Coverage from Truck Product Conference


Work truck industry professionals were provided the unique opportunity to preview new model year work trucks and engage OEM engineers on critical upfitter modifications during this conference. Please note: Registrants will receive an email with a link to available presentations.

TUESDAY, SEPT. 17

Ram Commercial | Freightliner Trucks | Isuzu | Mercedes-Benz USA | General Motors Fleet | Opening reception

WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 18

Freightliner Custom Chassis Corporation | Hino Trucks | Toyota | International Truck | Mitsubishi Fuso | Western StarFord Commercial Vehicles
Crane Carrier Company demo truck display

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During the Ram Commercial session, attendees learned about new innovations and unique product features, as well as explored specialized resources and engaged engineering specialists.

 

 
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Freightliner Trucks covered cover available options and features.






 

 

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Isuzu Commercial Truck of America provided product updates and had chassis on display with product experts to answer technical questions.


 

 
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Mercedes-Benz presented the latest product information and model lineup for the 2020 Sprinter and Metris vans. In addition, presenters covered engineering guidelines for upfitters and review the Mercedes-Benz online
resource, upfitterportal.com.


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The team presented timely technical details on chassis specifications, design, body installation and equipment mounting options, as well as future plans related to the work truck industry.


 

 
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Opening reception
 
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Freightliner Custom Chassis Corporation shared up-to-date technical content on its most recent vehicle models. Participants gained insights to help optimize body and equipment installation and design.




 
 

 


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Hino Trucks provided technical updates on its latest vehicle models and offered perspective to streamline the upfitting process.




 
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Toyota Motor North America featured its 2019 Tundra and Tacoma models.

 
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Crane Carrier Company featured its Low Entry Tilt 2 crew cab (LET2 CC) as demo display.




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International Truck gave a product update on the CV 515 Series, MV 607 Series and HV.
 
 

 


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Mitsubishi Fuso Truck of America presented the latest technical details (including chassis designs, specifications, and body installation/equipment mounting options) on its vehicle models.

 
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The Western Star Trucks presentation covered available options and features.





 
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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.




 

 
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NEWLY-RELEASED NTEA’s second TE201 course addresses commercial vehicle powertrains, including horsepower and torque, engine function and alternative propulsion, power and torque transfer by the transmission, and driveline and axle. Learn more.