Future of the vocational truck industry on display at The Work Truck Show 2013

The first opportunity industry professionals have to see all the newest trucks, equipment, technology and components this year is The Work Truck Show 2013. More than 80 exhibitors have already started promoting new products they will introduce at the show. The Work Truck Show 2013 is held at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, IN, March 6-8. Educational programming, including the Green Truck Summit and more than 60 intensive educational sessions, starts March 5.

“This is the best show of the year for seeing all the latest products from across the work truck industry,” says Shawn Jacobs, 2013 NTEA Convention chairman and president & CEO of STS Trailer & Truck Equipment (Syracuse, NY). “In one place, you can check out everything from a new work truck body to an improved backup camera. There’s a good chance that something you see at the show this year will change the way you do business in the future.”

Attendees hoping to see all the new products and maximize their time in Indianapolis can download the Work Truck Show app, which is available for most mobile devices and will be updated for the 2013 show on Feb. 1. The app allows users to view the show’s floor plan, browse educational sessions, schedule appointments and find exhibitors featuring products in the New Product Spotlight or Green Product Showcase. To get it, scan the QR code at www.ntea.com/worktruckshow/index.aspx?id=25950 or visit www.guidebook.com/getit with a smart phone or device. Follow the prompts to download the Guidebook app. Then, open the app, select “Download Guides” and search for “The Work Truck Show.”

To see the most up-to-date list of new products, including detailed product descriptions, use the Work Truck Show app or go online to www.ntea.com/worktruckshow, select “2013 Floor Plan” from the “About the Work Truck Show” drop-down menu, and then click on “Featured Exhibitors.”

 

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