Work truck industry chassis manufacturers will gather Sept. 13–14 at Kalahari Resorts & Conventions (Sandusky, Ohio) to share the latest chassis and technical updates at NTEA’s Commercial Vehicle Upfitting Summit, formerly known as the Truck Product Conference.
This annual event is an opportunity for the technical community to preview commercial vehicle updates and engage with OEM engineers on critical upfitting issues. Industry professionals can learn about important changes to powertrains, electrical systems, chassis structures and other vehicle systems. Having the ability to speak directly with chassis OEM engineers and product specialists means practical support for upfitters.
“Commercial Vehicle Upfitting Summit provides a venue where upfitters and equipment manufacturers can collaborate with OEMs, obtain the latest technical information, and then apply those learnings into their product planning,” said Kevin Koester, NTEA managing director. “We’re excited to provide this connection point that helps upfitters develop new and innovative products their customers can use to get their work done.”
In addition to discovering the latest vehicle updates, attendees can participate in Q&A sessions with OEM technical representatives, network with other commercial vehicle professionals, and check out industry partner demonstrations.
Participating chassis manufacturers
- Daimler Truck North America
- Ford Pro
- GM Fleet
- Hino Trucks
- International Truck
- Isuzu Commercial Truck of America
- Peterbilt Motors Company
- Ram Commercial
- Toyota Motor North America
Industry Resource Demos
- NTEA Fleet Purchasing Outlook
- S&P Global Mobility
- WorkTruckCert vehicle certification software
Register for Commercial Vehicle Upfitting Summit by Aug. 11 to receive advance pricing ($199 NTEA member/$299 nonmember). After this date, rates increase to $229 member/$329 nonmember. Learn more at ntea.com/upfittingsummit.