Fact sheet

  • Work Truck Week® is North America’s largest work truck event. It encompasses The Work Truck Show, Green Truck Summit, Ride & Drive, educational sessions, networking, and more.
  • NTEA – The Association for the Work Truck Industry, produces Work Truck Week.
  • Public and private fleet managers, equipment distributors, upfitters, manufacturers, truck dealers, and other industry professionals come to Work Truck Week to see the latest commercial vehicles and equipment, hear from leading chassis OEMs on vehicle changes and upfitting solutions, gain expert insights on advanced fuels and technologies, optimize commercial vehicle design and specification, meet with customers, collaborate with cross-functional teams, and find new business opportunities and competitive strategies.
  • Work Truck Week runs March 710 at Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, Indiana.
  • Green Truck Summit is March 7 at JW Marriott adjacent to the convention center.
  • Educational sessions run March 7–9. Work Truck Show exhibits are open March 8–10.
  • Ride & Drive, March 8–9, lets attendees experience commercial vehicles featuring the latest advanced fuels and technologies, sustainability offerings, and propulsion systems.
  • With new extended hours in 2023, the Work Truck Show exhibit hall displays the latest products from 500 companies covering all commercial vehicle industry segments.
  • Returning in 2023, New Exhibitor Pavilion showcases first-time exhibitors in a dedicated display space beyond the main exhibit hall March 8–9.
  • Green Truck Summit, NTEA’s full-day advanced fuels and vehicle technology conference, provides insights, solutions and resources in support of the work truck industry’s drive toward greater sustainability, productivity and efficiency.
  • Jennifer Rumsey, president and CEO of Cummins Inc., gives the Green Truck Summit keynote address.
  • Through the 2023 educational program, industry experts and thought leaders share strategies to help improve efficiency, implement best practices and grow operations.
  • Concurrent sessions address market data and industry trends, vehicle engineering and compliance, government relations, advanced fuels and vehicle technology, workforce development, and more.
  • Work Truck Week provides opportunities for industry professionals to connect, including Opening Reception, NTEA Annual Meeting, Generation Next Leadership Workshop & Networking Reception, and Green Truck Summit Reception.
  • Robert Herjavec, entrepreneur, author, and star of Shark Tank, serves as keynote speaker at NTEA Annual Meeting on March 9.
  • In-depth special sessions offer training on fleet management and increasing truck dealers’ commercial vehicle sales.
  • Leadership Journeys – Highlighting Diverse Experiences is an interactive panel of industry leaders discussing their pathways to leadership, including challenges and insights.
  • Indiana LTAP offers sessions for local transportation providers to learn about selecting equipment, while Purdue Road School delivers classes on Indiana statutes, rules and ethics for professional engineers.
  • Registered WTW and GTS Conference Package attendees can access some concurrent session materials on-demand after the event.
  • For a detailed schedule of events and to register, visit worktruckweek.com/schedule.
  • Official event hashtags are #worktrucks23 #worktruckweek #wtw23 #greentrucks23.