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Online registration open for North American Commercial Vehicle Show


Wednesday, April 26, 2017
by THE TRUCKER STAFF

Organizers said the North American Commercial Vehicle Show is a new concept in the commercial vehicle industry trade show category focused on fleet decision makers and influencers. (Courtesy: NACV)
Organizers said the North American Commercial Vehicle Show is a new concept in the commercial vehicle industry trade show category focused on fleet decision makers and influencers. (Courtesy: NACV)

ATLANTA — Online registration is now open for the inaugural North American Commercial Vehicle Show (NACV Show), a commercial vehicle industry trade show focused on truck and trailer manufacturers and commercial vehicle parts and components suppliers.

The show is scheduled for September 25-28 at the Georgia World Congress Center here.

More than 95 percent of the show’s exhibition space is booked, organizers reported Tuesday.

“To receive complimentary admission to the NACV Show, we encourage all fleet managers to contact their key vendors for a customer code that they can utilize when registering online,” said Larry Turner, President & CEO of Hannover Fairs USA and co-organizer of the NACV Show.

Organizers said the show is a new concept in the commercial vehicle industry trade show category focused on fleet decision makers and influencers.

It is not intended for company drivers or owner-operators.

“Our floorplan is very comprehensive and easy to navigate for attendees who want to pinpoint exhibitor booths and product categories before visiting the show.”

OEMs including Daimler Trucks North America, Navistar, Volvo and Mack are exhibiting at the show; Peterbilt and Kenworth are not.

Trailer manufacturers Great Dane, SAF Holland, Stoughton Trailer, Utility Trailer Manufacturing Co. and Western Trailers will showcase trailers.

Commercial vehicle suppliers such as Tenneco, Bosch Auto Parts, Cummins, Dana, Dane Holding, Meritor and Hendrickson also will exhibit new parts and components.

Turner said joining the equipment manufacturers and suppliers will be the NACV Show’s key association partners, including the American Trucking Association, the North American Council for Freight Efficiency, Heavy Duty Manufacturers Association and NGV America (Natural Gas Vehicles for America).

The complete list of exhibitors is located at http://nacvshow.com/current-exhibitors/

“This is the place to be in September to experience everything new the commercial vehicle industry’s leading brands have to offer,” said Joe Glionna, president of Newcom and co-organizer of the show. “We expect fleet management leaders and influencers from around the world will convene at our inaugural trade show to conduct one-on-one meetings with their favorite equipment providers, to connect with new suppliers and to invest in the latest trucks, trailers and commercial vehicle parts and components.”

The show opens on Monday, September 25 to attendees who have received an invitation from one of the show’s exhibitors and is open to all attendees from Tuesday, September 26 to Thursday, September 28.

To register, visit www.nacvshow.com and go to the About the Show tab.

 

 

 

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