Setting the Table: HD Repair Forum teases agenda topics ahead of full schedule release

Fort Worth, Texas — Technician retention, alternative fuel vehicles and ADAS are all on the menu for this year’s HD Repair Forum, set to take over the Fort Worth Hilton from April 18 to 19.

With programming geared toward medium and heavy-duty collision repairers, insurers and appraisers of vehicles ranging from class 4 to 8, the 2023 HD Repair Forum will bring together OEMs and the heavy truck repair community for a two-day conference in Fort Worth, Texas.

While the full agenda of event programming is set to be released next month, forum co-founder Brian Nessen provided a sneak peek into what’s to come at this year’s event.

“Direct access to peers, business partners, and industry education is a valuable takeaway for our constituents,” said Nessen, in a press release from Tuesday.

“Important conversations and solutions to this industry’s challenges are made during the HD Repair Forum, and we are looking forward to providing the industry with this valuable time again in 2023.

Early bird registration for this year’s HD Repair Forum opened two weeks ago, though discounts and group hotel rates are only available for a limited time.

For more information on the HD Repair Forum, click here.


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