ACT Research prepares for 58th commercial vehicle seminar

ACT Research will hold its 58th commercial vehicle seminar from Feb. 27 to March 1 in Columbus, Ind. The seminar will be sponsored exclusively by ConMet.

“The stage is set for some monumental changes in the North American transportation industry. New technologies continue to be accepted and developments for future technologies make industry headlines daily,” says Ken Vieth, ACT Research senior partner and general manager. “We are honored to host top-level executives from OEMs, fleets, and suppliers at our seminars and to give attendees the opportunity to hear about these developments and their impact on the industry from those in the boardrooms and those in the field.

“We are also delighted to have ConMet, a leading global supplier of engineered components for the commercial vehicle industry, as the exclusive sponsor. For many years, ACT has worked closely with ConMet, a company that is at the forefront of innovation in the commercial vehicle industry.”

ConMet’s Vice President of Metals Engineering, Bryan Williams, will identify and discuss some of the key transformational trends that are influencing our industry from a tier-1 supplier’s perspective, and how ConMet is harnessing its capabilities and the power of collaboration to develop value-added solutions to drive the transformation forward. Williams joins other top executive guest speakers from Daimler Trucks North America and XPO Logistics, as well as Omnitracs, The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Great Dane, Ridge Corporation, Cummins, Werner, Paper Transport, Garner Trucking, and ACT Research to discuss highly relevant CV topics involving supply chain, e-commerce, and the last mile, ACT states.

“ConMet is honored to not only be a part of ACT Research’s 58th commercial vehicle seminar but to also sponsor such a respected industry event,” says Williams. “As we collectively move towards an age of connectivity and electrification, events such as this seminar are more important than ever to promote the continued growth and progression of the commercial vehicle industry.”

To read more about ACT’s 58th seminar or to register, please CLICK HERE.

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