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Why you should visit

Why you should visit CV Show 2014

The Commercial Vehicle Show is the largest and most comprehensive road freight transport, distribution and logistics event staged in Britain, catering for every operator’s requirements and purposely designed with you in mind.

All under one massive roof, at the UK’s best connected venue, you will find hundreds of exhibitors spanning the whole road freight transport, distribution and logistics supply business. From truck, van and trailer manufacturers through to fork lift trucks, insurers, tyre, telematics and training providers, fuels and lubricants suppliers and a whole lot more. To ensure the industry’s wheels are kept turning at maximum efficiency, the accompanying Workshop zone will showcase everything from OE components and replacement parts to maintenance management systems, garage and bodyshop equipment.

A visit to the CV Show, at the NEC Birmingham, will fulfil all your sourcing needs and help grow your productivity and profit. And entry is totally free. Simply apply for your ticket at after 24 January 2014 and put 29 April – 01 May 2014 in your diary now.

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