The North American Commercial Vehicle Show 2017 announced that it has officially sold out its 365,000 square feet of net exhibition space. The inaugural edition of the commercial vehicle industry trade show takes place from Sept. 25-28 in Atlanta.
Forty-two percent of the show’s floor space will be occupied by companies based outside of the U.S., with a total of 400 exhibitors demonstrating their latest products to trucking industry leaders, fleet owners and managers at the Georgia World Congress Center.
Exhibitors from around the world that have booked exhibition space include companies from Argentina, Australia, Austria, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Mexico, The Netherlands, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, and Turkey.
“Selling out the inaugural NACV Show underscores just how important our new, sophisticated and business centric trade show concept is to the North American trucking industry audience,” said Larry Turner, president and CEO of Hannover Fairs USA and co-organizer of the NACV Show. “We are thrilled that the industry’s leading companies from around the world have embraced the show from its inception.”
A complete lineup of companies that span the commercial vehicle OEM spectrum are exhibiting at NACV 2017. Major truck manufacturers including Freightliner, Fuso, Hino Trucks, International, Isuzu, Mack, Volvo and Western Star will showcase the latest trucks.
Leading trailer manufacturers, including Dorsey Trailer, East Manufacturing, Great Dane, Hyundai Translead, MAC Trailer Manufacturing, Manac Trailers, Stoughton, Trail King, Utility, Vanguard National Trailer Corporation, and Wabash National Corporation, are also exhibiting.
Major tire manufacturers, including CMA/Double Coin Tires, Continental Corporation, Cooper Tire & Rubber Company, Double Star Tires, Falken Tire Corporation, Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, Hankook Tire America Corporation, and Michelin North America, will showcase their latest products, as will manufacturers of finished lubricants, including Chevron Lubricants, Tenneco, and Schaeffer’s Specialized Lubricants.
Commercial vehicle parts and components suppliers will unveil their latest technologies, including Accuride Corporation, Alcoa Wheel and Transportation Products – Arconic, Alliance Truck Parts, Allison Transmission, Aperia Technologies, Bee Line Company, Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems, Bharat Forge America, BorgWarner Inc., Bosch, ConMet, Cummins Inc., Dana Incorporated, Eaton, Enow, FlowBelow Aero, Graco, Hendrickson, Jake Brake, Kinedyne LLC, Magna, Mahle Industries Inc., Meritor, Mitchell1, Noregon Systems Inc., SAF-Holland, Stoneridge Inc., and Wabco.
A current list of exhibitors is located at NACV Show 2017 exhibitors.