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23 - 25 APRIL 2024 • NEC • BIRMINGHAM • UK

UK’s biggest road transport event signs more global brands as it prepares to open its doors in just six days!

  • 220 exhibitors set to showcase state of the art vehicles and technology, covering the entire breadth and depth of the road transport industry
  • All new Truck Zone now with six leading HGV manufacturers featuring the latest zero- and low-emission technology
  • Strong line-up of LCV manufacturers, with several new model launches
  • Packed live theatre programme, with two stages covering the future of the industry and in-depth engineering expertise

London, 12th April: Next week (18th to 20th April at the NEC Birmingham) sees the return of the 2023 Commercial Vehicle Show and the atmosphere is building for the industry's largest and most established road transport show. With new vehicles, emerging technologies and the opportunity to connect with key decision makers, the Show is set to offer visitors the complete package for growing and optimising their commercial vehicle operations.

Covering the breadth and depth of the road transport sector, the Show will once again offer an unrivalled range of products and services for operators across the entire industry. Visitors will be able to see the latest new products on display as well as plan the future of their business with advice from exclusive live theatre presentations.

Trucks, vans, pick-ups and new products galore
New for 2023 is a dedicated Truck Zone, which will feature the latest vehicles from Mercedes-Benz Trucks, Scania, Iveco, Renault Trucks, Volta Trucks and HVS. Located in Hall 5, the new zone provides an exciting insight into the future of heavy vehicle operations, featuring units powered by gas, electric and hydrogen.

Once again, there will be a large number of LCV manufacturers exhibiting at the Show, with new models on display from Ford, Isuzu, Iveco, Maxus and Nissan. New manufacturer B-On will also have a large display of last-mile electric delivery vehicles to offer showgoers.

As always, there will be a host of new products and solutions being launched and displayed at the Show. So far, there have been confirmed launches from Fischer Panda, Motormax, Parksafe, ProtectaVan and TVL Security, with more announcements expected in coming days.

Live Theatres continue to grow
A highly popular aspect of the Show in recent years has been the growing Live Theatre Programme, which will again offer a packed schedule of presentations across two stages on all three days.

In Hall 5, the Road Ahead Theatre will cover the future of the road transport industry, with key speakers from the SMMT, RHA and Iveco, along with sessions covering decarbonisation, van crime, driver safety, telematics and more.

Meanwhile, in Hall 4, the Workshop Theatre – presented in partnership with Commercial Vehicle Workshop – will provide a wealth of priceless, in-depth engineering expertise. Presentations will include battery technology, driver assistance systems, repair certification and much more.

Sales and marketing manager, Tim Mustin, said: “We’re delighted to present the best range of exhibitors at the Commercial Vehicle Show in years, which underlines the Show’s importance to the road transport industry and the value to both exhibitors and visitors.

“Businesses can make all their annual purchasing decisions in one place in the halls of the UK’s top exhibition venue.”

The 2023 Commercial Vehicle Show will take place at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) in Birmingham from 18-20 April 2023. For all the latest show information, visit


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Notes to Editors:
The Commercial Vehicle Show is the leading, most comprehensive and best-attended commercial vehicle event in the UK. The 2023 Show will take place at the NEC Birmingham from 18-20 April. The event is free to attend.

Commercial Vehicle Show is owned and operated by The Commercial Vehicle Show LLP whose members are the Institute of Road Transport Engineers (IRTE), the Road Haulage Association (RHA) and the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).

For more information, please contact:
Sarah Audsley

Commercial Vehicle Show is owned and operated by The Commercial Vehicle Show LLP whose members are:
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