CV SHOW 2021: NEW DATES

The CV Show 2021 has been rescheduled with new dates. The event will

CV Show will return later in 2021

now take place Tues 31st August to Thursday 2nd September at the NEC.

A statement from the organisers reads as follows:

Following the government’s recent announcement of a roadmap out of lockdown, The Commercial Vehicle Show LLP has taken the decision to reschedule the 2021 Commercial Vehicle Show. The Show will be held on the new dates of Tuesday 31st August – Thursday 2nd September 2021. 

As enthusiasm builds for the 2021 Show of the UK’s leading event for the road transport industries, Murray Ellis, Show Director, commented: “With live business activity returning, we are delighted to be able to stage a Commercial Vehicle Show on these new dates and are focused on delivering a successful Show for visitors, exhibitors and the industry. The Show will once again provide the perfect opportunity to see new vehicles, products and technology alongside networking that the Show is renowned for. We very much look forward to welcoming everyone back to another great Show in September.

The CV Show had to be cancelled in 2020 due to the pandemic.

 

Published by GregWhitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist

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