By adminCategories: NewsPublished On: Tuesday 26 April 2022
Visitor registration for the 2022 Commercial Vehicle Show is now in full swing, according to event organisers, with thousands already signed up to attend the NEC Birmingham from 24-26 May.
“The Show provides the very best opportunity to see for yourself the new products and services that are available on the market along with networking with industry colleagues to discuss the most important issues facing SMEs and large operators today,” said Murray Ellis, Show director.
“We’re delighted to be returning to our Spring time date for 2022, providing an exhibition that promises to build on the success and strong sales reported at last year’s Show and offering a larger, unmissable event for anyone involved in the commercial vehicle industry.”
In terms of exhibitors, this year’s event has once again attracted a broad spectrum of vehicle manufacturers, suppliers and innovators set to showcase the latest products, services and technology solutions – offering Show-goers the opportunity to engage with leading companies and existing contacts, and to forge beneficial new business relationships.
In excess of 210 exhibitors will be hosted at the 2022 Show, including many new names such as Ineos Grenadier, BP Fleet Solutions, Digihaul and NanoSun. Meanwhile the Show will also be welcoming returning brands including Ford, Harris Maxus, Isuzu, Toyota, LEVC, Bott, BPW, Brigade, Carrier Transicold, Gray & Adams, Kuda, Mandata, NLG, SDC Trailers and many other leading companies from the road transport sector.
Murray Ellis concluded: “Live trade exhibitions are an essential part of doing business by offering the ideal opportunity to explore these vehicles and products up close, along with learning first hand about future trends in the industry and the opportunity to engage in that face to face interaction.
“The Commercial Vehicle Show is the business event for the industry and one not to be missed to give your business the very best opportunity to get ahead.”
Taking place at the NEC, Birmingham from 24-26 May, visitors can register for their free tickets now at the CV Show website.