Full details about this year’s CV Show have been released, giving those wishing to attend time to make their preparations so that they can be present at one of the UK’s most important annual events in the light commercial vehicle market’s calendar.
A wide range of vans from manufacturers including Fiat, Mitsubishi, Iveco and Ford will all be available to view at stands when the show kicks off in late April at Birmingham’s famous NEC.
There will also be products and accessories designed for use by those who drive commercial vehicles and operate fleets.
One of the brands that is expected to make a splash at the 2016 CV Show is Volkswagen, which is not only bringing new models in the Transporter and Caddy range to the event but will also be looking to revive its reputation with consumers in the wake of the emissions scandal.
Organiser Kirsten Stagg said that the show was an important place for commercial vehicle makers and their customers to engage with one another and to reinforce the products and services that are available.
Toyota is also scheduled to make its prominent presence felt at the show, returning for the eighth year in a row. Company spokesperson Gareth Matthews said that the NEC was a great place to play host to an event of this type, enabling his firm to demonstrate as many vans as possible.
In addition to vehicles of all shapes and sizes, the 2016 CV Show will see a number of other businesses looking to drum up some support for their own offerings, with manufacturers of load bed and storage solutions likely to be well represented on the convention floor.
From products that enhance the features of trucks to companies like https://www.rackzone.ie/bin-racks that offer bin racks in Ireland, there should be a lot for attendees to check out if they visit the 2016 CV show.
Last year, almost 20,000 people are estimated to have visited the CV Show and attendance is expected to be even higher in 2016. With tickets available for free to those who register at the official CV Show site before the event is held on the 26th to the 28th of April, there is little reason to sit on the sidelines.