Between April 24th and April 26th the place to be is the NEC Birmingham as the Commercial Vehicle Motor Show 2012 (CV show) rolls into town.
The CV show is the annual showcase of the great and good within the commercial transport industry. It has everything for the exhibitor and visitor alike. All sectors of industry will be represented.
From vehicle manufacturers, including Volvo, Mercedes Benz and MAN, (to name but a few) to cold chain distributors, from garage and maintenance providers to commercial training providers, The CV show has it all.
As CV.com (the official Commercial Vehicle Motor Show website) puts it “Without question, the CV Show is the largest and most comprehensive road transport event staged in Britain”
It’s a great opportunity for the logistics industry to catch up and network. Let’s not forget too there’s an awful lot of business that goes on. According to the CV Show website 3 out of all 4 visitors are decision makers who buy a whole host of logistics products and services.
The industry trade associations will as ever have a presence with the Freight Transport Association (F.T.A.) and the Road Haulage Association (R.H.A.) exhibiting.
The industry news sector will also be there in force, including industry leaders Commercial Motor, Motor Transport and Truck and Driver. In all these three journals attract a subscription audience of over 40,000 readers.
What’s really good about the CV Show too is, if you’re a visitor then entrance is free. All you need to do is register in advance.
As far as the training industry sector goes no doubt Driver CPC training will be the topic of much discussion and debate, especially with the initial deadlines of 2013 and 2014 fast approaching.
With all this and more going on The Commercial Vehicle Show is certainly the place t