Work Truck Week 2022 took place March 8-11 in Indianapolis. After going virtual in 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the show once again took over the Indiana Convention Center for a live and in-person event.
This year’s attendance was down slightly compared to 2020 (about 7%), but still boasted a verified 12,696 total attendees. Green Truck Summit, however, shattered records with a 58% increase, or 835 attendees.
“Work Truck Week has always been the commercial vehicle industry hub, but this year felt extra special in light of everything we have been through since March 2020,” Steve Carey, NTEA president & CEO, said. “People were excited to be together, shake hands, share ideas, and explore the latest trucks, equipment, and technology. In many ways, it delivered the sense of normalcy our industry needed.”
Work Truck Week features a 500,000-plus square-foot show floor, two-day ride-and-drive featuring 19 vehicles, Green Truck Summit, educational sessions, press conferences, ample networking opportunities, and more.
After a year virtual, the vibe was “electric,” as was the theme of many announcements throughout the week. Check out the gallery for more!
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