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Fall HD Repair Forum 2022 registration opens

Aug. 10, 2022
Occurring Sept. 26-27 in Cleveland, the conference for commercial vehicle repair professionals will share its location with the American Trucking Association’s Technology & Maintenance Council’s fall meetings.

Registration is open for Fall HD Repair Forum 2022 conference that will take place September 26-27 in Cleveland, Ohio. The conference will be co-located with the American Trucking Association’s Technology & Maintenance Council’s (TMC) fall meetings.

Attendees will be able to hear presentations and panel discussions about trends in the heavy- and medium-duty collision repair marketplace. Speakers include truck manufacturers, insurance carriers, and collision repair experts.

See also: Finding and retaining technicians: Understanding the supply and demand

The fall event will begin with a networking breakfast, followed by educational sessions aimed toward industry executives, shop owners and managers, insurance partners, and other business leaders. This year’s topics include ADAS repairs, Ford’s e-Transit in the medium-duty market, solutions to the technician shortage, welding newer substrates, and more.

Registration to the HD Repair Forum’s event in Cleveland will also include access to TMC’s s17 Heavy-Duty Collision Task Force’s meeting. The early bird rate is available for a limited time. To register, visit

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