Work Truck Week will be held at Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis from March 7-10.

Work Truck Week will be held at Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis from March 7-10. 

Photo: NTEA/Work Truck

The dates are in! Work Truck Week 2023, designed to further the work truck community, will run March 7–10.

In recent news, Work Truck Week 2023 updated sessions have been announced.

NTEA has added exclusive sessions from five electric vehicle (EV) manufacturers to the Work Truck Week 2023 educational conference.

These EV sessions join the dozen OEM updates previously announced. During the sessions, manufacturer representatives will cover important technical information about their vehicle chassis, design and powertrains.

The Association also has released more information about the Special Session: Leadership Journeys – Highlighting Diverse Experiences.  

Join Us for 2023 Work Truck Week

Work Truck Week will be held at Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis in March. It encompasses Green Truck Summit, The Work Truck Show, Ride & Drive, and more.

Green Truck Summit takes place at JW Marriott Indianapolis, adjacent to Indiana Convention Center, on March 7.

Work Truck Week educational sessions run March 7–9 and Work Truck Show exhibits are open March 8–10. Ride & Drive, which lets attendees experience commercial vehicles featuring the latest advanced fuels and technologies, is available March 8–9. 

For more than 20 years, leading work truck chassis manufacturers have shared their latest chassis specifications and designs, reviewed body and equipment installation options and provided insight into future commercial vehicle plans during Work Truck Week OEM update sessions.

This information is invaluable to upfitters and body builders looking to optimize their body and equipment designs and installation plans. As new EV chassis manufacturers have come online, fleet and commercial customers are looking for upfitters who can provide solutions using the new platforms. 

“Our update sessions offer truck and body equipment manufacturers, installers and upfitters the opportunity to get the facts they need to support their end-user customers and manage their businesses,” explains Kevin Koester, NTEA managing director. “There are a lot of questions and concerns about how to upfit electric vehicles, and as North America’s premier commercial vehicle event, Work Truck Week is an ideal venue to facilitate these conversations.” 

Work Truck Week Update Sessions

The EV update sessions will be held on Thursday, March 9. Participating manufacturers are:

  • Lion Electric.
  • Cenntro Automotive Corporation, 
  • Lordstown Motors.
  • VIA Motors Inc. 
  • Xos Inc. 

Other OEM update sessions begin Tuesday, March 7, and run through Thursday, March 9. Participating companies include:

  • Chevrolet Commercial Vehicles. 
  • Daimler Truck North America.
  • Ford Pro.
  • Freightliner Custom Chassis.
  • Hino Trucks.
  • International Truck.
  • Isuzu Commercial Truck of America.
  • Kenworth Truck Company.
  • Mack Trucks.
  • Mercedes-Benz USA. 
  • Peterbilt Motors Company.
  • Ram Commercial. 

In addition to the OEM updates, the Work Truck Week 2023 educational program includes a variety of targeted sessions where 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.

For a full schedule, visit here

Work Truck Week 2022

Work Truck Week returned from going viral in 2022. It featured a 500,000-plus square-foot show floor, two-day ride-and-drive featuring 19 vehicles, and much more. Work Truck got to check out several trucks in person: the Ford F-650 and 2022 Isuzu F-Series

You can watch more about the event on the Truck Chat podcast

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