Exhibit

The Exposition trade show is an integral part of the IOSC program. Suppliers of the world display and demonstrate state-of-the-art equipment, products and services related to the diversity, nature and geographic location of environmental spills.

Plan now to exhibit at IOSC 2017. Enjoy one-stop shopping, uncover new technologies, and do business with the leading suppliers in the oil spill prevention, preparedness, response and restoration arena. Our conference provides the only opportunity to meet your target audience in a U.S.-based, international oil spill conference, while joining elite companies to discuss innovations and best practices across the spectrum of prevention, preparedness, response, and restoration.

View the floorplan here to see what booths have been reserved or are available to rent.

For information on exhibiting at IOSC, please visit the Exhibitor Zone or contact IOSCexhibits@courtesyassoc.com or call us at: 202-973-8689

Exhibitor Application

IOSC 2017 Demographic Information

Exhibitor Zone

View the Demographics Information here
View Sponsorship Opportunities here
View the Exhibitor Sponsorship Prospectus Application here
View the Exhibit Hall Floorplan here
View the Exhibit Booth Guidelines for the United States
View the Exhibitor Show Schedule

Exhibitor Services Manual and Order Forms:  Brede Exposition Services has been appointed as the General Service Contractor for IOSC 2017. The exhibitor manual includes information regarding securing all relevant show services. Brede Online Ordering is available for IOSC 2017. Exhibitors may access Brede Online Ordering by logging onto www.brede.com. Select Get Started then Online Ordering. The show password is 2017IOSC. Exhibitors may view all information, but will need a USER ID and PASSWORD to place their orders online. You should have recently received your User ID and Password from Brede to access online ordering. If you have not received or misplaced your USER ID and PASSWORD, please contact IOSC@brede.com for assistance.

The Exposition trade show is an integral part of the IOSC program. Suppliers from all over the world display and demonstrate state-of-the-art equipment, products and services related to the diversity, nature and geographic location of environmental spills.During four energetic days in the IOSC 2017 Exhibit Hall, your company can showcase its products and services to the leaders and decision-makers in the oil spill response community.

Since 1969, the IOSC has been a pre-eminent source of information and expertises on oil spill related issues – don't miss your chance to become a lasting part of this established gathering of response specialists, operating companies, government, academia, and community/public interest groups.

What is the IOSC?

This conference offers a unique venue for industry and government entities to work together and provides a forum for professionals from the international community, the private sector, government, and non-governmental organizations.

Currently the world's attention is on oil spill remediation and the situation in the Gulf of Mexico. Exhibitors at the 2017 International Oil Spill Conference and Exposition have an opportunity to offer resources and a message of assurance to an audience seeking answers.

This conference is a proven venue for industry and government entities to work together and provides a forum for professionals from the international community, the private sector, government, and non-governmental organizations.

The 2017 IOSC conference is jointly sponsored by the following organizations:

Who Exhibits at the IOSC?

Exhibitors include, but are not limited to:

  • Area clean-up/restoration
  • Aviation services/surveillance
  • Bioremediation equipment or services
  • Control
  • Damage/impact assessment
  • Diving/salvage services
  • Electrical generators
  • Emergency response
  • Insurance
  • IT software and training
  • Prevention
  • Mapping
  • Safety/health
  • Security
  • Wildlife rescue

Who Attends IOSC?

Participants include operating managers; safety and security officers; regulators; plant managers; environment health and safety (EH&S) professionals; administrators; attorneys; environmental managers; purchasing agents; engineers; buyers; consultants; and others concerned with compliance, oil spill response, and/or cleanup. Attendees generally fall into the following categories:

  • Oil and shipping industries
  • Federal, state, and local government agencies
  • Port organizations
  • Tug and salvage companies
  • Pollution response equipment suppliers
  • Community and public interest groups
  • Marine scientists and researchers
  • Environmental organizations
  • Response specialists.

We look forward to seeing you in Long Beach, California!

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