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Leading OEMs showcase new model year chassis at NTEA's 2019 Truck Product Conference
Conference attendees can preview new model year work trucks and discuss upfitter integration implications with OEM engineers. Industry professionals can learn about important product changes and review necessary chassis modifications. Interacting directly with OEMs allows participants to get the support they need to accommodate a variety of vehicle conversions.
"Stakeholders in the commercial vehicle industry come to Truck Product Conference to engage OEM representatives on upfitting-related issues," said Steve Carey, NTEA President & CEO. "They've come to rely on this collaboration for awareness of innovation on the horizon and guidance in building quality products that bring value to the end user."
This year's event features a streamlined, two-day program, with a series of concurrent OEM presentations.
Participating chassis manufacturers
• Ford Commercial Vehicles
• Freightliner Custom Chassis Corporation
• Freightliner Trucks
• General Motors Fleet
• Hino Trucks
• International Truck
• Isuzu Commercial Truck of America Inc.
• Mercedes-Benz USA
• Mitsubishi Fuso Truck of America Inc.
• Ram Commercial
• Toyota Motor North America Inc.
• Western Star Trucks
Register for Truck Product Conference by Aug. 15, 2019 to receive advance pricing ($179 NTEA member/$279 nonmember). After this date, rates increase to $209 NTEA member/$309 nonmember. Learn more at ntea.com/truckproductconference;
Established in 1964, NTEA – The Association for the Work Truck Industry represents more than 2,100 companies that manufacture, distribute, install, sell and repair commercial trucks, truck bodies, truck equipment, trailers and accessories. Buyers of work trucks and the major commercial truck chassis manufacturers also belong to the Association. NTEA provides in-depth technical information, education, and member programs and services, and produces The Work Truck Show The Association maintains its administrative headquarters in suburban Detroit and government relations offices in Washington, DC, and Ottawa, Ontario