NTEA 2015 event draws 11005 industry professionals from all over the world ... - Trailer/Body Builders

This year’s event featured 11,005 industry professionals from all 50 states, eight Canadian provinces, and 23 countries, breaking the Show’s previous attendance record of 10,408 set in 2012. The Work Truck Show 2015 was held March 4–6, with... It is America’s largest work truck show and is produced annually by the National Truck Equipment Association (NTEA). Mercedes-Benz Vans revealed its new Metris mid-size van to the world at the Show on March 4. Other announcements creating buzz in Indianapolis were the unveiling of the Ford F-750 Tonka dump truck, Hino Trucks’ move into the Class 4 market with... The Work Truck Show returns to the Indiana Convention Center March 2–4, 2016, with educational sessions and the concurrent Green Truck Summit kicking off March 1. Registration opens in October. The Work Truck Show brings together more than 11,000 truck fleet managers, manufacturers, distributors, dealers, equipment buyers, and maintenance personnel annually, and features the newest vocational trucks, vans, components and equipment. Also at this year’s Show, Jeffrey Messer, president of Messer Truck Equipment of Westbrook, Maine,. Source: trailer-bodybuilders.com