Sustainability

CALSTART hybrid truck event on tap in Georgia

Posted on September 4, 2009

CALSTART Hybrid Truck Users Forum National Conference will take place this October 27 to 29 in Atlanta.

The 2009 HTUF National Conference will reflect the growth in the hybrid technology and product segment and the emerging focus of truck makers on efficiency as they complete their transition to 2010 compliant engines.

New products, equipment, technology and services in the clean technology industry will be showcased. In addition to product demonstrations, a Ride and Drive event will be featured.

For exhibitor opportunities contact Sean White at 626/744-5632 or [email protected]

  • $3,500 for a single 10x10 technology display booth
  • $3,500 for a single vehicle static display; get each additional vehicle for $1,500
  • $5,000 for a special combination deal for booth AND vehicle as one exhibit; additional vehicle $1,500.

Secure your seat for the Hybrid Truck Users Forum National Conference October by visiting www.htuf.org

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