Bodybuilders dominate CV Show

Birmingham, UK: British trailer and bodybuilders have returned en masse to the CV Show.

Not since the CV Bodybuilder Show in 1994 has there been an opportunity for the road transport industry to compare such a wide range of bodywork and trailers under one roof, say the organisers.

Body and trailer builders are exhibiting their latest technology, designed to maximise payload and reduce fuel consumption.  And the Cool Pavilion will include Britain’s top temperature-controlled trailer and bodywork providers: at the show are Transdek, Quinn Refrigerated Vehicles, Paneltex, Reflex & Allen, Frigoblock, Cool Running Rental,  Marshall Fleet Solutions, Grayson Thermal Solutions, Solomons, Gray and Adams, Lawrence David, Cartwright, United Rental, SDC Trailers, Commercial Body Fittings, and more…

Cold Chain News, this website’s print title, will preview the show in a special April issue.

The CV Show runs from Tuesday 9 April until Thursday 11 April, open from 08:30-17:30.

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