For 70 years and counting, EUFMC has been a must attend annual event for fleets that operate, manage and maintain utility equipment.
Find out more about attending the industry’s premier educational conference and fleet forum.
Planning has begun for the 71st annual EUFMC. The 2024 educational program -- Driving Safety, Sustainability & Technical Expertise will feature presentations by fleet executives, manufacturers and industry experts.
“The 71st annual EUFMC will continue a seven-decade tradition of providing unparalleled value for fleets operating utility and telecom equipment,” said EUFMC President Dave Meisel, Quanta Services. “With the much appreciated and continuing support of our sponsors, the conference will deliver a premier educational program and the opportunity for fleet representatives to network with each other and the industry’s leading suppliers. In 2024, we look forward to continuing to serve as the industry’s leading forum.”
Lissa Brady, fleet asset manager at SDG&E, is bringing highly valuable experience to EUFMC. At SDG&E she oversees the team responsible for the specification, design, and acquisition and disposition of fleet assets, including a focus on transitioning to a fully zero emissions fleet by 2035. Prior to joining the utility, Brady held leadership roles with industry OEMs, including Terex and PACCAR.
“I am thrilled and honored to have the opportunity to join the EUFMC Board and continue the tradition of service to the industry that the EUFMC represents so well,” Brady said. “Between networking with other utility fleet managers, having access to key vendors, and an educational program that is always relevant to utility fleets, the EUFMC has long been established as the most important professional event of my year. I look forward to supporting its continued success.”
With more than 160 fleet representatives from electric utilities, contractors, co-ops and municipal operations, including over 50 new members and eight new companies, EUFMC 2023 set a new attendance record.
At the annual conference as well were more than 350 supplier representatives from about 100 companies that offer vehicles, equipment, products and services to fleets operating utility equipment.
EUFMC is an educational conference attended by representatives of fleets from across the U.S. and Canada that operate, manage and maintain utility equipment. The annual conference is held 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. Fleet representatives and suppliers also participate in roundtable discussions to exchange information and discuss mutual challenges, find solutions and develop best practices.
Representatives from manufacturers and suppliers of vehicles, equipment, products and services for utility fleet operations 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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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
EUFMC continues to be the best source I’ve found for learning how to better manage our fleet. There is no other venue where I find as much directly applicable information as I do at this show. If you can attend only one conference, this is the one to pick.
Superintendent of Fleet Operations
The objective of the EUFMC, a non-profit association, is to provide educational and technical information pertaining to the design, procurement, application, operation, management and maintenance of utility equipment used by fleets. The conference provides a forum where fleet professionals can exchange information and discuss mutual challenges, find solutions and develop best practices through close cooperation with manufacturers and suppliers of vehicles, equipment, products and services for utility fleet operations.