Commercial Vehicle Show stand space sold out for third year running

With over 460 exhibitors and all of its floor space completely sold out, this year’s Commercial Vehicle Show looks set to be one of the busiest yet.  The UK’s largest and most comprehensive road transport, distribution and logistics exhibition takes place at the NEC Birmingham on 26-28 April.

As with the past two years, every available square metre of display space in Halls 3a, 4 and 5 of the NEC has been allocated to exhibitors from across the road transport, distribution and logistics supply industries, meaning the show really is the one-stop-shop for anyone working in the sector.

What’s more, there’s still time to register for FREE tickets at www.cvshow.com

This year will see a large number of exhibitors making their show debuts, or returning to the show after an absence, including: Bott, Commercial Body Fittings, DFSK, Enterprise Flex-E-Rent, FORS, Hubbard, John Dennis Coachbuilders, Kassbohrer, LDV, Mitsubishi, Pullman Fleet Services, SsangYong, TIP Tanker Services, Toyota and Volkswagen.

This year’s event will also see a record number of new light commercial vehicle launches.  While many of these remain a closely guarded secret until the show opens its doors on April 26, the likes of Citroen, Toyota, Isuzu, LDV and DFSK have already confirmed they will be showing new models in the UK for the very first time.

And there’s more launch news to come, making the Show the ideal sourcing opportunity for fleet managers.

The best-attended, largest and most comprehensive road transport and logistics event in Britain remains the premier industry exhibition to visit for all the latest in vehicle technology, product and service innovations.

Indeed, new technology will be at the forefront of the 2016 event, with operators able to compare the latest developments in driver management, compliance and real-time fleet administration from a variety of software and telematics suppliers; one of the fastest-growing areas of the transport and logistics industries.

There are two dedicated zones within the 2016 CV Show expressly designed to make it easy for visitors to find sector suppliers.
• WORKSHOP is an all-encompassing shop window displaying hundreds of exhibitors spanning the whole automotive aftermarket and CV maintenance sector.
• COOL satisfies the special requirements of the temperature controlled operator with a vast display of refrigerated transport and cold chain equipment and related services.

The Commercial Vehicle Show is free to attend, and runs from April 26-28 at the NEC, Birmingham.  For more information, or to register, visit: www.cvshow.com