CV Show demonstrates diversity of van sector

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Some of the biggest names in the van and light commercial vehicle industry will be attending this year’s Commercial Vehicle (CV) Show.

Taking place at Birmingham’s NEC on April 24-26, the CV Show has confirmed the attendance of Ford and Volkswagen, the two biggest-selling manufacturers in the UK.

Other manufactures in attendance will include Citroën, Fiat Professional, Isuzu, Iveco, LDV, MAN, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Peugeot, Renault, SsangYong and Toyota. Alongside displays of commercial vehicle models and conversions, a number of new model launches are expected to debut at the show.

Also attending the CV Show will be a number of the UK’s top converters and bodybuilders who will be demonstrating their offerings, from lighting and racking to full conversions and bespoke bodies.

CV Show director, Rob Skelton, said: “One of the great things about this show is that it clearly demonstrates the diversity and adaptability of the UK’s LCV sector.

“Not only do we have key manufacturers offering British customers some of the best vans and light trucks in the world, but we also have UK-based convertors and specialists who are able to transform those vehicles into bespoke products that are built for very specific purposes, in turn creating jobs and providing vital revenue to the UK economy.”

The 2018 Show will take place once again at the NEC in Birmingham from 24-26 April and entry is free, with registration now live via the official website at

Exhibition space is close to capacity, with shows stands from across the commercial vehicle spectrum, including road transport, distribution and logistics.

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