This article was published in the October 2021 edition of NTEA News.
North America’s largest work truck event returns in person to Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, Indiana, March 8–11, 2022, with an expanded format, new branding, and a familiar keynote speaker.
Building on the success of the 2021 virtual event, NTEA is adding a more robust online component and officially rebranding its annual industry gathering as Work Truck Week. During the 2022 event, The Work Truck Show® exhibit hall, Green Truck Summit, OEM updates and industry-focused education will be featured throughout the week, including NTEA Annual Meeting with keynote speaker Mike Rowe.
Educational sessions and Green Truck Summit begin March 8, and the exhibit hall is open March 9–11. Registration opens in October at worktruckweek.com.
“The last 18 months have demonstrated how resilient the work truck industry is and the critical role it plays in keeping the world running, even in the most challenging circumstances,” said NTEA Board Chair Jon Sievert, president – work truck solutions at Douglas Dynamics Inc. “Throughout the pandemic, the hard-working women and men in our industry have continued to step up, demonstrating their unwavering commitment. I can’t overstate how grateful we are for their efforts and how much we all are looking forward to getting together face-to-face again to share our experiences and plan for the future.”
Work Truck Week includes product displays, education, and multiple networking opportunities to help bring the industry together. The large exhibit hall encompasses offerings from all commercial vehicle industry segments, including chassis, bodies, aerial devices, snow and ice control equipment, accessories and components.
Green Truck Summit features intensive programs led by industry experts and fleet managers covering clean energy trends for commercial vehicles and operational insights for vocational truck fleets.
As part of the 2022 educational program, thought leaders and industry experts will share strategies to help attendees improve efficiency, implement best practices and grow their operations. In addition, leading OEMs will provide updates on the latest chassis specifications and options as well as future plans related to the work truck industry.
Sign up to be notified when WTW22 registration and housing open in October – visit worktruckweek.com/wtw22signup.
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