Exchange Schedule

The Exchange features nearly 40 hours of education and over hundreds of exhibitors in the Expo Hall. To search for specific events or session types, please utilize the advanced search option by clicking on the Advanced Search tab with a search-glass image below. Build a personal conference schedule by utilizing the My Sessions tab located to the right of the Advanced Search tab. To view a full summary of scheduled events, utilize the dropdown box that reads summary view and select full view. Also available in the upper right hand corner of the schedule is the ability to export and print information. To view daily schedules, select the conference dates highlighted below in red text.

Become an Exhibitor

The Exchange is the best place to interact with the grain industry. Each year the Expo connects exhibitors with thousands of grain handling and processing operations professionals looking for the latest and greatest products and service solutions! Check out the current  Expo Floor Plan 

GEAPS Exchange 2019
March 9-12, 2019
Ernest N. Morial Convention Center
New Orleans, Louisiana

The Expo at Exchange 2019 will give you access to grain company executives with purchasing power and operations professionals who could be using your product on a daily basis. No matter what product or service you provide to the grain industry, you can generate new leads and reinforce existing relationships.  

Booth sales are now open! For more information and to reserve your booth space, contact the GEAPS sales team or call (763) 999-4300. 


Exchange 2019 Booth Sales

Booth sales begins with GEAPS' priority sales list, and is under way for Exchange 2019. After companies on the list have had an opportunity to reserve booth space, sales will open to the public on a first-come, first-serve basis. 

For more information on how to reserve a booth, contact GEAPS' sales team


Additional Resources

Exhibit Design Rules

Rules of the Contract for Exhibit Space and Exhibit Design Rules

2019 Booth Rental Fees

Material Handling Fees

Union Rules

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