Walking IAA 2016, the world's largest truck show

Sept. 27, 2016
Here are just a sampling of IAA 2016's highlights.

Every other year global truck manufacturers gather in Hannover, Germany for a celebration of commercial vehicles now known only by its initials IAA.  Spanning over a dozen buildings, the displays range from the smallest components to the heaviest haulers.  Current products in bright graphics mix with flashy hi-tech concept vehicles during two days of press conferences for a global media audience followed by crowds of truck buyers and tire kickers.  Here are just a sampling of IAA 2016's highlights.

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Jim Mele

Nationally recognized journalist, author and editor, Jim Mele joined Fleet Owner in 1986 with over a dozen years’ experience covering transportation as a newspaper reporter and magazine staff writer. Fleet Owner Magazine has won over 45 national editorial awards since his appointment as editor-in-chief in 1999.

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