CVOC panel to talk infrastructure future, what it means for trucking

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How will factors such as supply chain distribution trends, environmental and energy policies and technological advancements affect U.S. infrastructure funding and viability?

That’s the premise for a panel discussion on the future infrastructure and how it will impact trucking and the economy overall that will be held at the Commercial Vehicle Outlook Conference Aug. 22 in Dallas. The panel will include Drew Preston, manager of congressional and public affairs for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, and Tom Lehner, vice president for public policy at the Motor and Equipment Manufacturers Association.

CVOC is part of Intersection 2013 and brings together thought leaders from all parts of the trucking industry to give insight into the state of trucking and how attendees can more profitably and more efficiently run their operation.

The conference will be held at the Dallas Convention Center Aug. 21-22.

Registration is available online and costs $295, which includes all sessions, meals and networking opportunities. Click here to register or to learn more.