NTEA sets dates for Truck Product Conference

Attendees to the NTEA’s Truck Product Conference, set for Sept. 16-18 at the adoba hotel Dearborn/Detroit in Dearborn, MI, will get an early preview of the next year’s vocational truck and chassis product offerings from 11 chassis manufacturers, the association said.

The event also offers presentations on product upgrades and launches from participating OEMs, as well as access to representatives who can answer technical questions about the vehicles on display.

During the conference, attendees can talk with product planners and ask questions about chassis updates that may impact upfitting and vehicle configurations. Participants will also have the chance to examine new models, learn key information on specifications and design, and hear details on critical issues affecting the industry.

“The Truck Product Conference is the industry’s foremost opportunity to examine upcoming chassis offerings and speak directly with product engineers on the latest advancements and integration solutions,” said Steve Carey, NTEA executive director.

Participating chassis manufacturers include:

  • Chevrolet & GMC Commercial Truck
  • Ford Commercial Truck
  • Freightliner Trucks
  • Hino Trucks
  • Isuzu Commercial Truck of America, Inc.
  • Kenworth Truck Company
  • Mitsubishi Fuso Truck of America, Inc.
  • Peterbilt Motors Company
  • Ram Commercial
  • Toyota Motor Sales USA, Inc.
  • Western Star Trucks

Register for the Truck Product Conference on or before Aug. 29, 2014 to take advantage of early bird registration prices ($99 for NTEA members and $198 for nonmembers). After Aug. 29, registration costs increase to $129 for NTEA members and $238 for nonmembers.

For more information or to register for the Truck Product Conference, visit www.ntea.com/truckproductconference or call 1-800-441-6832.

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