The commercial fleet event will be held from Sept. 28 to Sept. 30 in Atlanta.

The commercial fleet event will be held from Sept. 28 to Sept. 30 in Atlanta.

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The North American Commercial Vehicle Show will be held on September 28-30, at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta. The NACV Show 2021 allows fleets and other stakeholders in the commercial vehicle industry to engage with global exhibitors and experience emerging technologies, maintenance solutions and components.

NACV Show 2021 will include multiple education sessions, including a presentation by the North American Council for Freight Efficiency (NACFE) and RMI of the results of Run on Less - Electric, a three-week roadshow that will showcase electric trucks in everyday operation.

This culmination of the Run on Less – Electric program will feature feedback and analysis from the 10 dedicated study drivers and educational sessions from the OEMs, technology providers, fleet management and shipping companies participating in this year’s study. 

“As we did in 2017 and 2019, this third Run will now allow us to share benefits and challenges that pioneering companies are experiencing with early deployment of battery electric trucks. Those pioneers will be with us in Atlanta to help share their knowledge and experience with attendees so they can learn directly from them," said Mike Roeth, executive director of the NACFE in a press release.

Attendees will hear from today’s thought leaders and technology innovators who will address last mile shipping, as well as electrification opportunities and challenges, including how to plan for and transition to electric fleets. Speakers will discuss the latest data about how the industry is paving the way to zero emissions and highlight real world case studies about what electric vehicles will look like in a variety of scenarios.

Registration to attend NACV Show 2021 will open on March 22. 

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