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Ntea Work Truck Week

Work Truck Week dates: 2023 through 2030

Sept. 6, 2022
The premiere event for work trucks that has met annually for over 20 years has chosen dates for the next decade.

NTEA—The Association for the Work Truck Industry released dates for Work Truck Week through March 2030 to help attendees and exhibiting companies make future plans. The event, which includes The Work Truck Show, Green Truck Summit, NTEA Annual Meeting, a ride-and-drive, educational conference, and networking activities, is held every March at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, Indiana.

  • Work Truck Week 2023 runs March 7–10, 2023
  • Work Truck Week 2024 runs March 5–8, 2024
  • Work Truck Week 2025 runs March 4–7, 2025
  • Work Truck Week 2026 runs March 10–13, 2026
  • Work Truck Week 2027 runs March 9–12, 2027
  • Work Truck Week 2028 runs March 7–10, 2028
  • Work Truck Week 2029 runs March 6–9, 2029
  • Work Truck Week 2030 runs March 5–8, 2030

Traditionally, educational sessions and the Green Truck Summit kick off the first day of Work Truck Week, and the Work Truck Show exhibit hall is open the following three days. The Opening Reception is on Tuesday evening, and the NTEA Annual Meeting with a keynote speaker takes place Thursday morning.

The expansive Work Truck Show exhibit hall encompasses offerings from all commercial vehicle industry segments, including chassis, bodies, aerial devices, snow and ice control equipment, accessories, and components. This year's panels included workshops on employee training, alternative fuels, and asset allocation. Reportedly, there will be over 500 exhibitors and several OEM panels for 2023.

Green Truck Summit features intensive programs led by industry experts and fleet managers covering electric vehicle (EV) innovations, how industries are moving toward zero emissions, global clean technology updates, government programs geared towards efficiency, and the latest data insights in the industry’s progress. 2022's Green Truck Summit's attendance went up by more than 50% and featured panels such as How Hydrogen and Fuel Cells will Affect Work Trucks, Upfitting Electric Vehicles: Work Truck Industry Challenges and Opportunities, and Global Influences on Green Vehicle Technology.

Registration for Work Truck Week 2023 opens in October. Sign up to receive email updates about the event, including when registration opens in the fall. 

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