CVOC panel to discuss the future of fuel economy

Jason Cannon July 8, 2013

David Hames, general manager of marketing and strategy for Daimler Trucks North America will anchor a panel of industry experts that will discuss the future of fuel economy for the trucking industry Wednesday, Aug. 21 at the Commercial Vehicle Outlook Conference in Dallas.

CVOC is part of Intersection 2013 and brings together thought leaders from all segments of the industry to give real-world insight into the state of the trucking and how attendees can run their operations more profitably.

Craig Bennett, senior VP of sales for Utility Trailer and Max Fuller, chairman and CEO of U.S. Express will join Hames in the discussion. Derek Kaufman, CEO of Mission Motors will moderate the panel.

A representative from Cummins will also be on the panel.

The panel of truck and trailer OEMs and fleet executives will explore what the future holds for equipment and technologies that will push fuel economy higher and the integration of drivetrains and trailers and how they’ll drive fuel economy.

Click here to register for CVOC or to learn more. An early bird special for registration is available until July 15. The fee, $245, includes all sessions, meals and networking opportunities.


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