The BVRLA returns to the CV Show at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham this year to champion the commercial vehicle rental and leasing industry and promote the benefits of working with one of its members.
BVRLA members own and operate more than 600,000 LCVs and HGVs, accounting for one in every seven vans and one in every four trucks on UK roads. They play a vital role in providing flexible, sustainable and affordable road transport for businesses and consumers up and down the country.
The association will be based on the stand of ATS Euromaster (Hall 4, Stand 4D10), where BVRLA staff and literature will be available throughout the three-day show. The team will be updating members on the key operational issues affecting the sector and handing out free copies of the association’s famous Fleet Forward Planner – essential reading for any operator wanting to stay abreast of impending legislation or regulatory changes.
They will also be telling visitors about the association’s mandatory code of conduct, quality assurance programme, conciliation service and other key benefits of choosing a commercial vehicle rental and leasing company that proudly displays the BVRLA logo.
“We are really excited about returning to the CV Show, which provides the perfect opportunity to meet up with so many existing and prospective members and their customers,” said BVRLA Membership Manager, David Hanson.
“We are particularly grateful to ATS Euromaster who have very generously allocated some of their exhibition space.”
Peter Fairlie, ATS Euromaster’s Group Sales Director, added: “We’re delighted to be hosting the BVRLA on our stand at this year’s CV Show and we look forward to answering any questions its members may have on tyre issues or fleet policies.”
On Wednesday 30th April the BVRLA is also inviting its members to a special breakfast preview of the latest CV Informer report, an annual survey of the commercial vehicle rental and leasing industry, undertaken in association with Motor Transport. The full report will be published later this Spring.
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