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More than 65 product launches planned for 2010 Work Truck Show

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The convention, educational sessions and Green Truck Summit kick off March 9 in St. Louis.

| February 5, 2010

FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. – More than 65 exhibiting companies have announced that they will introduce new vocational trucks, hybrid and alternative fuel vehicles, vehicle components and a wide range of truck equipment at The Work Truck Show 2010. 

Some companies planning launches include Ford Commercial Truck, Nissan Commercial Vehicles, International Truck, Smith Electric Vehicles, Palfinger North America Group, Freightliner Custom Chassis, Supreme Corporation and Buyers Products. Others include:
  • Air-Flo Manufacturing, spreader
  • Airworks Compressors Corp., mobile air compressor
  • Altec Industries, hybrid digger derrick
  • ASA/Voyager Camera Systems, rear camera system
  • BeStar Technologies, back-up alarm
  • Boss Industries, hydraulic-driven compressor and PTO option
  • Buyers Products Company, underbody toolbox, spreader and rubber mud flaps 
  • Certified Power, rearview camera monitoring system
  • Chelsea Products, a division of Parker, PTO
  • Cole Hersee, low-voltage disconnect system
  • Collective Data, fleet shop management software
  • CSJ Distributing - Kleenoil Filtration, bypass filtration system
  • CTECH Aluminum Cabinets, aluminum tool drawer
  • Drake-Scruggs Equipment, production solutions software
  • DuraPlate Products by Wabash National, composite panel
  • Eberhard Manufacturing, die-cast handle
  • Elliott Equipment, aerial work platform
  • EZ Connector, electrical connection system
  • FORCE America, asset management system
  • Ford Commercial Truck, 2011 Super Duty truck
  • Freightliner  Trucks, Coronado Severe Duty truck
  • Golight, portable LED work light
  • Goodall Manufacturing, jump start unit
  • Great Plains Industries, security collar for fuel transfer tanks
  • Henderson Manufacturing, multiple-blade snow plow
  • Innovative Lighting, low-profile LED sidemarker lamp
  • InPower, vehicle control module system
  • InterMotive Vehicle Controls, anti-Idle system
  • Iowa Mold Tooling Co., propane truck body
  • Karmak, scheduling software
  • Leggett & Platt Commercial Vehicle Products, ABS wall panels, wireless charging holder
  • Meyer Products, snow plow
  • Muncie Power Products, PTO
  • Networkfleet, fleet management products
  • New England Machine Co., tailgate stairs
  • Odyne Systems, plug-in hybrid electric vehicle
  • Orscheln Products, electric throttle pedal
  • PEWAG Chain, chain system
  • Reelcraft Industries, urea dispensing reel
  • R-O-M Corporation, cargo tray
  • Safety Vision, mobile digital video recorder
  • Shanghai Xin Baien Industrial Co., multi-function lift gate
  • Sno-Way International, snow plow lighting system
  • Sortimo NA, multi-purpose double floor, multi-rack package
  • SoundOff Signal, safety lighting
  • STRATTEC Security Corporation, locks
  • Terex Utilities, hybrid system
  • Tommy Gate Company, tailgate equipment
  • TruckCraft Corp, aluminum dump body
  • VMAC, mobile compressor
  • Weather Guard/Knaack, saddle box and storage system
  • Wilcox Bodies Ltd., aluminum bodies
  • WorkSafe USA, dump truck and trailer safety support
  • Xantrex Technology, inverter charger
  • Zolatone Automotive Industrial & Marine, paint/coating
The Work Truck Show 2010 is held in conjunction with the 46th Annual National Truck Equipment Association (NTEA) Convention in St. Louis March 10-12. The convention, educational sessions and Green Truck Summit kick off March 9.
 
"As North America’s largest vocational truck event, the Work Truck Show has long been recognized as the best place to find the latest product and technology developments in the industry all under one roof,” says Allen Birmingham, NTEA Convention chairman and national sales manager of Tommy Gate Co., Phoenix. “It is a cost-effective opportunity for professionals who build, upfit, use or repair vocational trucks and trailers to compare new and existing products from hundreds of exhibiting companies.”
 
To learn more about products debuted at the show, visit the Exhibitor Floor Plan at www.ntea.com and click on “Featured Exhibitors” for a list of current participants.
 
Work Truck Show 2010 attendees are invited to vote for the product they consider the most innovative introduced through the New Product Spotlight program. Ballots for this New Product Innovation Award will be distributed with badges at the show.
 
Produced annually by the NTEA, The Work Truck Show showcases more than 500,000 square feet of Class 1-8 vocational trucks and equipment. It brings together thousands of work truck professionals, including fleet managers, equipment buyers, maintenance personnel, manufacturers, distributors and dealers.
 
For a complete event schedule, interactive floor plan, event registration, housing, and more, visit www.ntea.com or call 800-441-6832.

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