The National Truck Equipment Assn. (NTEA) will be bringing together hundreds of industry suppliers, including major chassis manufacturers of work trucks and equipment from Classes 1-8, for the 2002 Work Truck Show and 38th Annual NTEA Convention. The Show will be held in Orlando, at the Orange County Convention Center March 6-8, 2002; the convention and educational conference runs from March 5-8.

NTEA describes The Work Truck Show as a one-stop marketplace for commercial fleets with a variety of needs. Attendees will learn how to improve productivity and efficiency as they see the new and innovative products on display.

To register, call NTEA's fax-on-demand service at 800-700-2099 and request document #1110, or visit www.ntea.com. The first 100 online registrants will receive a free NTEA.com T-shirt with their confirmations.

In conjunction with the annual conference and trade show, NTEA has scheduled a 2002 Economic Update to be held March 5, from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. The forum will offer insight on the economic outlook for the work truck industry from the supply and user sides. The fee is $75 for members, $125 for nonmembers. To register, call 800-441-NTEA or send an e-mail request to dawn@ntea.com.