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A verified 15,790 commercial vehicle industry professionals from 29 countries and all 50 U.S. states attended Work Truck Week 2024. Work Truck Show exhibit space was sold out, with 536 companies filling the exhibit hall and New Exhibitor Pavilion with the latest commercial vehicles, equipment and technology.

Mary Aufdemberg, general manager, product strategy and market development, Daimler Trucks North America, gave the keynote address at Green Truck Summit, NTEA’s full-day advanced vehicle and fuel technology conference on March 5. A verified 883 participants attended sessions focused on the commercial vehicle industry’s drive toward greater sustainability, productivity and efficiency.

Dozens of companies launched new products, partnerships and business units at Work Truck Week 2024, including REE Automotive Ltd. and Knapheide. They debuted an electric vehicle built on the REE P7-C chassis cab and upfit with a Knapheide KUV body.

Attendees had plenty of opportunities to get hands-on with new vehicles and equipment from 536 exhibiting companies in the Work Truck Show exhibit hall and New Exhibitor Pavilion.

Work Truck Week 2024 attendees explored commercial vehicles and equipment from all angles.

Innovative ways to showcase product features and technology developments included virtual reality, axe-throwing and live demonstrations.

Work Truck Week attendees got up close to commercial vehicles, bodies, equipment, components and technology from 536 companies.

Work Truck Week Ride & Drive let participants drive, ride in and explore 19 vehicles, including all-electric vans, trucks and chassis, as well as internal combustion vehicles featuring advanced technology.

Work Truck Week includes many networking opportunities. At Opening Reception, attendees could take to the Lucas Oil Stadium field for their own punt, pass and kick competition.

Green Truck Summit attendees wrapped up a full day of learning about clean energy developments with a networking reception.

NFL Hall of Fame running backs Emmitt Smith and Jerome Bettis entertained the NTEA Annual Meeting audience in a moderated discussion with NTEA Board Chair Jason Ritchey on March 7.

Making connections at Work Truck Week 2024.

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