Green Hour, Advanced Chassis Updates at Work Truck Week™ 2021 highlight path toward zero emissions

Registrants can now access event platform, see exhibitor listings and schedule
By: NTEA
 
FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. - Feb. 2, 2021 - PRLog -- The momentum toward zero-emission commercial vehicles continues at Work Truck Week 2021 (WTW21). The event will feature Green Hour educational sessions March 9–11 on reducing emissions and improving fuel economy, including a keynote presentation by Paul Rosa, senior vice president of procurement and fleet planning for Penske Truck Leasing. Ten work truck OEMs will talk about current and future battery-electric vehicles and technology during Advanced Chassis Update Sessions March 12.

WTW21 is a reimagined way to connect the commercial vehicle community and provide the product news, market trends and operational insights the industry has come to expect from The Work Truck Show® in a virtual environment. It runs online March 8–12, 2021.

Exhibitors will share the latest information on work trucks, equipment and other new products through their listings, which may include live demos, presentations, visuals and downloadable content, as well as contact information. Event registrants will create a WTW21 planner (https://www.worktruckshow.com/wtw21planner) and access exhibitor listings at wts21.mapyourshow.com. On-demand access for registered attendees is available through April 9.

Advanced Chassis Update Sessions
Battery electric vehicle manufacturers will share insights into their current offerings as well as future plans related to battery electric truck technology and how it's impacting the work truck industry.
  • Bollinger Motors will present an overview of CHASS-E and DELIVER-E, its Class 3 all-electric chassis platforms.
  • BrightDrop will discuss its integrated ecosystem of connected and electrified products and services that improve first- to last-mile delivery.
  • Ford Commercial Vehicles will talk about the new, all-electric E-Transit.
  • Freightliner Custom Chassis will introduce the MT50e all-electric commercial chassis.
  • Freightliner Trucks will give an update on its path to battery electric commercial vehicles, including information about ePowertrains and early deployments of Class 6–8 vehicles.
  • Hino Trucks will discuss its development path to zero emission vehicles, ranging from Class 4–8.
  • International Truck Advanced will discuss why going beyond the vehicle is necessary for a successful electric fleet.
  • Kenworth Truck Company will share progress on the development of alternative powertrain technologies focusing on battery electric vehicles and hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles.
  • Mack Trucks will give an electric mobility update.
  • Peterbilt Motors Company will share an in-depth review of its electric vehicle lineup, including Models 579EV, 520EV and 220EV. Additionally, Peterbilt representatives will discuss infrastructure planning and setup, and introduce Peterbilt's dedicated resources for electric vehicle spec'ing and funding opportunities.
Registration is required to attend any Green Hour or Advanced Chassis Update session, as well as other educational sessions and live demos. Register at worktruckshow.com (http://www.worktruckshow.com/register)/register[EH1] . For questions, email info@ntea.com.

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