The annual NTEA Work Truck Show is now Work Truck Week, an online event that brings together the latest commercial vehicle news, market trends and more. It takes place online March 8–12, 2021.
For more than 20 years, commercial truck manufacturers, distributors, upfitters and fleet managers have come together at The Work Truck Show® to see what’s new, hear what’s coming and learn from each other the latest trends and ways to improve their operations and increase efficiency.
“Although we can’t gather in person, we know it’s more important than ever to provide opportunities for connection and insight,” says Steve Carey, NTEA president & CEO. “WTW21 showcases the innovations, solutions and people driving the future of the commercial vehicle industry, while prioritizing health and safety.”
OEM Update Sessions
Among the highlights of the event, 13 of North America’s leading commercial vehicle manufacturers have exclusive OEM Update Sessions during Work Truck Week 2021 (WTW21) Tuesday, March 9–Thursday March 11.
During each OEM Update Session, 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 information OEMs provide during these sessions is invaluable to upfitters and body builders as they optimize body and equipment design and installation, and plan for future engineering changes to vehicles,” says Kevin Koester, NTEA senior director. “Nowhere else can industry professionals hear directly from such a wide range of leading work truck OEMs about the status, timing and impact of their current and future vehicle plans.”
Participating chassis manufacturers include Crane Carrier Company, Ford Commercial Vehicles, Freightliner Custom Chassis Corporation, Freightliner Trucks, General Motors Fleet, Hino Trucks, International Truck, Isuzu Commercial Truck of America Inc., Kenworth Truck Co., Mack Trucks Inc., Peterbilt Motors Company, Ram Commercial and Western Star Trucks.