HANNOVER, Germany — The IAA commercial vehicle show, one of the largest in the world, showcased advancements in everything from electrification to autonomous tech and connectivity. Today’s Trucking editor John G. Smith offers a quick video recap.
SEAFORTH, Ont. — A new group calling itself Ontario Antique Trucks is about to stage the first of what it hopes will be an annual Vintage Truck Show. Restricted to trucks 20 years and older (no pickups, please), the event […]
ATHENS, Ont. — For the third year in a row, the truck show that just might be the best kept secret in Canada, brought the eastern Ontario town of Athens to life. The local fair grounds was crammed with trucks, new and old, with some dating back the earliest years of the 20th century.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Attendance appeared strong on the first day of the Mid-America Trucking Show (MATS) on March 22, but it has a different look from previous years.
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 …
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.
CLIFFORD, ON — In spite of rain and loads of mud on Saturday, July 1, the eighth annual Antique and Classic Truck Show organized by the Great Lakes Truck Club was another success. Some 1430 people came through the gates on Saturday, somewhat fewer on Friday.
FERGUS, ON – After more than 30 years of showing and shining, Ontario’s Fergus Truck Show has come to an end. In a Facebook note posted last night, organizers announced the show ceases operating immediately and will not host future events. “The Board of Directors would like to sincerely thank all of our volunteers, attendees and drivers that have come through our gates for the past 30+ years. It is with the utmost of gratitude and appreciation that we thank you for your support over these past years,” said the note, which also thanked the groups individually.
MONCTON, NB – The Atlantic Truck Show will return to the Moncton Coliseum next spring, running from June 9 to 10, 2017, the Atlantic Provinces Trucking Association and Master Promotions have announced. The latest instalment of the show attracted a record 12,660 people.
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DENTON, TX – Peterbilt is celebrating its big 75th anniversary in Stockton, CA, with a large collection of new and historic trucks, memorabilia, vendors and a charity raffle for a classic 1976 Model 359.
CLIFFORD, ON – Vintage truck lovers gathered in Clifford, ON this past weekend to celebrate and admire trucks from the ’50s to ’80s in a non-judged event.
TORONTO – Freshly cut grass, barbeque and the old familiar scent of diesel are just a few of the things you’ll smell at the various shows around Canada this summer, starting with Woodstock, ON, home to the first ever Woodstock Truck Show, held at the TA Travel Plaza (Exit 230 on the 401).
BRAMPTON, ON – The 5th annual Road Today Truck Show arrives in Brampton this upcoming weekend, May 25 and 26, with a ton of great events. And the best part: it’s free.