Registration is now open for North America’s largest work truck event, Work Truck Week 2024, March 5-8 at the Indiana Convention Center. See all of the newest commercial vehicle product, choose from a broad range of industry-focused education, and gain access to engineering representatives from hundreds of exhibiting companies.
November 8, 2023 | Staff Editor
The NTEA annual Work Truck Week is one of the most anticipated events in the commercial vehicle industry and the 2024 show is quickly approaching. This is your once-a-year chance to see all of the newest commercial vehicle product, choose from a broad range of industry-focused education, and gain access to engineering representatives from hundreds of exhibiting companies. Connect with thousands of industry professionals, find answers to technical issues, and engage peers at special events and receptions. Registration is now open for the March 5-8, 2024 Work Truck Week.
What’s New for WTW 2024?
- The 2024 Work Truck Show exhibit hall features commercial vehicles, equipment and products from 500 industry companies — including chassis, bodies, aerial devices, snow and ice control equipment, advanced vehicle and fuel technology, accessories and components — with many exhibitors revealing or launching new offerings. In addition to the main exhibit hall, attendees can visit New Exhibitor Pavilion (March 6–7), a dedicated space showcasing first-time exhibitors.
- Mary Aufdemberg, general manager of product strategy and market development for Daimler Trucks North America, was announced as 2024 Green Truck Summit keynote speaker. This annual conference offers intensive programs from industry experts, government representatives, fleets, and vehicle and equipment manufacturers. Sessions address the evolution of the commercial vehicle landscape as the shift toward zero emissions continues to accelerate.
- NTEA welcomes Jerome Bettis and Emmitt Smith, two of the National Football League’s greatest running backs, as Annual Meeting keynote speakers. They will take the stage as part of a moderated question-and-answer conversation. With four Super Bowl victories between them, the pair will have plenty to share about teamwork, persistence and success.
- The WTW24 educational program features Chassis Update Sessions from 15 leading OEMs. Company representatives will cover important technical information about their vehicle chassis, design and powertrains. Attendees will also hear ideas and strategies to help improve efficiency, implement best practices and enhance operational growth. Key topics address market data and industry trends, vehicle engineering and compliance, government regulations, advance vehicle and fuel technology and more.
- All WTW24 registrants have the opportunity to attend free Workforce Development Sessions on March 6 and 7. Topics include:
- Exploring Ways to Maximize Your Talent Pipeline
- Empowering the Next Generation: Community Collaboration Opportunities
- Exploring Careers in Commercial Vehicles
- Ride & Drive offers opportunities to test drive or ride in commercial vehicles with the latest advanced fuels and technologies, sustainability offerings and propulsion options.
- The Generation Next Leadership Workshop features insights from Doug Cartland, president of Doug Cartland Inc., on how to lead your team successfully through change.
Green Truck Summit
This annual event provides insights, solutions and resources in support of the work truck industry’s drive toward achieving greater sustainability, productivity and efficiency. Green Truck Summit offers intensive programs from industry experts, government representatives, fleets, and vehicle and equipment manufacturers. Sessions address the evolution of the commercial vehicle landscape and the shift toward zero emissions continues to accelerate.
- Fleet perspectives on advanced vehicle technology adoption
- Chassis OEM insights on the changing vehicle fuel landscape
- Advanced fuels global market trends
- Electric vehicle upfitting safety
- Natural gas fuel options for work trucks
- Getting started with hydrogen and fuel cell technology
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