Association of Equipment Manufacturers

Blog | April 13, 2017
Running on Empty? Infrastructure Needs Sustainable Funding to Keep America Going

Dennis Slater, president and secretary of the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM), says it’s time for President Trump and our leaders to put America’s aging infrastructure and transportation system first. AEM is a member of the Americans for Transportation Mobility (ATM) Coalition. Sign our petition at and share this

Blog | July 24, 2017
Industry Leader Points to Need for Action from Trump on Infrastructure

The need to rebuild, and invest in, America’s infrastructure and transportation network were key priorities for Donald Trump as he campaigned for president. Now, months into the Trump administration, the American public and the business community are still waiting to see the details of how Trump and Congress are going

Blog | December 27, 2017
Congress Needs to Focus on Infrastructure Sooner Rather than Later

Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) 2017 Chair Mike Haberman points out that an underfunded transportation network frequently leads to short-term fixes, when long-term investments for critical projects are needed. Haberman is also president of Gradall Industries, Inc. in New Philadelphia, Ohio. President Trump and Congress are expected to start tackling new

Blog | September 16, 2018
Equipment Manufacturers Govt Affairs Pro Brings Infrastructure Message to Radio

Kip Eideberg, VP of Public Affairs & Advocacy for the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM), recently spoke with Karl Magenhofer of WSVA Radio — which reaches the Central Shenandoah Valley area of Virginia — about the importance of the nation’s transportation system and the vital need to invest now in America’s infrastructure.

Blog | July 09, 2019
AEM’s Slater to Leaders: Infrastructure Plan that Keeps U.S. Globally Competitive Needed

WATCH our video Crafting a vision for how the United States’ infrastructure will meet diverse and future demands is essential, according to Dennis Slater, President of the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM). With commuters and drivers sitting on congested highways becoming a persistent sign of the times, America’s transportation infrastructure