Jan. 24, 2018

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.

All GTA member companies must be NTEA members. Learn more about NTEA membership below.

Technology and fuel advancements: What's next for fleets
Join us at the 2018 Green Truck Summit to hear leading fleet visionaries present current and near-term emerging technology and fuel usage information as well as the impact on work trucks and buses. The Summit is held in conjunction with The Work Truck Show® and Fleet Technical Congress , on March 6.

General sessions: March 6
All concurrent sessions: March 6-8
Customized green truck sessions: March 7-8

Complete event information available at worktruckshow.com .

Ready to register? View pricing and registration options at worktruckshow.com/waystoregister Advance pricing ends Feb. 9, 2018.
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