Maxion Wheels to Introduce Wheel Breakthroughs at North American Commercial Vehicle Show 2019
COMPANY WILL HOLD A PRESS CONFERENCE ON OCT. 29, 2019 TO UNVEIL NEW PRODUCTS
Maxion Wheels, the world’s leading wheel manufacturer, announced today it will unveil several new commercial vehicle wheel innovations at the North American Commercial Vehicle Show 2019 (NACV Show) from Oct. 28-31, 2019 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, in booth 4323. The Company will host a press conference on Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2019 at 10:55 a.m. EST in room B306.
“We understand the pain our truck customers experience as the complexities and costs to operate truck fleets in North America continue to climb,” said Don Polk, president of Maxion Wheels’ Americas business. “For many, the wheel may not be an obvious solution to address emissions, safety and connectivity challenges, but I assure you that’s not the case. During Maxion Wheels’ NACV press conference on Oct. 29, we will share several product breakthroughs designed to tackle these challenges with cost-effective, robust wheel solutions for the North American commercial vehicle market.”
NACV Show 2019 is a four-day event that features the trucking industry’s latest innovations before they hit the market. NACV brings together industry leaders, major truck and trailer manufacturers, commercial vehicle parts and component suppliers, and international journalists from around the world. The event gives fleet owners and managers the opportunity to discover new technologies, best practices, and insights not found elsewhere.
ABOUT MAXION WHEELS
Maxion Wheels is a leading wheel manufacturer for passenger cars, light trucks, buses, commercial trucks and trailers. The Company also produces wheels for agriculture and military vehicles, as well as other off-highway applications. With more than 100 years of wheel-making experience and 10,000 employees globally, Maxion Wheels is the world's largest wheel manufacturer, producing nearly 60 million wheels per year. The Company serves its global OEM customers from 33 locations in 16 countries on five continents, and has state-of-the-art technical centers in the Americas, Europe and Asia.