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Work Truck Show 2003 Provide Forum for Learning, Networking

December 18, 2002

The Work Truck Show 2003 is prepared for its March 3–5 run at Atlanta’s Georgia World Congress Center, featuring educational and networking opportunities, as well as the latest advances in commercial truck and transportation equipment technology, . The event is designed to provide fleet managers with the resources they need to improve productivity and profitability. The show is held in conjunction with the 39th Annual National Truck Equipment Association (NTEA) Convention (March 2–5).According to the NTEA, as the only place to see commercial trucks and transportation equipment from Classes 1 through 8, including chassis, bodies, aerial devices, snow and ice control, accessories and components, and more, the Work Truck Show provides a forum for fleet managers, truck equipment dealers, leasing company representatives and other industry professionals to examine the latest product and technology developments. The event is open to anyone involved in buying, selling or using commercial vehicles and equipment. More than 450 exhibitors, including 12 of the world’s leading chassis manufacturers, are anticipated. Exhibiting companies include commercial truck and transportation equipment manufacturers, distributors and other companies.Because many exhibitors staff their booths with technical personnel, they can also provide attendees with personalized spec’ing assistance right at the show.The annual event is produced by the NTEA — the industry resource for fleet professionals engaged in the specification, acquisition and administration of truck fleets.Trade show hours are 11:00AM–5:00PM on Monday, March 3; 11:00AM–5:00PM on Tuesday, March 4; and 10:00AM–2:30PM on Wednesday, March 5.
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