Check out the news from a record-setting Work Truck Week

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Updated Mar 21, 2024
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Work Truck Week 2024 brought more than 15,000 industry professionals from 29 countries and all 50 U.S. states to Indianapolis in early March. 

"Work Truck Week 2024 was more than a trade show — it was a complete commercial vehicle experience," says Steve Carey, NTEA president and CEO. "You could feel the energy throughout the exhibit hall, educational sessions, Ride & Drive, and even just walking from place to place. The commercial vehicle industry has taken ownership of the week and has made it the epicenter for showing off the best the industry has to offer every year. The dedication and passion of our exhibitors and attendees has driven the continued expansion of Work Truck Week." 

Organizers say the exhibit space sold at as 536 companies filled the hall and pavilion with the latest commercial vehicles, concepts, equipment, components and technology

Work Truck Week kicked off with the Green Truck Summit, a full-day advanced vehicle and fuel technology conference on March 5. It drew 883 particpants for sessions focused on the industry's sustainability, productivity and efficiency. 

The week also included educational sessions focused on ideas and strategies to help improve efficiency, implement best practice and enhance growth, including a session on what exactly the California Air Resources Board wants from customers

Work Truck Week 2025 returns to Indianapolis March 4-7. 

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