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North American Commercial Vehicle Show Announces 2017 as its Inauguration

North American Commercial Vehicle Show Announces 2017 as its Inauguration

A major trade show aimed at the commercial vehicle industry begins later this year and will thereafter occur every two years.The North American Commercial Vehicle Show is a brand new concept in the commercial vehicle industry trade show category focused on fleet decision makers and influencers. Leading truck & trailer manufacturers and commercial vehicle parts & components suppliers will demonstrate their latest product offerings on the show floor.

NACV Show 2017 takes place at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta. The show opens on September 25 to attendees who have received an invitation from one of the show’s exhibitors and is open to all attendees from September 26 to September 28.

The Show is produced jointly by Hannover Fairs USA and Newcom Media USA. Leading truck manufacturers, such as Daimler Trucks North America, Navistar, Volvo Trucks and Mack Trucks, trailer manufacturers Great Dane, Utility, Hyundai and Manac, have booked exhibition space. Within the supplier category, Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems, Continental, Meritor, Eaton, Tenneco, Hendrickson, SAF Holland and DANA will be showcasing their latest products.
American Trucking Associations is onboard as one of the sponsors.

“As the nation’s foremost trucking industry association, it only made sense for ATA to support our supplier community, many of whom have committed to this endeavor,” ATA President and CEO Chris Spear said. “The North American Commercial Vehicle Show promises to be an excellent event and we are pleased to be a part of it.”

“The inaugural show is off to a very promising start,” said president and CEO of Hannover Fairs USA Larry Turner. “We expect to fully book all of the exhibition space by early 2017 as the North American commercial vehicle industry has responded favourably to this dynamic new event and how we have positioned it to meet the industry’s evolving needs.”