Heavy Duty Aftermarket Week to return in January

Heavy Duty Aftermarket Week to return in January

This year’s event will take place Jan. 22-25, 2024, at the Gaylord Texan Resort in Grapevine, Texas.

UPDATE: Click here to follow all of our HDAW 2024 coverage live from the show.

Heavy Duty Aftermarket Week (HDAW) will return Jan. 22-25, 2024, at the Gaylord Texan Resort in Grapevine, Texas, with “Fully Equipped” as the theme for 2024. Conference organizers say the event is focused on moving forward and being equipped with the necessary resources and solutions for the next generation.

Leading the planning efforts this year will be Michael Callison Jr., president and chief executive officer at Midwest Wheel Companies; and Nicole Oreskovic, vice president of sales and marketing at Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems, who will serve as co-chairs.

HDAW will take place over four days and include an expo floor, access to the latest products and networking opportunities with executives from major heavy-duty suppliers, the press release notes. The general sessions will cover the most current trends, updates in the market, and crucial industry subjects.

Registration for HDAW 2024 opens in mid-September. Visit hdaw.org for more information.

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