It’s time: WTS18 registration opens in October

This article was published in the September 2017 edition of NTEA News.

Registration for The Work Truck Show® 2018 goes live next month on worktruckshow.com. Scheduled Tuesday, March 6 through Friday, March 9, 2018, this annual event will take place at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, Indiana. Sessions begin March 6, and the exhibit hall is open March 7–9.

North America’s largest work truck event is your once-a-year chance to see the newest industry products, choose from a broad range of training courses, and gain access to engineering representatives from hundreds of exhibiting companies. Attendees can interact with thousands of industry professionals; set up meetings with current suppliers or customers; find solutions to resolve technical issues; and talk shop with peers at special events and receptions. The Show allows you to complete months’ worth of business in just a few days — all in one place.

Product launches, test-drive options and targeted educational content at The Work Truck Show 2017 attracted almost 11,800 attendees from all 50 U.S. states, plus Puerto Rico and 22 countries. Additionally, NTEA expanded exhibit hall space, making it the biggest event in Association history — and 2018 floor space is set to exceed all previous levels. The training program in store for the upcoming Show addresses a variety of important topics relevant to professionals in the commercial vehicle community.

Innovation
Leading industry products will be on display in the exhibit hall, including:

  • Truck chassis, bodies and equipment
  • Cranes and aerial devices
  • Power takeoffs
  • Snow and ice control equipment
  • Liftgates, cargo management solutions, and more

Industry education
The 2018 training curriculum will cover key issues, such as:

  • Workforce development
  • Government regulations
  • Industry trends and forecasts
  • Risk management

Learn more
Be among the first to know when registration opens in October; visit worktruckshow.com to sign up for notification. Join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter.