Vehicle, Equipment Debuts Scheduled for Work Truck Week

Vehicle, Equipment Debuts Scheduled for Work Truck Week | THE SHOPNew electric and internal combustion commercial vehicles are among the products slated to debut during Work Truck Week 2023, event organizers announced.

Work Truck Week is scheduled for March 7–10, at Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis. Green Truck Summit is March 7. Educational sessions run March 7–9. The Work Truck Show exhibit hall is open March 8–10, with Ride & Drive available March 8–9.

New products on tap for the event include EV and internal combustion chassis, truck bodies, accessories, auxiliary power solutions, electric PTOs, software, and snow and ice control equipment, participating companies said. To date, 26 companies have scheduled press conferences during Work Truck Week, including Bollinger Motors, Ford Pro, Hino Trucks, Isuzu Commercial Truck of America, Lion Electric, Mack Trucks, Ram Commercial and Workhorse.

Work Truck Week will offer opportunities to look into the future of commercial vehicles, officials said. Green Truck Summit will provide updates on upcoming emissions regulations, EV and ZEV advancements, future diesel engine technologies and government infrastructure initiatives. Commercial vehicle manufacturers will also give a glimpse at new and developing products during OEM and EV manufacturer update sessions offered as part of the educational conference. During these sessions, company representatives share technical information on their latest chassis specifications and designs, review body and equipment installation options and provide insights into future commercial vehicle plans.

“The work truck industry is constantly innovating,” says Steve Carey, NTEA president & CEO. “I continue to be amazed at the amount of new and creative solutions on display each year.”

A.J. Hecht

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