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OEMs bring innovation to NTEA’s Truck Product Conference

The NTEA’s annual Truck Product Conference, featuring the latest updates from chassis manufacturers, is scheduled for Sept. 25–26 at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi MI.

The conference provides an opportunity for attendees to preview new model year work trucks and engage OEM engineers on critical upfitter modifications. Professionals in the commercial vehicle industry can learn about product changes and discuss integration topics. Having the ability to talk directly with chassis manufacturers is an invaluable experience that translates into practical support for a variety of conversion needs.

“Truck Product Conference allows our industry stakeholders to connect with OEMs on chassis updates that influence their approach toward building multi-stage commercial vehicles,” said Steve Carey, NTEA’s executive director.

“It’s become a highly-valued forum for gaining awareness of what’s coming and working through potential challenges.”

This year’s event features a dynamic, two-day program, with concurrent OEM presentations.

Participating chassis manufacturers

  • Ford Commercial Vehicles
  • Freightliner Custom Chassis Corporation
  • Freightliner Trucks
  • General Motors Fleet
  • Hino Trucks
  • International Truck
  • Isuzu Commercial Truck of America Inc.
  • Mercedes-Benz USA
  • Mitsubishi Fuso Truck of America Inc.
  • Peterbilt Motors Company
  • Ram Commercial
  • Toyota Motor North America Inc.
  • Western Star Trucks

Register for the conference by Aug. 31 to receive advance pricing ($149 for NTEA members, $249 for non-members). After this date, rates increase to $179 NTEA members and $279 for nonmembers.

Visit ntea.com/truckproductconference for details, or contact us at 800-441-6832 or [email protected]

 

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