NORTH AMERICA'S LARGEST work truck event, the National Truck Equipment Association (NTEA) Work Truck Show comes to the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, March 6-8, in conjunction with the 49th annual NTEA Convention. Products from all aspects of the industry— including chassis, bodies, aerial devices, accessories, and components—are featured at the show, with dozens of exhibitors announcing new products.
For those interested in sustainability, the Green Truck Summit begins March 5. The industry's leading conference on clean vehicle technology information and solutions provides industry professionals with information on practical experience, products, and services focused on sustainability. The event features presentations and breakout sessions on clean vehicle initiatives led by industry experts and fleet managers. During these sessions, presenters will share insights, lessons learned, and solutions for implementing green technologies. A separate ticket is required to attend.
The conference offers more than 60 educational opportunities, including sessions on government legislation and regulations, repairing or replacing your fleet, making sure truck chassis match job requirements, and chassis updates from top manufacturers.
At the Fleet Management Symposium on March 5-6, fleet management professionals from all industries can learn best practices and strategies that impact fleet performance. Symposium registrants will receive FleetWhiz and NTEA Vehicle Life-Cycle Cost Analysis CDs. The session will be presented by Kelly Walker, president of Kelly Walker Associates, and Bob Johnson, NTEA director of fleet relations. A ticket and separate registration are required.
To register, or for more information, visit www.ntea.com/worktruckshow.