ATLANTA, GA — The inaugural North American Commercial Vehicle Show (NACV Show) is being heralded as a success after drawing thousands of unique visitors during the four-day event in Atlanta, Georgia.
Co-organized by Hannover Fairs USA and Newcom, the September 25-28 event hosted 439 exhibitors and featured 370,000 square feet of sold-out exhibition space at the Georgia World Congress Center.
“The NACV Show’s B2B concept was a real hit with our attendees who gave us high marks for launching such a global showcase,” said Larry Turner, president and Chief Executive Officer of Hannover Fairs USA.
“We are happy with the results,” added Joe Glionna, president of Newcom, which also publishes Today’s Trucking among other titles. “A lot of things worked …
ATLANTA, GA – The North American Commercial Vehicle (NACV) Show officially opened its doors on Tuesday, following an exclusive VIP day for guests invited by exhibitors themselves.
This is the first year for the NACV show, organized by Deutschhe Messe and Hanover Fairs, with Newcom Business Media.
TORONTO, ON — The North American Commercial Vehicle Show (NACV Show) won’t look like other trucking events across the U.S. when the doors open from September 25-28. There will be no recruiting pavilion; no show and shine competition. Not even drivers walking the halls. But when the inaugural event opens in Atlanta, Georgia, it will feature an undeniable focus on the business of trucking.
TORONTO, ON – A story on the ins and outs of business networking – and how it helped an insurance lawyer raise about $250,000 to support children with Duchenne muscular dystrophy – secured the 2016 Rolf Lockwood Scholarship for a Ryerson University journalism student.
MISSISSAUGA, ON – A driver well known for her work behind the wheel of a pink truck became a little more famous Saturday, winning Newcom Business Media’s HighwayStar of the Year.
Highland Transport driver Joanne Millen-Mackenzie has been behind the wheel for nearly 25 years, but has become known more for her efforts against breast cancer. Her Trucking for a Cure convoy has travelled highways across the country, raising awareness and scores of cash in the process – $85,000 in 2015 alone.
“Women need to know we can do what we want out here, and there’s nothing we can’t be,” says Mackenzie, before she hoisted a winner’s cheque for $10,000. “It’s not who’s going to let you, it’s who’s going to stop you.”
MacKenzie is the first female winner of the prestigious Highway Star of the Year award, sponsored by Freightliner, Chevron, Eberspacher and OBAC.
The Brockville, ON resident had her family on hand for the award presentation at Truck World, hosted at the International Centre. But not all her family was there. MacKenzie’s Aunt Anna died from breast cancer years ago; and Mackenzie herself is a survivor of the disease that has since become the second leading cause of death from cancer in Canadian women.
“I’m just so proud of her,” said MacKenzie’s brother, Steve Millen. “If they weren’t doing this, who would be doing this?”
CHICAGO, IL – The Georgia World Congress Center will host the inaugural North American Commercial Vehicle (NACV) Show to be held from September 27-29, 2017 – and at least two of the shows to follow.
CHICAGO, IL – The North American Commercial Vehicle Show (NACV Show) today announced that Navistar has signed a commitment to exhibit at the inaugural NACV Show in Atlanta, Georgia from September 18-22, 2017. Navistar also will exhibit at the 2019 & 2021 NACV Shows, demonstrating its International® Truck brand at all three events. Navistar also joins the NACV Show exhibitor advisory committee.
“The NACV Show’s focus on the North American fleets market, trade press and its every other year cycle are the contributing factors that influenced our decision to exhibit,” said Navistar President & CEO Troy A. Clarke. “Navistar looks forward to utilizing the NACV Show to launch new products and to meet face-to-face with suppliers, fleet customers and industry press.”
Senior Vice President of Truck Sales and Marketing Jeff Sass continued, “The NACV Show will be the foremost North American gathering place for anyone involved in the business of commercial vehicles. Navistar’s commitment to exhibit at the NACV Show is critical to our marketing strategy.”
CHICAGO, IL – The North American Commercial Vehicle Show (NACV Show) today announced that Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) has signed a letter of intent to exhibit at the inaugural NACV Show in Atlanta, Georgia from September 18-22, 2017, as well as the 2019 and 2021 NACV Shows. DTNA also joins the NACV Show exhibitor advisory committee.
“Daimler Trucks North America has diligently reviewed numerous concepts and proposals for the next evolution in shows and exhibitions in the North American commercial vehicle market, and we have chosen the North American Commercial Vehicle (NACV) Show as the one commercial vehicle event that can meet our business goals and needs,” said Daimler Trucks North America President and CEO Martin Daum. “The NACV Show is the perfect platform for Daimler Trucks North America to connect with our suppliers and fleet customers, launch new products and meet with industry press.”
CHICAGO, IL and TORONTO, ON – The inaugural North American Commercial Vehicle Show (NACV Show) focused on the commercial fleet and heavy truck market will debut from September 25-29, 2017 and will consist of more than 300,000 square-feet of exhibition space in Atlanta, Georgia.
The NACV Show will allow suppliers, commercial vehicle OEMs and the supply chain to meet with and address the needs of the North American commercial vehicle industry audience. The NACV Show will be held on alternating years from the Deutsche Messe hosted and VDA (Verband der Automobilindustrie e.V.) owned IAA Commercial Vehicles show in Hannover, Germany held during the even years. Deutsche Messe also organizes China Commercial Vehicle held in Wuhan, China. Since 1992, VDA and Deutsche Messe have maintained a very successful partnership for the IAA Commercial Vehicles show, the world’s leading international trade fair for mobility, transportation and logistics.
TORONTO, ON – The Toronto area’s International Centre will be at the centre of the trucking industry once again, as the Truck World trade show opens its doors April 14-16.
It’s where suppliers display their best and brightest, and in many cases offer the first look at new equipment.
The bi-annual event that traditionally attracts 20,000 visitors celebrates drivers as much as trucks. Sharing the spotlight will be the winner of the 2016 Highway Star of the Year Award. “This is one of the highest honors for a Canadian trucker, and clearly one of our favorite moments on the Today’s Trucking calendar,” says Today’s Trucking editor John G. Smith. The winner, selected from candidates across the nation, takes home $10,000 in cash and other prizes.
The world is coming to the event in other ways as well. This year’s Truck World will also feature Desi Trucking magazine as an official South Asian media partner, reflecting an increasingly diverse workforce.
“Growing ethnic communities are an important part of the trucking industry and it’s time to make a better effort at bringing the whole industry together under one roof,” said Joe Glionna, vice-president of Newcom Business Media, which hosts Truck World.
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TORONTO, ON – Newcom Business Media and JGK Media have formed a strategic partnership aimed at bringing members of the South Asian community to this year’s Truck World Show running April 12-14 at the International Centre, near Toronto’s Pearson airport.
JGK Media is the parent company of Desi Trucking magazine. Newcom is the owner of Truck World, while also publishing Today’s Trucking, Truck News, Truck West, Transport Routier, and Truck & Trailer magazines.
“Growing ethnic communities are an important part of the trucking industry and it’s time to make a better effort at bringing the whole industry together under one roof,” states Joe Glionna, Vice President of Newcom. “Recent efforts made by the Ontario Trucking Association to reach out to South Asian leaders have started bridging the gap between a perceived two industries. I am happy to continue this by working with the team at Desi Trucking magazine to encourage their followers to take part in Canada’s National Truck Show,” added Glionna.
OTTAWA — Key leaders of Canada’s trucking industry have signed agreements in principle to partner in developing a new organization that will focus on the Human Resources needs of Canada’s trucking and logistics sectors.
QUEBEC CITY — If the local trucking industry was going through hard times, there was little evidence of it at CamExpo.
TORONTO — Joan Wilson, a face familiar in the trade-show world and a veteran of the trucking-industry, is the new manager of Truck World and ExpoCam, Newcom Business Media announced this week.