Commercial Vehicle Show

 

County Pumps are pleased to announce that we will be exhibiting at the Commercial Vehicle show which will be held at the NEC between the 24-26th April 2012.

This is will be our first visit to this exhibition and we are relishing the opportunity to meet with our existing customers and expanding our loyal customer database.

We are also hoping to exhibit a wide range of the latest products currently available in the commercial refuelling market.

In the past ten years, the Commercial Vehicle Show has become the most productive sourcing and selling opportunity for the entire UK road transport and logistics industry.

Whether operator or supplier, it is the elected meeting place for many thousands of visitors with real buying power and is therefore the obvious event choice to help you win orders in a market on the rise.

Above all, the Show provides the truly unique benefit of genuine face-to-face encounters with decision makers who have purposely left their business to call on you!

DIVERSE AND DYNAMIC

Without question, the CV Show is the largest and most comprehensive road transport event staged in Britain, catering for every operator’s requirements. From heavy trucks to car derived vans, temperature controlled transport to waste disposal and street cleansing, the CV Show is the best sourcing opportunity found anywhere in the UK. To ensure the industry’s wheels keep turning, the CV Show and accompanying Workshop zone also showcase everything from OE and replacement parts to logistics management systems and garage equipment.

TOP QUALITY AUDIENCE

Research from previous CV Shows confirms that 3 out of every 4 visitors is a fleet owner, director, senior manager or engineer and most have sole or joint purchasing responsibility within their company. Incredibly, over 50% of visitors attend no other industry exhibition making the CV Show the undeniable number 1 face-to-face sales opportunity for industry suppliers.

 

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