Monday, 30 August 2021

Are you coming to the CV Show

A little later than usual but it’s finally the time of year everyone who is anyone in transport heads to the NEC for the CV Show. 

Axtec are an ever present at the show having exhibited in all its formats since day one and this year we’ll be on stand 5G42 in hall 5. After skipping a year in 2020 for obvious reasons everyone is excited to be back in Birmingham catching up with old friends and meeting new ones and we were never going to pass up the opportunity to once again set our stall up at the NEC. 

Whilst buying everything on-line has become normal for all of us these days, buying highly technical equipment really needs help and advice from an expert; someone who knows their product inside out. And where best to meet specialists in the transport industry than its premier industry event? 
See you on stand 5G42 next week!

So apart from exhibitors who have to be there, what will bring people back to the NEC? 

Transport technology has come an awful long way since the first show in 1991 so it’s a great way to pick up new ideas, find out what the latest thinking is and find new solutions to old problems. And some things just cannot be gleaned from the internet. 

For instance, Axtec have picked up an awful lot of maintenance work in recent months. But looking on the internet for a new service provider may not be the best option. 

Only by talking to someone face to face can the full requirements for equipment calibration, approach levels, platform height adjustment etc can be discussed and potential issues identified. 

Not every detail about a product or its installation and calibration requirements be listed on the internet and a huge factor is the existing customer work environment. 

Taking a day out of a busy schedule to visit the NEC is never a wasted day. Talking face to face to an expert about a highly technical installation may well be the most productive thing to do that day. 

So make a note of the dates – August 31st, September 1st and 2nd and we’ll see you there.

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