Just $50 Gets You Into an Exhibit Hall Like None You’ve Seen
Organizers of the Alternative Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo have opened registration for the event’s exposition hall. Attendees can visit the displays of more than 225 exhibitors for just $50. ACT Expo takes place May 4-7 at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas, Texas.
ACT Expo, organized by Fleets & Fuels publisher GNA – Gladstein, Neandross & Associates – is North America’s largest event for alternative fuels and transportation efficiency technologies.
New for ACT Expo 2015 is Trucking Efficiency Pavilion, and EDTA, the Electric Drive Transportation Association, is staging an Electric Drive Showcase. ACT Expo 2015 will include a broader-than-ever range of propane autogas solutions, and will once again host international natural gas exhibitors in collaboration with NGV Global.
TAT and NACFE Will Be There
Be sure to check out the ACT Expo 2015 interactive floor plan.
Also participating at ACT Expo 2015 is TAT: Truckers Against Trafficking is a nonprofit organization dedicated to raising awareness to combat human trafficking with initiatives including the mobile Freedom Drivers Project. GNA will donate a portion of the proceeds from every ACT Expo registration to TAT (F&F, February 3).
‘The Entire Gamut’
Another participant is NACFE, the North American Council for Freight Efficiency and the Richard Branson-founded Carbon War Room – their Trucking Efficiency initiative aims to double the freight efficiency of North American goods movement.
“Even more than at previous ACT Expo events, the 2015 show in Dallas will cover the entire gamut of alternative fuel and high efficiency vehicle options,” said Erik Neandross, CEO at GNA.
Organizers have also released details of three optional tours of Dallas-area clean transportation attractions taking place on the afternoon of Thursday, May 7.
ACT Expo conference registrations are discounted until March 13.
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Source: Gladstein, Neandross & Associates with Fleets & Fuels follow-up