Navistar second to join NACV Show

The North American Commercial Vehicle Show (NACV Show) announced that Navistar has signed a commitment to exhibit at the inaugural NACV Show in Atlanta, GA, from Sept. 18-22, 2017.

Navistar also will exhibit at the 2019 & 2021 NACV Shows, demonstrating its International Truck brand at all three events. Navistar also joins the NACV Show exhibitor advisory committee.

“The NACV Show’s focus on the North American fleets market, trade press and its every other year cycle are the contributing factors that influenced our decision to exhibit,” said Navistar President & CEO Troy A. Clarke. “Navistar looks forward to utilizing the NACV Show to launch new products and to meet face-to-face with suppliers, fleet customers and industry press."

Senior vice president of truck sales and marketing Jeff Sass continued: “The NACV Show will be the foremost North American gathering place for anyone involved in the business of commercial vehicles. Navistar’s commitment to exhibit at the NACV Show is critical to our marketing strategy.”

Organized and produced jointly by Hannover Fairs USA (HFUSA) and Newcom Media USA (Newcom), the NACV Show will debut the latest innovations in the commercial vehicle industry and will offer visitors outstanding networking and new business opportunities. The first three biennial NACV Shows will be held in Atlanta.

“We are so excited to experience Navistar’s latest truck innovations at the launch of the NACV Show,” said president & CEO of HFUSA Larry Turner. “We fully support Navistar’s commitment to joining our industry leading exhibitor line-up.”

“The NACV Show is devoted to featuring ground breaking innovations from the world’s most important commercial vehicle brands,” added Joe Glionna, vice president of Newcom.

To register to exhibit or attend the 2017 North American Commercial Vehicle Show, visit the website or contact HFUSA Sales Director, Ethan Carter at [email protected] or (773)796-4250.

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