Aug. 23 , 2017
Industry event

NTEA welcomes you to join us at the Truck Product Conference to look, to listen and to explore vehicle changes from leading chassis manufacturers. Scheduled Sept. 26-28, 2017, this year's annual event will be held at a NEW LOCATION - the Sheraton Detroit Novi Hotel in Novi, Michigan. Also new this year, attendees can view special displays during the event. Hotel discount ends tomorrow, Aug. 24. Book your room and register today.
GTA moves the industry forward
The Green Truck Association (GTA) offers vital resources to members on technologies to increase sustainability and efficiency.

Not a member? Join today. If you're a member, we encourage you to recommend GTA membership to other organizations committed to the green truck industry.

Contact us at 800-441-6832 or for more information.

EPA plans to revisit emissions rule on trailers, glider kits
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will revisit provisions in its Greenhouse Gas Emissions Phase 2 rule for medium- and heavy-duty trucks, specifically trailers and glider kits. Full story
Ryder partners with EV newcomer Chanje on service, sales
Ryder System Inc. announced it will become the exclusive sales channel partner and service provider for Chanje, a new medium-duty electric vehicle (EV) and energy services company based in California. Full story
Electric refuse trucks headed to Los Angeles
Motiv Power Systems announced an order for two battery-electric refuse trucks by the City of Los Angeles' Sanitation Department. According to the manufacturer, this marks the third metropolitan area in the United States that will utilize and benefit from Motiv-powered, zero-emission refuse trucks in their communities. Full story
DHL, Ford show off 'early build' larger electric van based on Transit
After announcing a collaboration with Ford some months ago to develop a heavier-duty electric delivery vehicle, Deutsche Post DHL Group and the automaker took the wraps off the Streetscooter Work XL in Cologne, Germany. Full story
Siemens to build 'electric highway' in Germany
The German state of Hesse is to build a 10 kilometer-long highway with overhead power lines that trucks can connect to at speed with a pantograph. Siemens Mobility will develop the line to supply electricity to hybrid trucks, which will then be able to operate twice as efficiently as they would when running on petrol or diesel. Full story
Sponsor the 2018 Green Truck Summit
Green Truck Summit, held in conjunction with The Work Truck Show, offers a variety of sponsorship opportunities to help your business market its products and services to the industry. View sponsorship opportunities.

Questions? Contact NTEA Director of Event Sales Kathy Swartzentrover at or 248-479-8908.

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