Compliance is one of the biggest issues for road transport operators and one of the main reasons why Workshop has become an essential part of the Commercial Vehicle Show, to be held 14-16 April at the NEC.
The need for regular maintenance is vital and for operators of light or heavy commercial vehicles, high maintenance standards are critical to the success or failure of the business.
Visitors to Workshop have an all-encompassing shop window displaying hundreds of exhibitors spanning the whole automotive aftermarket and CV maintenance sector.
From original equipment components and replacement parts to the very latest in maintenance management systems, garage and bodyshop equipment, Workshop has it all.
Workshop at the CV Show has grown considerably this year and includes stands from leading garage equipment suppliers Blitz Rotary, Bradbury, CTEK, Eclipse, Gemco, Maha, Somers Totalkare, Sykes-Pickavant, Tecalemit and Thermobile.
Making their CV Show debut will be vehicle lift manufacturer Maxima and specialist in spray booths and paint finishing, Junair. Major parts suppliers Delphi, Hella and Valeo will display their latest equipment and Stertil UK will show its commercial vehicle lifts. Texa will demonstrate its diagnostic tools and CV Show debutant Pro-Align will launch the new Hunter vehicle alignment system.
The Workshop sector at the CV Show is supported by both the Garage Equipment Association (GEA) and the Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation (IAAF).
The Commercial Vehicle Show takes place in Halls 3a, 4 and 5 at the NEC in Birmingham from 14-16 April 2015 and has been accredited with international status from the automotive industry’s global body, OICA, the Organisation Internationale des Constructeurs d’Automobiles.