NPTC 2024 will be held April 21-23 in Orlando, FL!
NPTC’s Annual Conference and Exhibition is the marquee national private truck fleet event of the year! The 2024 event will take place at the Hyatt Regency Orlando and the Orange County Convention Center. With more than 1,300 attendees expected and over 185 exhibitors, this is an event you won’t want to miss. The Annual Conference features:
- Information: General sessions featuring professional leadership and Driver Hall of Fame recognition award ceremonies; Certified Transportation Professional Class of 2024 graduation; industry benchmarking insights; and the latest legislative and regulatory affairs update.
- Exhibits: A world-class exhibit hall packed with the industry’s leading suppliers, resources and solutions that will increase the effectiveness of your private fleet.
- Networking: Unparalleled peer-to-peer interaction forged in an environment of trust, confidentiality and non-disclosure.
- Education: More than 75 top fleet practitioners will serve as speakers and panelists at 20+ workshops showcasing the latest, most innovative and best ideas in private fleet management.
- Best Practices: More than 20 best practices breakfast roundtable sessions in which private fleet professionals share in a culture of trust and confidentiality – challenges and opportunities.
- Recognition: Honoring the private fleet community’s best and brightest practitioners for achievements in safety, leadership, and certification, and for their years of innovative leadership and contributions to the industry.
- Social: Meals, events, and activities that create an engaged earning atmosphere.
- Location: A great location with numerous direct flight options from nearly anywhere in the country.
“Great seminars and wonderful potential for networking amidst peers.”
“I always come away with some items that I can implement which bring in more value than the cost of attending.”
“I have several takeaways that will yield significant ‘bottom-line’ benefits.”
“Good exhibit hall with a lot of good variety. Seemed like more of the booths were set up better to educate on their products or product innovation.”