Scheduled for March 5-8, 2024, at Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, Work Truck Week provides commercial vehicle industry professionals with opportunities to see the latest trucks, equipment and trends, learn new ideas and solutions that can impact their operations, and connect with the people and companies, organizers said. Work Truck Week includes The Work Truck Show, Green Truck Summit, NTEA Annual Meeting, Work Truck Week Ride and Drive, educational sessions, and more.
“This year, we’re emphasizing the many ways Work Truck Week increasingly gives you more: more equipment, more connections and more answers,” says Steve Carey, NTEA president & CEO. “From an exhibit hall packed with innovative new vehicles, equipment and technology to an educational conference second to none, Work Truck Week is where the business of commercial vehicles gets done.”
Open March 6-8, the Work Truck Show exhibit hall showcases commercial vehicles, equipment and other products from 500 companies, organizers said.
Green Truck Summit, NTEA’s full-day advanced vehicle and fuel technology conference on March 5, provides information and resources in support of the commercial vehicle industry’s sustainability efforts, event officials said. It offers sessions led by industry experts, government representatives, fleets, and commercial vehicle and equipment manufacturers on clean energy trends and operational insights.
The 2024 educational program, set for March 5-7, includes a range of educational seminars, including the returning commercial vehicle Chassis Update Sessions with 12 commercial vehicle OEMs and three EV manufacturers sharing vehicle changes and upfitting solutions. Work Truck Week offers an expanded series of Workforce Development Sessions, which are free and available to all WTW24 registrants, event officials said.
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