Papé Upcoming Events


Although Papé participates in countless events each year, two of our largest events are in the height of our tradeshow season. With only 3 days left until the 2016 World Ag Expo and 3 weeks until the 2016 Oregon Logging Conference, February is a busy month for our companies.

February 9th-11th holds the world’s largest agricultural exposition with 1,500 exhibitors and 100,000 attendees. The World Ag Expo 2016 covers 2.6 million square feet, just enough space to accommodate the many exhibitors and the agricultural equipment they bring with them. When you visit the Papé Machinery booth, you can expect to see some of our wheel loaders and compact equipment widely used in the dairy industry.

For the last 77 years – well, as long as the conference has attracted loggers from around the region – Papé has been a part of the event. Nearly 300 exhibitors represent the logging industry at the 2016 Oregon Logging Conference, providing ample opportunity for those in the community to earn continuing education credits. Not to mention, who would want to miss an excuse to network with industry professionals?

Our attendance at the Oregon Logging Conference isn’t limited to the equipment in our booths. We’re the sponsor of the Friday Morning Breakfast, which is open to attendees, in preparation for the fun-filled day of educating local elementary students on the importance of the logging industry. By seeing the equipment and asking questions, the young students get to learn about the experience of logging.

Through events like the World Ag Expo and the Oregon Logging Conference, Papé is able to showcase the machinery our customers rely on… everything from a John Deere Gator to a Kenworth truck and everything in between. We have the end to end solutions our farming and forestry customers need. Curious how we keep you moving? Contact us today to find out more!

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