FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. – More than 100 companies have announced plans to introduce new commercial trucks, bodies and truck equipment at The Work Truck Show 2020, North America’s largest work truck event.
Work Truck Week runs March 3–6 at Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, Indiana. Educational sessions, Green Truck Summit, and Manufacturer and Distributor Innovation Conference begin March 3. The exhibit hall opens March 4 and runs through noon on March 6.
New products on tap for the 20th anniversary Work Truck Show range from OEM chassis, vehicle components, technology and equipment to complete trucks. To learn more about some of the offerings slated to be introduced, visit the New Product Spotlight section at worktruckshow.com/floorplan. To date, 26 companies have scheduled press conferences at the Show, including seven OEMs: Crane Carrier Company, Ford Commercial Vehicles, Isuzu Commercial Truck of America Inc., Mack Trucks, Mitsubishi Fuso Truck of America, Nissan North America and Ram Commercial.
Preview the New Exhibitor Pavilion featuring 25 first-time Work Truck Show exhibitors. It’s open 9 a.m.–4 p.m. on Wednesday, March 4 and Thursday, March 5, and is located across from the Hall I exhibit hall entrance.
In addition to showcasing new products, The Work Truck Show 2020 offers many opportunities to see into the future of work trucks. For example, learn what 16 of the leading commercial vehicle OEMs have planned for 2020 and beyond at Work Truck Show-exclusive chassis update sessions. During each manufacturer’s session, company representatives share technical information about their latest chassis specifications and designs, and review body and equipment installation options. They also provide insights into their future plans related to the work truck industry. Chassis update sessions are part of the educational program March 3–5. A Conference & Trade Show Package registration is required to attend these concurrent sessions.
“Over the past 20 years, we’ve witnessed industry-changing technology, cutting-edge designs and all-new trucks be introduced at The Work Truck Show. Many of those products are regularly used today to deliver goods and services around the world,” says Steve Carey, NTEA president & CEO. “We’re looking forward to seeing what innovations our exhibitors will debut this year and learning what they have planned for the future.”
The Work Truck Show main exhibit floor covers more than 500,000 square feet with more than 500 exhibitors. Work Truck Week includes a robust educational conference with sessions designed to help attendees improve their operations. Anyone who works with commercial vehicles, including public and private truck fleet operators, manufacturers, dealers and equipment distributors, can find solutions to their business challenges at the Show.