The event will be held on Monday, Jan. 16, 2023, at the Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center in Grapevine, Texas.
Most recently, Shaw was responsible for North American business strategy at ZF Group.
Kraus is the retired former president and chief operating officer of the Heavy Duty Manufacturers Association.
Danielle Kaspar brings a wealth of experience in member and event services to her new role with HDMA.
The webinar will cover the key COVID-19 issues impacting the global commercial vehicle industry.
In his session, Jason Roycht will cover the electric vehicle market.
The inaugural webinar in this series, will address, “Moving Through the Pandemic: The Fleet Perspective.”
The HDMA Internship Program provides opportunities to bring graduate and undergraduate students to HDAW.
Early bird registration has been extended through Friday, Jan. 10.
The speakers and panelists will weigh in on the state of the global aftermarket, exchange views on future industry technology, debate the blurring lines of aftermarket distribution, share their perspectives on parts and service as fleets, discuss economic issues, and review trade policy impacts on the industry.
Frankiewicz will simultaneously step in as the vice chairman of the Heavy Duty Business Forum (HDBF), a working group of the HDMA.
The Heavy Duty Advanced Technology Council, comprised of top technology executives from HDMA member companies, will provide a forum for members to discuss advanced technology trends and issues impacting on- and off-highway heavy-duty commercial vehicles, such as advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS), automation, connectivity, electrification and telematics.