The impact of partnerships, globalization, and consolidation on the heavy duty industry will be discussed at Heavy Duty Dialogue 2000, presented by the Heavy Duty Manufacturers Assn.

The two-day program will be held Feb. 7-8 at the Atlanta Airport Hilton and Towers in Atlanta, GA. It will start Monday, Feb. 7, at non and end Tuesday, Feb. 8 at 2:30 p.m. to allow most participants to attend with only one overnight stay.
Dana Corp. President and CEO Joseph Magliochetti will kick off the event with his luncheon presentation on the driving forces behind his company's consolidation, including the advantages and disadvantages of consolidation.
Panel discussions will cover topics such as globalization, consolidation and heavy duty partnerships. Freightliner President and CEO James Hebe will be the after-dinner speaker Monday night. Other speakers and panel members include top executives from major heavy duty industry suppliers.
For registration information, contact Jim Connor or Ro Olson at Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Assn., (919) 549-4800. (HDMA is the heavy duty division of MEMA.)