Thousands of visitors are expected at the NEC from 9-11 April at the Commercial Vehicle Show, the first event since 1988 with international status and Europe’s biggest road transport exhibition this year. The National Exhibition Centre, just off the M42 and M6 near Birmingham, is the place to be and with 57,000 square metres, accommodating no fewer than 420 exhibitors representing over 500 suppliers, it provides the perfect showcase for suppliers of everything from a brake shoe to a 44 tonne artic, throughout three packed halls and an Outside Exhibition Area.
Not since before 2009 have so many companies converged on the CV Show, all eager to learn all there is to know about the latest technology and systems driving efficiency in the road transport business.
This year, Euro 6 is the hot topic amongst vehicle manufacturers, many of which will be displaying their new ranges. Indeed, not for many years have such a high number of brand new launches been a part of the Show. Whether looking for trucks or vans, visitors will be spoilt for choice when it comes to shiny, new metal, not to mention the fuel efficient powertrains, tyres and body designs.
To be sure of leading the market through the next decade, prospective visitors should register for their free tickets at www.cvshow.com. Click the Free Tickets box and get 9-11 April in your diary now.
The Commercial Vehicle Show 2013 – everything an operator needs to run a first-class business and all under one roof.
The Commercial Vehicle Show is owned by the CV Show LLP comprising the Road Haulage Association, the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders and IRTE Services Ltd, the trading company of the SOE (Society of Operations Engineers).