2023 HDAW event theme is 'Shift. Adapt. Grow.'

2023 HDAW event theme is ‘Shift. Adapt. Grow.’

Conference organizers for Heavy Duty Aftermarket Week (HDAW) have recently announced “Shift. Adapt. Grow.” as the theme for HDAW ’23. This year’s event will take place Jan. 16-19, 2023 at the Gaylord Texan Resort in Grapevine, Texas.

This year’s HDAW ’23 will offer more pre-scheduled opportunities on Tuesday and unscheduled meetings on Thursday afternoon. The event will take place over four days.

Education sessions planned for the 2023 event will address the latest trends, market updates, and key industry topics, with more peer-to-peer learning, alongside their main stage content.

Leading the planning efforts this year will be Bill Betts, president and COO at Betts Company; and Brian Rieger, vice president of America sales at Consolidated Metco, who will serve as co-chairs.

Registration for HDAW ’23 is now open.

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