The show, which is the year’s premier event for the road transport, distribution and logistics industries, has already attracted close to 400 exhibitors.
With more than 19,500 visitors attending last year’s CV Show, organisers are now expecting even greater numbers for the 2016 event in line with the economic recovery in the UK.
A wide range of trucks, vans, trailers and tankers will be on show from manufacturers and distributors, along with ancillary equipment and service providers.
Visitors can expect to find everything from insurers to finance companies, tyre manufacturers, telematics and training providers, and fuels and lubricants suppliers.
New vans are due to be a major draw at the 2016 CV Show, with key manufacturers including Citroën, Fiat, Ford, Isuzu, Iveco, LDV, Mitsubishi, Peugeot, Toyota and Volkswagen already committed to the event.
Following the popularity of two specialist sectors, the Show will once again also feature Workshop and Cool Zones.
Workshop, in Hall 4, us designed to be a shop window into a massive range of products covering everything from OE components and replacement parts to maintenance management systems, garage, workshop and bodyshop equipment.
Similarly, a huge range of refrigerated vehicles and bodywork, side by side with the latest fridge units and monitoring equipment, will be on show in the Cool Zone in Hall 3a.
“In 2015, the CV Show was a massive success and saw an impressive increase in visitor numbers,” comments CV Show director Rob Skelton.
“Several key deals were done during the event, and we had some fantastic feedback from both exhibitors and visitors alike,” he continues.
“In 2016, we’re looking to build on this and make the CV Show more effective and busier than ever... We’d encourage visitors to register now to avoid queuing, and also receive important updates in the run-up to the event.”
Visitors wishing to register for attendance at the Show can now do so at www.cvshow.com.