Coverage from the 2017 Truck Product Conference


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Vocational truck professionals were in Novi, Michigan during Sept. 26-28 for the unique opportunity to:
  • Discover new model year commercial vehicles.
  • Learn about product upgrades and launches.
  • Get an OEM perspective on upfitting solutions.
  • Strengthen their network of industry professionals.

presentations (posted as available by OEM)

Ford Commercial Vehicles
Freightliner Custom Chassis Corporation
Freightliner Trucks
General Motors Fleet
Hino Trucks
International Truck
Isuzu
Mitsubishi Fuso
Ram Commercial

Tuesday, Sept. 26:
International Truck | General Motors Fleet | Special displays

Wednesday, Sept. 27
Freightliner Trucks | Hino Trucks | Toyota | Freightliner Custom Chassis Corporation | Ram Commercial | Special displays

Thursday, Sept. 28
Isuzu | Mitsubishi Fuso | Ford

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Registration and housing are open for The Work Truck Show® 2018. More information at worktruckshow.com.

 
As part of an ongoing effort to support workforce development in the industry, NTEA will be presenting Truck Equipment 101, a training program covering all aspects of work trucks and the industry - from chassis and powertrains to bodies and cab styles. Sign up for notification when Truck Equipment 101 is released at ntea.com/te101.

During the International Truck session, attendees learned about the new innovations for DuraStar, WorkStar and the newest member of the severe service family — The HV Series. Reimagined from the inside out, it features refined ergonomic interior, improved sightlines, a Cummins L9 engine and their best-in-class Diamond Logic electrical system. View presentation



 
 

  

  
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Representatives presented technical information on Chevrolet and GMC chassis specifications, body installation and equipment mounting options. Attendees heard up-to-date information on body applications and products being offered by GM. View presentation

  
                                                                                                
  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Freightliner Trucks presented available options and features. View presentation




  

  
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Hino Trucks shared up-to-date technical content on its latest vehicle models. Attendees gained insights to help optimize body and equipment installation and designs. View presentation




  
  

  
  
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Toyota Motor North America Inc. presented the latest technical information on its 2017 Tacoma and 2018 Tundra models.




 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  
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Freightliner Custom Chassis Corporation shared up-to-date technical content on its latest vehicle models. Attendees gained insights to help optimize body and equipment installation and designs. View presentation




  
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Ram Commercial presented the most up-to-date technical information on chassis specifications and addressed issues that can affect installation of bodies and equipment. View presentation

  
  

  
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Isuzu Commercial Truck of America Inc. shared an introduction to its FTR and product enhancements to the N-Series. View presentation


    
  
  

 
 
 
 
 
 
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Mitsubishi Fuso presented new and updated technical details including chassis designs, specifications, and body installation/equipment mounting options for its diesel, gasoline, and all-electric models. View presentation


  
  
  

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Ford Commercial Vehicles presented product updates and its latest vehicle line innovations, as well as provided insights into current economic and business factors affecting the industry. View presentation





  

  
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Special displays
VRSim


IHS Markit

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As part of an ongoing effort to support workforce development in the industry, NTEA will be presenting Truck Equipment 101, a training program covering all aspects of work trucks and the industry - from chassis and powertrains to bodies and cab styles. Sign up for notification when Truck Equipment 101 is released at ntea.com/te101.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

As part of an ongoing effort to support workforce development in the industry, NTEA will be presenting Truck Equipment 101, a training program covering all aspects of work trucks and the industry - from chassis and powertrains to bodies and cab styles. Sign up for notification when Truck Equipment 101 is released at ntea.com/te101.