ACT Research’s 56th Seminar
NA Commercial Vehicle & Transportation Industries Review & Outlook: 2017-2021
March 20 – 22, 2017 • Columbus, Indiana • The Commons
Celebrating 30 Years in Business!
Reasons to attend:
- ANALYSIS of CV & trucking from current challenges to opportunities
- comprehensive ECONOMIC REVIEW and impact on CV industry
- FORECASTS of N.A. Classes 5-8 truck and trailer demand: 1-5 years
- GUIDANCE from industry leaders; OEMs, fleets, suppliers, and financial
- NETWORKING opportunities in a professional, friendly setting
“This event was top-tier. You folks really put on a good program.” —attendee at Seminar #55
Attendees are from:
- vehicle and component manufacturers
- trucking and railroads
- investment houses
- alternative fuel suppliers/infrastructure
- and extensive supporting industry services
“ The data and speakers really exceeded my expectations. I love all the economic data and forecasting. Came back with lots of ideas about what we should really be looking at as indicators.” —attendees at Seminar #55
Attendees come from varied backgrounds and positions, but they all have one thing in common: “a need to understand where the economy and commercial vehicle industries are headed and why.”
The ACT Economic and Commercial Vehicle Industry Seminar is held for the benefit of subscribers of the “ACT N.A. Commercial Vehicle Outlook” and invited guests.
“Extremely informative.” —attendee at Seminar #55
Click here for directions to The Commons
Click here for directions to the public parking garage which is located on Jackson Street between 4th and 5th Streets (directly across from the post office).
The parking garage is free for the first hour and $1.00/2 hours of parking each additional hour. Paid parking is enforced from 6 am – 8 pm Monday – Friday. Parking in the garage is free from 8 pm Friday to 6 am Monday. You can also download or view a downtown Columbus parking map here.
Housing reservations should be made directly with the hotels:
Hilton: Phone: 812-526-8600 | Group Code: ACT
*Save the Date for ACT Research’s 57th Seminar: August 21 – 23, 2017*