The commercial vehicles and equipment industry has grown and evolved significantly over the past decades. The NTEA’s Work Truck Week showcase brings it all together.
Every year, stakeholders from around the world come together for the National Truck Equipment Association’s (NTEA) Work Truck Week. This year’s event takes place from March 7 through March 10 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis.
Work Truck Week is a way for industry pros to highlight the latest advances and products, explore how they can further their knowledge and understanding of the trade, and think ahead in terms of how they can best improve it moving forward.
Hydra-Power Systems knows all about moving things forward. When performance and reliability are essential, it’s time to partner with us. We remain a trusted distributor of the world’s leading hydraulic and pneumatic suppliers, including SUN, SMC, Danfoss, Hydraforce, Schroeder, and Muncie.
With two distribution centers stocked with thousands of products ready for shipment at any time, you can count on us to quickly provide all necessary components that keep your power equipment running smoothly.
NTEA Work Truck Week: Innovation, Collaboration
Work Truck Week is not just an opportunity to catch up on the latest innovations; it’s also a chance for industry experts to exchange ideas and valuable insights with each other so that together we can help shape tomorrow’s power landscape for the better.
Here’s what you can expect at the work truck show:
- New equipment offerings from 500 exhibitors
- Info on truck OEM plans and upfitter solutions
- Info regarding operational improvement strategies
- Commercial vehicle design and specs
- Meet up with current and prospective customers
- Secure new business opportunities
- Collaborate with management, product, and engineering teams
The NTEA is the premier organization for the work truck industry. They’ve been leading the way since 1964, providing representation to more than 2,000 companies operating in commercial vehicle manufacturing and repair.
They offer members access to a wide array of resources, including technical information and education programs and services. They also host events such as this month’s Work Truck Week and the associated Green Truck Summit.
Their operations are headquartered near Detroit, with regional offices in Washington D.C., and Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. The NTEA has us all covered, no matter what corner of North America we’re in.
As for Hydra-Power Systems, we won’t be exhibiting at Work Truck Week, but we will be in attendance. Keep an eye out for members of our team as we enjoy the festivities, mingle with our colleagues and partners, and learn more about the future business plans of our industry peers. This is North America’s largest work truck event, and we’re excited to be there with you.