Photo gallery: TMC 2022

Photo gallery: TMC 2022

What a difference six months makes. The last TMC took place in September just as supply chain stranglehold was tightening its grip, and you could feel the frustration in the trucking industry on all sides. This year’s TMC show struck a distinctly more positive note. The press day on Sunday was packed with products and services (with a deluge of announcements that continued throughout the week.) The conversations in the halls turned toward opportunities. We’ve seemed to settle into today’s new, new, new (wait, how many ‘new-s’ are we on?) normal, taking the challenges in stride, and trucking forward into tomorrow.

Electrification was a huge theme at the show with fleet managers pulling open the hoods of electric trucks to get a look at the innards of motors, batteries and high-voltage cables. A close second was the talk of connected service solutions that are providing increased visibility into a truck-down event.

Take a photographic journey through the show hall with the rundown of the images below.

Peterbilt TMC Display
Hendrickson TMC Display
Volvo Trucks VNR Electric TMC
Truck Lite TMC Display
Navistar International TMC Display
SAF-Holland TMC Display
Kenworth TMC Display
Decisiv TMC Display
Ridewell Suspensions TMC display
Grote TMC Display
Torc TMC Dispaly
Valvoline TMC Display
Reyco Granning TMC Dispaly
Minimizer TMC Display
phililps-car TMC display
Shell TMC Display
XOS Trucks TMC Display
Trimble TMC Display
Carrier TMC Display
Continental TMC Display
Bendix TMC Display
Alcoa TMC Display
Delo Chevron TMC Display
Bridgestone TMC Display
CalAmp TMC Dispaly
Yokohama TMC Display

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