According to the organisers of CV Show 2015, there will be more tankers and trailers on display than have been seen since the pre-recession Show of 2008.
Key players in this particular sector will include Cartwright Group, Doll Fahrzeugbau, Don-Bur, Lawrence David, Montracon, SDC, Tiger Trailers and Van Hool.
Show organisers are particularly pleased to see Don-Bur return to the CV Show after a seven year absence, with the company describing 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.
Familiar CV Show faces John and Steven Cartwright will be there with 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% and to make significant changes for its future success,” said Joint Managing Director, Steven Cartwright.
According to Sales Director Darren Holland, a new manufacturer of this scale has not been generated in decades. “This has got to be good news for all prospective purchasers. 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.”
Tanker manufacturers will also be turning out in force and include Felbinder UK, Fuller Tankers, G Magyar, Maisonneuve, RTN Group, Van Hool and Whale.
The 2015 CV Show has been accredited with international status from the automotive industry’s global body, OICA, the Organisation Internationale des Constructeurs d’Automobiles.