Contractors and business owners that employ work truck fleets know the importance of these assets. They carry equipment, haul loads, transport employees and technicians, and for those that are branded well, act as a mobile advertisement. In the masonry and construction industries, however, these assets are vital. So it’s about time work trucks have their own section at one of the biggest trade shows in the industry, right? Right. And MWS is here to make it happen.
WHAT IS IT
Work Truck Live! is an exhibit area dedicated only to the workhorses of the industry—work trucks. It takes place January 17-19, 2023, in Las Vegas in conjunction with World of Concrete. Work Truck Live! will display in the Central Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center. The exhibit area will showcase the work truck industry’s newest innovations and updates that will increase a company’s safety and productivity.
Having this dedicated space allows contractors and attendees the opportunity to talk to representatives from vehicle manufacturers like Isuzu and Ram Trucks, find solutions that increase productivity from companies like Agri-Cover, Cemen Tech, Knapheide, and Heavy Haulers, and discover so much more.
As they say in the old infomercials—“But wait, there’s more!” Work Truck Live! isn’t confined to exhibitor space. There will also be a Ride and Drive that gives attendees the opportunity to get behind the wheel and be up close and personal with trucks that have piqued their interest but have yet to make it into their fleet. Attendees will drive these trucks on a short, closed loop located near the convention center. The Ride and Drive will take place only on Tuesday and Wednesday of the trade show (17th and 18th).
With all this on the docket, World of Concrete should at least be considered as a must-attend trade show in 2023—especially for those in the construction and masonry business. A full agenda and more updates will be announced leading up to the show. Stay tuned to learn more!
Find out more about Work Truck Live!, visit www.mwsmag.com.