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EV Manufacturers to Provide Exclusive Updates at Work Truck Week

NTEA has added exclusive update sessions from five electric vehicle manufacturers to the Work Truck Week 2023 educational conference. These EV sessions join the dozen OEM updates previously announced. During the sessions, manufacturer representatives will cover important technical information about their vehicle chassis, design and powertrains.

The EV update sessions will be held March 9. Participating manufacturers are Cenntro Automotive Corp.; Lion Electric; Lordstown Motors; VIA Motors Inc.; and Xos Inc.

Other OEM update sessions begin March 7 and run through March 9. Participating companies include Chevrolet Commercial Vehicles; Daimler Truck North America; Ford Pro; Freightliner Custom Chassis; Hino Trucks; International Truck; Isuzu Commercial Truck of America; Kenworth Truck Co.; Mack Trucks; Mercedes-Benz USA; Peterbilt Motors Co.; and Ram Commercial.

Work Truck Week, North America’s largest work truck event, will be held at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis March 7-10. It encompasses the Green Truck Summit, The Work Truck Show, Ride & Drive and more. Green Truck Summit takes place March 7 at the JW Marriott Indianapolis, adjacent to the Indiana Convention Center. Work Truck Week educational sessions run March 7-9 and Work Truck Show exhibits are open March 8-10. Ride & Drive, which lets attendees experience commercial vehicles featuring the latest advanced fuels and technologies, is available March 8-9.

Kate Wade

Kate Wade is the managing editor of Utility Fleet Professional and Incident Prevention magazines. She has been employed by Utility Business Media Inc. since 2008.