Great Dane Announces Commitment to Exhibit at 2017 North American Commercial Vehicle Show
(Savannah, Georgia – October 19, 2016) – Great Dane today announced its commitment to exhibit at the 2017 North American Commercial Vehicle Show (NACV Show) in Atlanta, Georgia, as well as at the 2019 and 2021 NACV Shows. Great Dane does not plan to return to the Mid-America Truck Show (MATS) in 2017.
“We support the NACV Show’s focus on creating an exhibition that responds to the changing business environment and our customers’ needs. We believe this show will encourage engaging displays of trailer and truck body innovation,” said Dean Engelage, Great Dane’s President. “We look forward to using the show to demonstrate how Great Dane offers innovative business solutions that ensure safety and efficiency, two of our core fundamentals.”
The NACV Show will bring together leading manufacturers of commercial and special vehicles, as well as parts and components.
“Great Dane welcomes the opportunity to participate in a show that is devoted to supporting the transportation industry,” said Brandie Fuller, Great Dane’s Vice President of Marketing. “The NACV Show’s commitment to fleets, suppliers and trade media was a major factor in Great Dane’s decision to exhibit at this show. We look forward to showcasing our full product line in Atlanta.”
Organized and produced jointly by Hanover Fairs USA and Newcom Media USA, the NACV Show will be a premier destination for industry participants to get a first look at new products, and to network and form business partnerships.
Great Dane is the leading manufacturer of high-performance commercial transportation equipment, including dry and refrigerated trailers and truck bodies, as well as steel, aluminum and combo platform trailers. Great Dane has a storied history in the commercial trucking industry and is a driving force in trailer technology, innovation, quality and customer service. Headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, and with additional corporate offices in Savannah, Georgia, Great Dane has manufacturing plants strategically located throughout the United States. The company’s network of corporate-owned branches, full-line independent dealers and parts-only independent dealers offers a broad range of distribution points for new and used trailers as well as aftermarket services across North and South America. Visit Great Dane online at www.greatdanetrailers.com.