CV Show back for 2012

CV and Workshop show to return to the NEC next April

Published:  08 July, 2011

Following the success of the CV and Workshop Show earlier this year, the organisers have confirmed that the event will run again from the 24 to 26 of April 2012.

The most recent event attracted crowds of more than 16,000 visitors, clamouring to see the latest developments in the commercial vehicle and garage service markets. Highlights included the launch of the VW Amarok pick-up as well as a meet and greet with transport minister Mike Penning.

"The CV Show is a great opportunity to showcase the latest developments in road transport technology, demonstrating the industry's achievements in lowering emissions and improving fuel efficiency," said SMMT Chief Executive, Paul Everitt.

The event is arranged by Commercial Vehicle Show LLP consisting of the Road Haulage Association Ltd (RHA), The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders Ltd (SMMT) and IRTE Services Ltd, the trading company of the Society of Operations Engineers (SOE). The show will be delivered by Crystal Communications UK Ltd, parent company of Aftermarket magazine.

Related Articles

  • New edition of Top Technician 

    Read Top Technician online here

  • ASA slam 'End of life Vehicles' advert 

    THE Advertising Standards Authority has ruled against a scrapyard that called itself 'End of Life breakers' ruling that using the name in the first line of an advert, the company could easily be confused with an official government body.

  • Dealer doldrums 

    FRANCHISED dealerships will have to rethink their approach to aftersales in 2012, according to an industry expert.

  • Renault to slash franchise network 

    MORE than a third of Renault dealerships are to shut their doors in the New Year as the car maker battens down the hatches for what it describes as a 'transition' year.

  • Aircon & more 

    The technical team at Valeo look at some common winter queries


Sign Up

For the latest news and updates from Aftermarket Magazine.


Where should the next Automechanika show be held?


©DFA Media 1999-2018