HDMA to hold supplier-focused webinar series on coronavirus’ impacts on CV industry


The Heavy Duty Manufacturers Association (HDMA), the commercial vehicle division of the Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association (MEMA), has announced a series of webinars focused on providing information to component part supplier executives as the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic continues to have repercussions on the commercial vehicle industry.

The first of the HDMA Pulse Series Webinars is scheduled for 1 p.m. EDT, Wednesday, May 6. Eric Starks, FTR chairman and CEO, will join Richard Anderson, HDMA director of market research and analysis, to discuss issues impacting the commercial vehicle part suppliers and provide real-time data on the freight transportation industry.

The HDMA Pulse Series Webinars will be held twice a month, each planned in conjunction with respected research firms. Topics discussed will cover global and domestic issues facing the commercial vehicle industry and off-highway and engine sectors. Firm experts will present data aimed at preparing suppliers with the information needed to make decisions in this rapidly changing business environment, HDMA says.

Each webinar also will include a segment presented by Anderson, who will provide up-to-date results of HDMA Pulse Surveys, geared toward measuring suppliers’ evolving planning and response to the pandemic, parts production capabilities, OEM start-up preparedness and supply chain disruptions.

Updated webinar information, schedules and registration can be found at www.hdma.org.

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