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NTEA – The Association for the Work Truck Industry announced it will not be possible to produce Work Truck Week in its traditional in-person format next year. Work Truck Week will return to Indianapolis March 8–11, 2022

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UTA Convention Goes Virtual

The UTA Board of Directors has decided to hold the UTA’s 21st annual convention virtually this year, due to the guidelines mandated by the ongoing pandemic.

NTEA Sets Dates for Work Truck Week

NTEA – The Association for the Work Truck Industry announced Work Truck Week, North America’s largest work truck event, will return to Indianapolis in March 2021 and 2022.

TRALA Cancels 2020 Meeting

The 2020 Truck Renting and Leasing Association (TRALA) Annual Meeting, which was rescheduled for September 27-30, is cancelled.

NTEA Announces Virtual Truck Product Conference

The annual Truck Product Conference held by NTEA - the Association for the Work Truck Industry - will go virtual for 2020. The event is scheduled for September, with the exact dates, full schedule, and official list of participating OEMs still to be announced. 

Used Truck Association Announces 2020 Keynote Speaker

former NBA all-star Mark Eaton will deliver the keynote address at UTA's annual in November. The former auto mechanic turned NBA standout knows all about setting goals, staying optimistic, and keeping your eye on the ball at all times.

ICUEE Renamed As The Utility Expo

When utility professionals converge on Louisville, Ky.,  from Sept. 28-30, 2021, they will find more education, more equipment manufacturers and service providers with the utility industry in mind and an all-new name – The Utility Expo.

EUFMC Continues to Educate Amid COVID-19

While concerns about the health and safety of attendees during the COVID-19 pandemic forced the cancellation of the 2020 Electric Utility Fleet Managers Conference (EUFMC), the EUFMC educational program, a highly regarded tradition dating back to 1953, continues.