Expo Transporte ANPACT, the largest exhibition of heavy-duty vehicles in the Americas, kicked off today at Expo Guadalajara, Jalisco. The event will run until Nov. 17 featuring over 400 exhibitors from more than 30 countries.
The event serves as a platform for unveiling cutting-edge technological innovations and addressing prevailing challenges within the industry. Organized by the National Association of Bus, Truck, and Tractor Producers (ANPACT), the exhibition brings together government representatives and industry leaders.
Since its inception in 1997, Expo Transporte ANPACT has experienced significant growth, with expanded exhibition space and an anticipated increase in the number of visitors. Organizers thanked officials, partners, and supporters for their pivotal roles in making the event a success.
The automotive industry, marked by substantial growth in production and exports, leverages this event as a collaborative platform to address industry matters.
Attendees underscored the importance of achieving zero emissions, as the industry plays a key role in economic progress and the environmental transition. Fleet modernization took center stage for its reduced environmental impact, while increasing safety and productivity. Attendees also highlighted electromobility achievements, such as Jalisco's fleet modernization.