From original equipment components and replacement parts to the latest in maintenance management systems, garage and body shop equipment, the Workshop Zone will play host to exhibitors spanning the automotive aftermarket and provide an all-compassing 'shop window' for demonstrations.
CV Show director, Rob Skelton, commented: “With compliance being a more important issue than ever and the need for regular maintenance being vital for operators of light or heavy commercial vehicles, high maintenance standards are critical for all operators in the commercial vehicle sector, from the lightest of vans to the heaviest of plant. With the Workshop Zone, we wanted to bring all of those elements together in one focused area of the show, making it easier for visitors to meet potential suppliers and compare services and costs.”
Leading exhibitors in the Workshop Zone include AC Hydraulic, Blitz Rotary, Bowmonk, CGE, Cormach, DEA-Worky, Eclipse, Gemco, Maha, National Windscreens, Pichler Tools, Pro-Align, Somers Totalkare, Serenco, Sykes-Pickavant, Tecalemit, Thermobile, Turnkey Instruments, Valeo and V-Tec.
There’ll also be stands from vehicle wash equipment suppliers, such as Istobal, Karcher, Washtec and Wilcomatic.
The Workshop Zone at the CV Show is supported by both the Garage Equipment Association (GEA) and the Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation (IAAF).
Another area of the CV business that will be well represented this year is the tyre industry. Visitors will be able to see the latest ranges from manufacturers Aeolus, Bridgestone, Continental, Double Coin, Goodyear, Hankook, GITI, Pirelli and Sailun.
Also present will be independent tyre wholesaler RH Claydon and Bandvulc Group with its high quality re-treads. ATS-Euromaster and Kwik-Fit also have stands at the Show and will present specialist maintenance and repair services, all designed to improve fleet performance.
Visitors can register for a free ticket to the CV Show at: www.cvshow.com