Held over three days, the Commercial Motor Show put hundreds of exhibitors in front of an audience of thousands of commercial vehicle buyers and operators, all without the need for social distancing.
In addition to seeing the latest vehicles, products and services, visitors to this free-to-attend event were invited to sit in on a wide range of interactive webinar sessions covering a range of topical issues from Brexit to cutting carbon emissions and the skills shortage to the Direct Vision Standard.
The Commercial Motor Show was a chance to catch-up with the latest vehicles, products and services launched in 2020. While numerous other trade shows had to be cancelled or postponed this year, the Commercial Motor Show was unaffected by Covid-19. Visitors could to talk to the exhibitors, and find out more about their offerings, all in complete safety and without the need for social distancing!
At the heart of the show was a three-day seminar programme, covering some of the biggest issues affecting the road transport industry today. The third day of the conference was taken by Microlise, which had to cancel its popular Transport Conference this year.