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AEM Director, Terex CEO Ron DeFeo to Participate on Infrastructure Panel

Sep, 27 2013


WASHINGTON, SEPT. 26, 2013 — The Atlantic to Host a Series of Infrastructure Panels with Industry CEOs, Infrastructure Experts and Policymakers

Terex CEO and Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) Government and Public Affairs Chair Ron DeFeo will join a panel of industry leaders, policy makers and experts this Monday, September 30th to discuss critical investments in our nation's infrastructure system.  The event, hosted by the Atlantic, is titled Infrastructure 2.0 and will also include U.S. Representative John Delaney (D-MD). 


"Ron has been a leader in the equipment manufacturing industry and a forceful and visionary advocate for improvements in our national infrastructure needed to keep American manufacturers competitive on a global scale," said AEM President Dennis Slater.  "I know he will add an important perspective to The Atlantic's discussion next week, and I encourage everyone in the D.C. area to attend." 

To RSVP, please visit the Atlantic's registration page.  For more information and a continually updating list of speakers, please visit the Atlantic website at http://events.theatlantic.com/infrastructure/2013/ and follow the event @Atlantic_LIVE and #FutureInfra.

About the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) - www.aem.org AEM is the North American-based international trade group providing innovative business development resources to advance the off-road equipment manufacturing industry in the global marketplace. AEM membership comprises more than 850 companies and more than 200 product lines in the agriculture, construction, forestry, mining and utility sectors worldwide. AEM is headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, with offices in the world capitals of Washington, D.C.; Ottawa, Canada; and Beijing, China.

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