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Why you should exhibit at CV Show 2014

Why you should exhibit at CV Show 2014

If you intend to do business in the road transport, distribution and logistics sector the Commercial Vehicle Show is where you need to be seen. Of over 18,000 visitors to the 2013 Show, 3 out of every 4 was a fleet owner, director, senior manager or engineer and most had sole or joint purchasing responsibility within their company. So, the CV Show provides you with a massive customer audience, with buying power second to none and actually choosing to call on you.

As shown in 2013, the Commercial Vehicle Show is by far the best attended, largest and most diverse road transport and logistics event staged in Britain, catering for every operator’s requirements. For over a decade the CV Show has provided the industry with the best sourcing opportunity found anywhere in the UK, making it the undeniable number 1 face-to-face sales opportunity for industry suppliers.

If you have exhibited at the CV Show before, we hope to welcome you back. If not, book your stand now and see what you have been missing. Just call +44 (0)1634 261 262 or email

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