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Chassis manufacturers to showcase next year’s models at NTEA Truck Product Conference

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NTEA members can network with other industry professionals, look under the hood of new models and learn how chassis manufacturers resolve challenges.

| July 13, 2010

FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. – Gain direct access to new model chassis and the engineers who design them at the National Truck Equipment Association’s New Model Truck Product Conference, scheduled Sept. 13–15 at the Hyatt Regency Dearborn in Dearborn, Mich. This members-only event is the place to see new model year changes firsthand; learn key information on specifications and design; and gain details on critical issues affecting the industry.

Also, NTEA members can network with other industry professionals, look under the hood of new models, and learn how chassis manufacturers resolve challenges.

Participating chassis manufacturers include:

• Ford Commercial Truck
• Freightliner Trucks
• General Motors Fleet and Commercial Operations
• Hino Trucks
• International Truck
• Isuzu Commercial Truck of America
• Kenworth Truck Company
• Ram Trucks
• Toyota Motor Sales USA
• Western Star Trucks

NTEA members can register for the Truck Product Conference on or before Sept. 3 for early bird conference discounts of $99. After Sept. 3 registration costs increase to $119.
 

 

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