5 minutes with Tracey Turner, Key Account Manager at GEFCO UK

25 August 2021 #Uncategorised

Tracey Turner, Key Account Manager at GEFCO UK, on what the company is hoping to achieve at the CV Show

Why is the CV Show important to you?
Whilst I have attended the show as a visitor in the past, it’ll be my first time at the show as an exhibitor with GEFCO’s Finished Vehicle Logistics department. We’re really looking forward to being able to highlight our services and finally seeing customers and new prospects face-to-face. After the challenges of the past 18 months, re-establishing those face-to-face connections will be really important for us. It’s an exciting opportunity for us to speak to new customers and build more relationships across the manufacturing, leasing and fleet management spaces.”

What are you highlighting/showcasing at the show this year?
We’ll be talking to attendees about our end-to-end supply chain management system – Moveecar. At GEFCO, we recognise that the automotive industry and the way consumers interact with OEMs, leasing and fleet providers, is changing. In an increasingly digital space, direct-to-customer solutions are becoming more important than ever. So, we’ll be talking to CV Show visitors about how Moveecar can help them manage the whole lifecycle of a vehicle, as well as their interactions with the vehicle’s end-users. Consumers are demanding more transparency and convenience in their vehicle deliveries, and through Moveecar, we can help providers deliver this. We’re also excited for the opportunity to talk to show visitors about our compound services. GEFCO UK has a network of strategically placed sites across the UK from which we can deliver direct to customer and manage other elements of a vehicle’s lifecycle.

What is your favourite CV Show memory?
During my first visit to the CV Show I was struck by just how busy it was. The variety of companies exhibiting was just incredible! Seeing the innovations on display is genuinely exciting – it’s a really unique opportunity for finding out more about what’s out there and knowledge-sharing with peers across the industry.

What is your advice for anyone attending the show for the first time?
Just take your time and consider what you want to see beforehand. Planning an itinerary in advance is vital in order to see everything you’d like to, as well as have time to meet the customers and new prospects you need to. Having meetings organised with customers and prospects prior to the show is likewise important.

What are your anticipated highlights for this year?
I’m really looking forward to taking a closer look at the speaker line-up, theatre discussions and roundtables on offer!

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