Monday, 2 February 2015

Trailers and tankers to return to CV Show in force . . .


Trailers and tankers to return to CV Show in force

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There will be more tankers and trailers exhibited at the 2015 Commercial Vehicle Show than on any occasion since the 2008 event prior to the recession, say show bosses.

Organisers have particularly noted the return after a seven-year absence of trailer builder Don-Bur, which describes its trailer as a real “showstopper”.

“Is this a world launch for Don-Bur? If so, it’s a great indication that yet another sector of the industry considers the ever-growing popularity and prestige of the CV Show as the obvious launch-pad for its products,” said CV Show organisers.

Meanwhile, John and Steven Cartwright – faces familiar to the CV Show – will be in attendance at the NEC Birmingham to promote their new company, Tiger Trailers.

“The decision by John and me to leave our positions in the Cartwright family business was driven by our desire to lead the company 100 per cent and to make significant changes for its future success,” said Steven Cartwright, joint managing director at the new firm.

Sales director Darren Holland added that a new manufacturer on the scale of Tiger Trailers had not been generated in decades.

“This has got to be good news for all prospective purchasers,” he added. “Our first confirmed orders will be delivered during September and we invite all customers to visit us either at the factory or at the CV Show.”

Other players in the trailer sector to attend this year’s event will include Cartwright Group, Doll Fahrzeugbau, Lawrence David, Montracon, SDC and Van Hool – while tanker manufacturers exhibiting will include Felbinder UK, Fuller Tankers, G Magyar, Maisonneuve, RTN Group, Van Hool and Whale.

The 2015 CV Show, which takes place from 14-16 April, has also received international status accreditation from global industry body OICA, the Organisation Internationale des Constructeurs d’Automobiles.

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