The Heavy Duty Repair Forum conference has opened registration for the event, which is set to take place Sept. 15 and 16 in Cleveland.
In June, the HD Repair Forum announced they would be co-locating their conference with the American Trucking Association’s Technology & Maintenance Council’s fall meetings.
The HD Repair Forum’s program will follow a similar format as in year’s past, spanning two days with presentations and panel discussions involving OEMs, insurers, and other collision industry leaders.
Registration to the HD Repair Forum does require a separate registration than TMC’s registration and is now open to the public.
“Attendees of this collision repair focused event will gain valuable information on industry trends and insight as to how technology will redefine the industry in the future,” HD Repair Forum officials said in a press release.
The event’s general session and break-out sessions are geared towards executives, shop owners, managers and company leaders.
In addition to education, another focus of the event is to provide extensive networking opportunities.