Freightliner Exhibits Impressive Vocational Truck Lineup at NTEA Work Truck ShowFreightliner Trucks Severe Duty Newsletter
"We always look forward to the NTEA Work Truck Show and the opportunity to celebrate our vocational trucks. Work trucks serve countless different industries, and this show is a great way for customers to stay abreast of the innovations Freightliner Trucks is bringing to the market." — Richard Saward, general manager - vocational sales at Daimler Trucks North America.
Freightliner Trucks recently displayed a hardworking lineup of proven products at the annual NTEA Work Truck Show in Indianapolis. The event is a one-stop shop for all work truck industry professionals and is North America's largest assemblage of vocational trucks and transportation equipment.
Visitors to the Freightliner booth had access to a variety of vocational trucks for evaluation including:
- M2 106 All-Wheel Drive with Altec Utility Body
- 108SD with Godwin Municipal Dump/Plow
- 114SD VacCon Sewer/Vac Body
- 114SD CNG with Cummins ISL 12 G and Swaploader Roll-off Body
- 122SD Tractor with Olympic Loader Crane
Those who visited the Freightliner booth were able to get answers to technical questions, and learn about the latest industry information and innovations while interacting with their trade peers. The educational component, the NTEA Convention, also featured more than 60 intensive programs on upfitting, regulatory compliance and business management.
“We always look forward to the NTEA Work Truck Show and the opportunity to celebrate our vocational trucks,” said Richard Saward, general manager — vocational trucks at Daimler Trucks North America. “Work trucks serve countless different industries, and this show is a great way for customers to stay abreast of the innovations Freightliner Trucks is bringing to the market.”
The NTEA Work Truck Show had over 450 exhibitors on hand to showcase products and technologies. Approximately 90 new products were launched at the event. The NTEA Work Truck Show draws thousands of industry professionals every year under one roof, including work truck equipment manufacturers, distributors, dealers, fleet managers, leasing companies, government buyers, and more. There are opportunities for enhancing professional development, finding ways to maximize productivity and profitability, seeing the newest products and learning about the latest industry developments.