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Major Industry Suppliers to Exhibit at The Work Truck Show 2002

October 16, 2001

Fleet managers, truck equipment upfitters, and other professionals involved in specifying, building and using work trucks in all industries can see the latest in chassis design and talk to representatives from 12 major truck chassis manufacturers at The Work Truck Show 2002, the National Truck Equipment Association’s (NTEA) annual business-to-business trade show, which will run March 6-8, 2002, at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL.The Work Truck Show (formerly known as T3) will feature hundreds of industry suppliers dis-playing full-size equipment chassis from Class 1 through Class 8 and is held in conjunction with the 38th Annual NTEA Convention (March 5-8).Chassis manufacturers exhibiting at The Work Truck Show 2002 include: Dodge Division of DaimlerChrysler; Ford Motor Co.; Freightliner LLC; General Motors Isuzu Commercial Trucks; GMC Trucks (Chevrolet, GMC); International Truck & Engine Co.; Kenworth Truck Co.; Mack Trucks Inc.; Mitsubishi Fuso Truck of America Inc.; Peterbilt Motors Co.; Sterling Truck Corp.; and Workhorse Custom Chassis. For more information, visit NTEA at www.ntea.com or call (800) 700-2099.
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