Green and fleet education combined at The Work Truck Show
Are you a fleet manager or industry professional looking for insight into clean commercial vehicles and/or solutions to enhance fleet operations?
New for 2019, the combined
Green Truck Summit and Fleet Technical Congress
covers both topics and more. The events will run on the same schedule with their own opening comments and dedicated keynote speakers followed by general sessions. Registrants can easily switch back and forth between the two, based on preferred topic areas, throughout the day.
Learn more and register
the exhibit floor,
and innovate with expert insights and training, and
the industry at networking events, March 5-8, 2019 at Indiana Convention Center (Indianapolis, Indiana). Contact NTEA (800-441-6832 or
) with questions.
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