021, presenters addressed Essential Tools For Fleet Excellence. Fleet representatives and suppliers also took part in roundtable best practices discussions.
Representatives from over 100 manufacturers and service providers attend EUFMC. The event includes a drive-through utility equipment demonstration and an equipment show that is the site of more than 60 displays.
Utility fleet representatives are invited to call the conference office at (757) 220-1795 or email Ann Brown-Hailey at email@example.com for registration information.
Due to the desire to provide an equitable ratio of vendors to fleet representatives, manufacturers and service providers attend and exhibit at EUFMC conference by invitation only. Learn More
The educational sessions provide me with the opportunity to get a sense of what other managers are dealing with. There’s no sense in reinventing the wheel. They will have solutions that work for them that may work for you. It’s always nice to network with other fleet managers at EUFMC because they can help you with situations that you may encounter down the road.
The objectives of this non-profit association are dissemination of educational and technical information pertaining to the design, procurement, application, operation and maintenance of equipment used by the Electric Utilities; provision of a forum where Utility Fleet Professionals can exchange information and discuss mutual problems, and promotion of close cooperation between Manufacturers, Suppliers, Services, and Fleet Professionals engaged in the development and design of vehicles and equipment associated with the Electric Utility Industry.