The Work Truck Show 2020 offers industry professionals the opportunity not just to see the latest trucks and equipment from more than 500 exhibiting companies, but to participate in hands-on activities to get a deeper understanding of new technology and have a little fun in the process.
Fleet managers, truck equipment distributors, upfitters and truck dealers from around the world will hear strategies to help create more productive and innovative work trucks, discover ways to turn commercial vehicles into work systems and gain insight into electric work truck deployment at Green Truck Summit 2020, held in conjunction with The Work Truck Show 2020.
The Association for the Work Truck Industry announces the full schedule of events for Work Truck Week, including The Work Truck Show 2020, Green Truck Summit and Manufacturer and Distributor Innovation Conference. Registration for North America's largest work truck event, which celebrates its 20th anniversary, is now open at worktruckshow.com.
The National Truck Equipment Association held its Annual Work Truck Show in conjunction with the Green Truck Summit and Fleet Technical Congress on March 5 through 8 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, Ind.
A record 14,256 industry professionals from 28 countries attended the event, which opened with the Green Truck Summit, a two-day conference focused on new technologies and alternative fuels for commercial vehicles, and the Fleet Technical Congress, also a two-day event, which provided information on technology-based solutions for optimizing fleet management and operations.
Fleet managers will learn how to leverage new technologies and processes to find sustainable, creative solutions to enhance fleet operations for years to come at Fleet Technical Congress 2019, held with Green Truck Summit in conjunction with The Work Truck Show 2019.
Registration is now open for The Work Truck Show 2019. North America's largest work truck event is even bigger as NTEA — The Association for the Work Truck Industry has added another conference to the Work Truck Week lineup.
The Work Truck Show 2019 will feature dozens of educational opportunities, including the new Manufacturer and Distributor Innovation Conference, Fleet Technical Congress, Green Truck Summit and special sessions on lean thinking; the two-day Work Truck Show Ride-and-Drive; multiple networking events; and an exhibit floor featuring the latest commercial vehicles, equipment and technology.
NTEA — the Association for the Work Truck Industry — has announced The Work Truck Show 2018 schedule of events. The line-up features more than 60 educational opportunities, including Fleet Technical Congress, Green Truck Summit and special sessions on lean thinking; a two-day Ride-and-Drive; multiple networking opportunities; and an exhibit floor packed with the latest commercial vehicles, equipment and technology.
The ongoing evolution of the commercial truck industry was on full display at The Work Truck Show 2017 in Indianapolis, Ind., March 14 to 17 at the Indiana Convention Center. More than 500 exhibiting companies highlighted a wide range of new products and technology designed to make work trucks more efficient and productive on the job, including advances in electrification; diesel, gasoline and advanced fuel powertrains; light-weighting; augmented reality; and solar power.
What does “clean energy” mean for work trucks in 2017 and beyond? The answers can be found at the Green Truck Summit 2017, the leading alternative fuels and advanced technology conference held in conjunction with The Work Truck Show. Fleet managers, truck equipment distributors, upfitters and truck dealers from around the world learn the clean energy developments and decisions shaping the journey toward the goal of zero-emission transportation, and the future of the work truck industry, at this annual conference.
Wilfried Achenbach, senior vice president of engineering and technology of Daimler Trucks North America, will serve as keynote speaker at the 2017 Green Truck Summit on March 14. His address will offer insights into the technology, energy and environmental issues that will shape the future of the work truck industry, based on his experience in truck mechatronics, a multidisciplinary field of engineering that combines systems, mechanical, electrical, telecommunications, control and computer engineering.