Organizers of the Heavy Duty Repair Forum have released their agenda for their 2022 conference, set for April 5-6, in Fort Worth, Texas.
This two-day event features a general session, vendor fair, educational conference and networking with leaders in the industry. Organizers say the event will focus on delivering collision repair trends, safety information, and updates on electric vehicles, alternative-fuel vehicles, and those equipped with advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS).
Highlights of the program will include presentations from 3M, Penske, Rivian, TEXA, Paccar, NGVAmerica, Women in Trucking, I-CAR, Ron Kuehn and many other collision industry leaders and repair experts. Organizers say the goal of the event is to bring together the leadership in the industry to drive change and prepare for the future. Attendees include executives representing collision repair facilities (shop owners and managers), OEM’s, insurance companies, independent appraisal firms, component and equipment manufacturers, service and equipment providers, as well as educators.
Networking opportunities are available throughout the event and include an evening reception at the close of day one offering those in attendance an opportunity to meet with peers and colleagues.