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Jerome Bettis

Emmitt Smith

Jerome “The Bus” Bettis and Emmitt Smith, two of the National Football League’s greatest running backs, will team up as Work Truck Week 2024 keynote speakers at NTEA Annual Meeting on Thursday, March 7, 2024.

Steve Latin-Kasper, NTEA senior director of market data and research

Bob Raybuck, NTEA director of technical services
Steve Spata, NTEA senior technical assistance director

Some of the commercial vehicle industry’s foremost economics and technical experts work for NTEA and will share their insights during Work Truck Week Breakout Sessions on March 5.

Mary Aufdemberg, general manager of product strategy and market development for Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA), will deliver the Green Truck Summit keynote address on March 5, 2024. 

John Davis, creator, host and executive producer of MotorWeek, returns to Green Truck Summit 2024 as emcee and will moderate two new panel discussions, one with fleet leaders at the forefront of advanced vehicle technology adoption and another with top chassis manufacturers. 

Work Truck Week Ride & Drive lets attendees get hands-on and on-road experience with up to 19 vehicles, including all-electric vans, trucks and chassis, as well as internal combustion vehicles featuring advanced technology to improve fuel utilization and reduce greenhouse gases or particulate matter. Ride & Drive is free and open to all event attendees on a first-come, first-served basis March 6–7, from 11 a.m.–3:30 p.m.

New EVs, internal combustion commercial vehicles, and the components, equipment and services that make them more efficient and effective for a wide range of vocational applications will debut at Work Truck Week 2024. 

One of the top draws of Work Truck Week is the opportunity to get up close to the latest products from more than 500 exhibiting companies, including dozens that are introduced in the Work Truck Show exhibit hall.

The massive Work Truck Show exhibit hall showcases commercial vehicles, equipment and other products – many revealed during Work Truck Week – from 500 companies. It’s open March 6–8.

The Work Truck Show exhibit hall is packed with new commercial vehicles, equipment, products and technology from 500 exhibiting companies.

In addition to the main exhibit hall, New Exhibitor Pavilion is a dedicated display space for showcasing first-time exhibitors March 6–7. 

Attendees can experience commercial vehicles with the latest advanced technology and propulsion systems during Work Truck Week Ride & Drive March 6–7. No advance registration required.

Green Truck Summit, NTEA’s full-day advanced vehicle and fuel technology conference on March 5, provides information and resources in support of the commercial vehicle industry’s drive toward greater sustainability, productivity and efficiency. It offers intensive sessions led by industry experts, government representatives, fleets, and commercial vehicle and equipment manufacturers on clean energy trends and operational insights on the path to zero emissions.

Green Truck Summit is fuel agnostic and covers a wide range of advanced fuels and technology that reduce emissions and improve fuel economy. It is designed to help even the smallest operations make informed decisions.

Green Truck Summit wraps up with Bringing It Home – Green Truck Association Closing Session during which current and past leaders of NTEA’s Green Truck Association highlight key elements of the day’s sessions and discuss issues affecting the work truck industry.

The Work Truck Week 2024 educational program March 5–7 includes a range of in-depth Special Sessions and shorter Breakout Sessions focused on ideas and strategies to help improve efficiency, implement best practices and enhance operational growth.

Education is one of the core components that make Work Truck Week more than a trade show. The educational program includes a range of in-depth Special Sessions and shorter Breakout Sessions, including free Workforce Development Sessions developed in response to the industry’s ongoing challenges with employee recruitment and retention.

Only at Work Truck Week do the leading commercial vehicle manufacturers annually share their latest chassis specifications and designs, review body and equipment installation options and provide insight into future vehicle plans. This year, 15 OEMs are holding chassis update sessions.

Work Truck Week offers countless networking opportunities. The industry’s first major gathering of the year is Opening Reception at Lucas Oil Stadium on March 5.
More photos are available for download through our WTW23 album.