One of the goals of GTA is to help members better understand this growing industry with its emerging technologies, products and initiatives. In order to remain “in the know” of the latest developments, we offer world-class education and training by industry experts, including fleet managers, government officials, and leaders in the alternative fuels movement with real-world experience working with green technologies and commercial vehicles.
These quality educational opportunities benefit:
- Component suppliers
- Government organizations
- Chassis manufacturers
- Truck buyers
- Anyone interested in the green work truck industry.
THE GREEN TRUCK SUMMIT
This conference is considered the industry’s foremost educational forum on how the “green revolution” impacts vocational trucks. The Summit provides a wealth of information for work truck industry professionals, overviewing hybrid and alternative fuel technologies, applications for commercial vehicles and results of real-world deployment in fleet operations.
General and breakout sessions are led by top industry and government experts and “early adopters” who share their experiences, challenges and successes in implementing green technologies. The Summit is held in conjunction each year with The Work Truck Show, North America’s largest work truck event.
The Green Truck Summit is produced by NTEA, the association for the work truck industry.
THE WORK TRUCK SHOW®
The Work Truck Show, North America’s largest work truck event, offers the ultimate opportunity for all work truck industry professionals to meet with suppliers, gain answers to critical technical questions and interact with thousands of industry peers. In addition, products from hundreds of exhibiting companies are displayed on the tradeshow floor, covering 500,000 square feet.
The Work Truck Show is held in conjunction with the annual NTEA Convention and offers more than 60 intensive world-class training opportunities. Each year, sessions include the newest innovations and developments in the industry. This must-attend event also features specific programs targeted to how the work truck industry is "going green."