Tuesday, May 28, 2024
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Truck World kicks off at International Centre

(TORONTO) – Truck World, the premier trucking business trade show, is geared up for its highly anticipated 2024 event, promising an unparalleled experience for industry professionals. From April 18-20 at The International Centre, this event will showcase the latest advancements, cutting-edge technology and alternative fuel options, along with trends shaping the future of the trucking and transportation sectors.

NEW for 2024, Truck World’s GreenTECH Pavilion encourages attendees to learn, discover and network with companies dedicated to alternative fuel equipment, and sustainable products & technologies. Built out of the popularity of Truck World’s past “Greener Route” showcases, the GreenTECH Pavilion will showcase the latest in green products, advanced technologies and sustainable solutions across 100,000 square feet of dedicated space.

“As a one-stop-shop, Truck World offers an expansive show floor full of the latest in trucking innovation, as well as the chance for industry professionals to connect and learn more about emerging trends and best practices,” Joe Glionna, President of Truck World and Newcom Media. “In addition to featuring new and exclusive products, we’re thrilled to be opening our new GreenTECH pavilion, dedicated to educating and showcasing everything related to sustainable transport and alternative fuel options. As the largest trucking show in Canada, we’re paving the way for the future of transport, and recognize the importance of helping the industry better understand what greener solutions are available.”

Truck World is the only show to host the top names in the industry on the show floor, including Mack, Peterbilt, Volvo, Nikola, and International OE’s, all showcasing their latest innovations. With over 500+ top suppliers, attendees can learn about emerging technologies, industry trends, and best practices, learn more about alternative fuel options and watch new product demonstrations.

Additional new features for 2024 include a special, early-access workshop from 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. on April 18, with the North American Council for Freight Efficiency (NACFE), where attendees can learn more about the scaling of electric trucks across the industry. South Asian Day will be held on Friday, April 19, in celebration of the South Asian community and its importance to the Canadian trucking industry.

Plus, show attendees can expect the return of fan-favourite features like Ride & Drive, a free opportunity to experience commercial vehicles with the latest fuel technologies, including hydrogen, battery and electric during the first two days of the Show (Ride & Drive participation requires an AZ License); and the New Product Showcase, where they can explore some of the latest trucks, trailers, engines, parts, accessories, technologies and more in a dedicated section of the show floor.

Don’t miss out on the biggest trucking event of the year, happening April 18 and 19 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and April 20 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., at The International Centre (Halls 1-5).

Register online for $10, or at the door for $20. Visit www.truckworld.ca to learn more and to register.

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