Registration Is Open for Event with the NTEA Work Truck Show
The Green Truck Association – an affiliate division of NTEA – is stepping up promotion of the Green Truck Summit, with takes place in conjunction with the NTEA Work Truck Show this coming March at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis.
The Green Truck Summit runs March 1-3 while the Work Truck Show itself takes place March 2-4.
The Green Truck Summit runs March 1-3 in conjunction with the NTEA Work Truck Show March 2-4 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis.
“The upcoming Green Truck Summit is set to deliver the latest on clean energy innovations for commercial vehicles,” NTEA managing director Doyle Sumrall says in a the association’s recent registration announcement. “It’s a pivotal time in the work truck industry as we advance technology and government regulations gain momentum.”
New for 2016, he notes, is an expanded curriculum uniting Green Truck Summit and Work Truck Show concurrent sessions, with topics including
- latest developments on Phase Two greenhouse gas regulations;
- information on economic benefits of commercial vehicle lightweighting;
- data security tips when collecting critical information via telematics; and
- driver behavior and its influence on fuel management.
NTEA managing director Doyle Sumrall
Sessions will include real-world experiences from fleet managers on the proper selection and deployment of new truck technologies.
Freightliner is the Presenting Sponsor of Green Truck Summit 2016.
The Work Truck Show ride-and-drive, sponsored by Hino Trucks, takes place on the afternoons of Wednesday, March 2 and Thursday, March 3.
Jay Leno is the breakfast keynote speaker at the Work Truck Show on March 2.
Registrations are discounted until February 12.
NTEA, the Association for the Work Truck Industry, is also known as the National Truck Equipment Association.
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Source: NTEA/Green Truck Association with Fleets & Fuels follow-up