Interest in van leasing could be on the up amid better-than-expected attendance at the recent Commercial Vehicle Show and Workshop 2011 (CV Show), which attracted a total of 16,137 individuals.
The latest news round-up from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, published yesterday, highlights the week’s developments in the road transport industry.
In the case of the CV Show, Geoff Dunning, chief executive of the show’s partner organisation the Road Haulage Association, says the sector’s performance typically runs in line with that of the economy as a whole.
“Based on last year’s show, the forecasted attendance for this year was between 12,000 and 15,000, so to have over 16,000 visitors is tremendous news,” he adds.
In all, 15,403 domestic and 734 international attendees headed to the 2011 CV Show, to learn the latest developments in van leasing, purchase and manufacture direct from the companies involved in the industry’s supply chain.
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