The Commercial Vehicle Show held at the NEC in Birmingham, is Britain’s largest and most successful road transport event. The show in April 2010 will allow exhibitors and visitors to identify ways they could improve efficiency and maximise profits. It will focus on the road transport and logistics industries and is an ideal place for LCV drivers and LCV fleet operators.
Richard Gibbs, Managing Director of BPW confirms, “As a long time exhibitor of the show, we value the opportunity to meet so many of our customers, old and new, in a relatively short period and in a venue where they come to us. For operators, a business meeting place such as the 2010 CV Operator Show is a truly cost effective way to keep up to date with new developments while also meeting new suppliers.”
Not since the CV show in April 2008 has such a meeting place been available to exhibitors and visitors. This year’s show was cancelled by the Commercial Vehicle Show organizers, LLP, made up of the Road Haulage Association, the Society of Motor manufacturers and Traders, the trading company of the SOE (Society of Operations Engineers). It was cancelled due to the difficult economic climate, as vehicle manufacturers found it hard to commit time, money and resources to the show in an ever slowing market.
The organizers of this year’s Commercial Vehicle Show 2010 will look for more support from exhibitors and manufacturers to ensure the shows continued success.