Seven leading chassis manufacturers - Dodge, Ford Commercial Truck, General Motors Fleet & Commercial Operations, International Truck and Engine Corporation, Isuzu Commercial Truck of America, Kenworth Truck Co. and Sterling Trucks - have announced that they will unveil new vocational trucks as well as product innovations at The Work Truck Show 2007. Dozens of other exhibitors will also debut new products and technology at the event.
The Work Truck Show 2007 is held March 7-9, 2007, in conjunction with the 43rd Annual National Truck Equipment Association (NTEA) Convention (March 6-9) at the Indiana Convention Center & RCA Dome in Indianapolis, IN.
“As the largest work truck event in North America, The Work Truck Show offers 450 exhibiting companies an unparalleled opportunity to display and demonstrate their latest developments to their distributors and to end-users,” says Tom Rawson, NTEA convention chairman. “As a result, work truck and equipment buyers from diverse industries can see and compare new products from a wide range of suppliers in one location.”
New products scheduled to debut at The Work Truck Show 2007 include: truck chassis, control systems, portable power systems, vehicle shelving, shrink tube connectors, plasma cutters, vocation-specific cranes, winch system grille guards, and shop management software, just to name a few. Check the Exhibitor List on NTEA.com, which is accessible from the home page, for exhibitors.