North American Commercial Vehicle Show
NACV Show heralded as ‘big hit’
ATLANTA, GA -- The inaugural North American Commercial Vehicle Show (NACV Show) is being heralded as a success after drawing thousands of unique visitors during the four-day event in Atlanta, Georgia. Co-organized by Hannover Fairs USA and Newcom, the September 25-28 event hosted 439 exhibitors and featured 370,000 square feet of sold-out exhibition space at the Georgia World Congress Center. "The NACV Show's B2B concept was a real hit with our attendees who gave us high marks for launching such a global showcase," said Larry Turner, president and Chief Executive Officer of Hannover Fairs USA. "We are happy with the results," added Joe Glionna, president of Newcom, which also publishes Today's Trucking among other titles. "A lot of things worked ...
New truck show all about business
TORONTO, ON -- The North American Commercial Vehicle Show (NACV Show) won't look like other trucking events across the U.S. when the doors open from September 25-28. There will be no recruiting pavilion; no show and shine competition. Not even drivers walking the halls. But when the inaugural event opens in Atlanta, Georgia, it will feature an undeniable focus on the business of trucking.
Event to show how to run on less
NEW YORK, NY - Seven fleets that collectively operate about 11,000 power units and 26,000 trailers have signed on to participate in Run on Less - a fuel-efficiency demonstration that runs September 6-28 and wraps up at the inaugural North American Commercial Vehicle Show in Atlanta, Georgia.The event is being run by the North American Council for Freight Efficiency, which has already developed a library of "confidence reports" that quantify the benefits realized through different fuel-saving technologies.