NTEA Truck Product Conference to Feature 10 Leading Chassis Manufacturers

Grab a glimpse of new commercial truck offerings from 10 leading chassis manufacturers at the National Truck Equipment Association (NTEA) New Model Truck Product Conference, Sept. 17-19 at the Hyatt Regency Dearborn (Dearborn, MI).

The NTEA offers this exclusive, members-only preview each fall to give its members the opportunity to gather firsthand information from participating chassis manufacturers through truck displays and presentations regarding upcoming products and/or product enhancements.

At this year’s event, chassis manufacturers will be displaying:
· Dodge: Enhancements for Dodge Ram 3500, 4500 and 5500 Chassis cabs; Caravan/Grand Caravan Cargo Vans; and the Dodge Sprinter.

· Ford Commercial Truck: Next generation 2008 E-Series, 2008 F-650 and F-750 Super Duty with standard and optional upgrades, and 2008 Ford LCF.

· GM Fleet and Commercial: 2008 model Express/Savana commercial vans and cutaways. Also technical updates on Silverado/Sierra line of trucks as well as the Kodiak/Topkick.

· Isuzu Commercial Truck America: Latest features for the all-new 2008 N-Series.

·Sterling Truck Corporation: Body builder-relevant information for the L-Line, 360 and Bullet. On display will be an Acterra, LT7500, Sterling 360 and day cab and crew cab versions of the Bullet. Also discussed will be planned Environmental Protection Agency 2007 exhaust configurations, chassis information for each product, and the company’s body builder book and exhaust modification guidelines.

·Freightliner Trucks, International Truck, Mitsubishi Fuso Truck of American, Inc., Toyota Motor Sales USA, Inc., and Hino Trucks will also present and discuss the latest features and enhancements to their lineups for 2008.

Advance registration is $99 (by Sept. 7, 2007). On-site registration is $119. For additional information, visit the National Truck Equipment Association or call (248) 489-7090.

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