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CV Show Newsletter 3 : 17 March 2016
For immediate release

This is the latest in a series of CV Show Newsletters, detailing exhibitors’ stories about their Show plans.

Citroën shows off revised Berlingo range

Stand 5D40
Citroën’s extensively revised New Berlingo range will debut at this year’s Show.
Available from May onwards, the 2016 Berlingo is offered with a choice of a Euro 6 VTi 95PS petrol engine or BlueHDi 75PS, 100PS and 120PS diesel engines. This all-new engine line-up will see operators reap the rewards of improved fuel economy, increased efficiency and even better on-road dynamics. Details of the Berlingo’s full Euro 6 lineup will be available at the Show.
Set to launch at the Show and available from May onwards are two new standalone Euro 6 BlueHDi-powered Berlingo Enterprise van models. These new, range-topping variants are based on the newly launched BlueHDi 75 manual L1 625 van and the BlueHDi 100 S&S manual L1 850 van.
Additional equipment fitted on these models includes air conditioning, touchscreen audio pack, anti-theft alarm, rear parking sensors and Connecting Box (a Bluetooth/USB port).
In addition Citroën is introducing a Berlingo Enterprise Pack, which is optionally available for just £800 plus VAT on any New Berlingo LX van. The Berlingo Enterprise Pack includes air conditioning, a touchscreen audio pack, an anti-theft alarm, rear parking sensors and the Connecting Box.
The Enterprise Pack option can save customers up to £730 plus VAT compared with specifying the individual options.
More from Phil Reed, Reed Public Relations

020 8668 4048 | leadingpr@aol.com

AutoStyling Truckman launches range for new pick-ups

Stand 4G111
New hardtops for the 2016 Ford Ranger, Nissan NP300 Navara, Toyota Hilux, Isuzu D-Max and VW Amarok will be the focus of Auto Styling Truckman’s stand at this year’s Show.

 

The new British-Built hardtops will include the iconic high capacity solid sided Truckman Classic, the high capacity with all-round side access Truckman Utility, which is ideal for racking, and the cab high Truckman RS with solid sides, as well as accessories such as beacons, roof vents and door options.

 

Also on show will be the bestselling hardtop from the Luxury range, the stylish Truckman Grand with pop-out side windows, and the bestselling Jack Rabbit tonneau cover.

 

Mike Wheeler, Managing Director, said: “The CV Show has come at an exciting time for the business and provides us with the perfect opportunity to showcase our latest hardtops and accessories to the commercial vehicle sector. 

 

We have invested heavily in our UK production facilities and are continuing to expand and adjust as the needs of our customers evolve. Our commitment to British manufacturing is something that we take great pride in, and it allows us to design and produce high-quality, secure products that meet and exceed the requirements of customers operating vehicles in tough and off-highway environments.”
More from Jamie Collis, Recognition PR

01325 363436 | jamie.collis@recognitionpr.co.uk

New scheduling technology from Maxoptra

Stand 5J126
Maxoptra will bring its latest cloud-based, real-time delivery scheduling technology to the CV Show.
The company will be demonstrating software for managing transport operations that require real-time scheduling and accurate, continually updated, estimated arrival times. Maxoptra is designed for transport operations that are beyond the scope of traditional routing and scheduling systems, and in particular manages operations that require complete flexibility to respond to changing needs in real-time. It is part of a comprehensive web-based software solution that incorporates job despatching, telematics integration, mobile messaging, with live estimated time of arrival (ETA) and point of delivery reporting.
Maxoptra can handle diverse transport needs, for example, where vehicle fleets require both pre-planning and then re-scheduling once vehicles have departed, to respond to changing delivery and collection requirements.
The real-time routing and scheduling can be performed on individual vehicles or entire fleets, which can be instantly re-scheduled, creating a new delivery plan to make the best use of every driver and vehicle.
The software enables a move from purely pre-planned to partially or fully real-time operations, but also offers a host of features such as job despatch direct to drivers, in-cab navigation and messaging and live ETA updating for customers. Being entirely cloud-based, Maxoptra is available from any Internet-connected device.

 

More from Claire Morris, Magenta Technology

07939 938413 | claire.morris@magenta-technology.com

Fair wear and tear guide from BVRLA

Stand 4J02
The British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA) will be using the Show to launch the latest version of its Fair Wear and Tear guide for operators and drivers of contract hire and leased vehicles over 3.5 tonnes GVW.
The aim of the guides is to provide an industry-wide, accepted standard that defines what constitutes fair wear and tear on contract hire and financed heavy goods vehicles returned to BVRLA members after a period of long term rental or lease.
For 2016, the publication has been simplified and aligned with BVRLA’s Fair Wear and Tear guide for drivers of leased light commercial vehicles.
As well as the new guide, the BVRLA will also have copies of its new Commercial Vehicle Code of Conduct available, while members of BVRLA staff will be on hand to answer any questions from operators and hire companies.
 More from Jamie Fretwell, BVRLA

01494 545710 | Jamie@bvrla.co.uk

Huge range of OE quality components from febi Truck

Stand 5J115
With over 8,500 components available for at least 45,000 different applications, febi Truck will be taking advantage of the Show to demonstrate its vast range of aftermarket parts for major van and truck ranges.
The company’s range serves 90% of vehicle models from Europe’s leading manufacturers, in both light and heavy commercial vehicle types, including over 1,500 components for Ford, Citroën, Peugeot, Fiat, Iveco, Mercedes and Vauxhall light commercials.
febi Truck has always prided itself on supplying OE matching quality components which ensure confidence and first time fit. The company is committed to providing first class products across a core range of safety critical steering and suspension parts, as well as filtration, braking, electrical switching, engine cooling and auxiliary drive gear.
As well as the company’s range of LCV parts, stand visitors will have the chance to enter a prize draw for an English Ales Hamper.
More from Angelika Dul, Bilstein Group

01622 834053 | angelika.dul@bilsteingroup.com

Voith Turbo shows heavy truck technology

Stand 3H96
Voith Turbo, a leading European bus transmissions specialist, will display its unique technology for heavy trucks at the Show.
Voith’s VIAB, also known as the Turbo Retarder Clutch (TRC), played a key part in clinching the Vehicle Manufacturer of the Year Award 2015 for Mercedes-Benz at the inaugural “The Heavies” event – an awards ceremony specifically designed to recognise excellence within the heavy haulage and abnormal load movement industry.
The judges described the VIAB, fitted to the Mercedes-Benz Arocs SLT, as a true game-changer.
The Voith component is a completely new powerful start-up and braking system and is a standard fit on both Mercedes-Benz Arocs and Actros SLT tractors over 120 tonnes.
The VIAB provides powerful start-up and safe braking with no wear on loads up to 250 tonnes.

“It eliminates stress and tension behind the wheel when dealing with sensitive start-up and braking behaviour,” said John Domigan, Voith Turbo’s UK sales and marketing manager.
“The VIAB combines the advantages of hydrodynamics with the high efficiencies of mechanical driveline and features a powerful primary retarder.”
The component was developed with Mercedes-Benz and took several years to refine the mechanical, electronic, and software elements to make it class-leading.
More from Colin Walkey, Colin Walkey Communications

01926 402076 | colin.walkey@btinternet.com


New climate control and air conditioning units from Eberspächer

Stand 5F80
The Eberspächer UK stand will feature a wide selection of new and existing products, alongside vehicles fitted with the company’s latest climate control and air conditioning technologies.
Among the products taking pride of place on the Eberspächer stand will be a range of solutions, including the Breezeonic 3000, a streamlined 240v roof-mounted heating and air conditioning unit specifically designed for generator-driven mobile applications.
There will also be the Cooltronic G2 range of three 24v models for truck roof hatch-mounted air conditioning applications, designed as a parking cooler to allow air conditioning with the engine off.
With Anti-idle zones being introduced, this new range from Eberspächer will not only save money but will greatly reduce emissions. The new units are: Cooltronic 1000 G2, Cooltronic 1400 G2 and the Cooltronic 1400 G2 Slim (for high cabs).
In addition to these new products, a selection of Eberspächer’s bodybuilder and converter customers will be showing vehicles fitted with the latest Eberspächer air conditioning and climate control systems. The eight vehicles on the stand include an ambulance, minibus, pick-up truck, tipper truck and welfare coaches.
Vince Lee, Managing Director of Eberspächer UK said: “We are delighted to display such a varied selection of vehicles and are very grateful to our customers for making this happen.”
More from John Challen, Eberspächer

07803 237285 | johnchallen@gmail.com

Banner to show CleanAirBlue

Stand 4G120
Banner Chemicals will be making its seventh consecutive appearance at the CV Show, with its CleanAirBlue AdBlue stand.

 

Visitors to the stand will be able to discuss their AdBlue requirements with a team of experts, as well as being able to get advice on the safe storage and dispensing of AdBlue.
The company will have its complete range of CleanAirBlue AdBlue on display, from its unique two-litre bottle to 1,000-litre dual dispensing IBCs (Intermediate Bulk Containers), as well as tanks, bunds and equipment.

 

There will be a number of show day only special offers to sign up and take advantage of, on both the CleanAirBlue AdBlue and equipment ranges.

 

More from Eddie Allen, Banner Chemicals

07545 441049 | eallen@bannerchemcials.com

Double showing from Terberg DTS

Stand 5G120
Terberg DTS is exhibiting the innovative DT183, a market specific, specialist distribution tractor that was launched by the company last year. Alongside it will be one of the latest Kinglifter truck and trailer mounted fork lift trucks that are proving to be increasingly popular with UK operators.
Purpose designed and manufactured by Terberg Special Vehicles, The DT183 distribution tractor is solely designed to meet the market needs of the competitive pan-European distribution sector and is specified with an array of industry specific features. The powertrain for the DT183 tractor is based on the new Cummins Tier 4 Final diesel engine, matched to an Allison gearbox.
Kinglifter fork lifts fit all popular makes of trailer and rigid bodywork available in the UK and Ireland and are renowned for their lightweight construction and proven versatility. Starring on the stand will be the Kinglifter M-type, the best all-round forklift unit in the Kinglifter line-up because of its range of variants and suitability for different applications.
Alisdair Couper, Managing Director, said: “2016 is an exciting time for Terberg DTS and visitors to our stand will get a first-hand demonstration of how Terberg, through its policy of constantly developing a proven product range, is able to present them with new, innovative and attractive options for their vehicle and material handling requirements.”
More from David Nash, Quad Public Relations

0161 456 7870 | quadpr@globalnet.co.uk


Sigmavision launches 3D tyre scanner

Stand 4E59
The world’s first 3D handheld tyre measurement scanner will be the main feature of Sigmavision’s stand at the Show.
The TreadReader handheld scanner is a compact and lightweight device. It is quick and easy to use and eliminates the errors associated with manual depth gauges. The scanner is positioned on one edge of a tyre and operated by sliding it across the tread face.
Accurate tread depth readings for tyres of all vehicle types, from LCVs to HGV, buses, trailers and passenger cars, can reveal badly worn or unevenly worn tyres symptomatic of problems such as wheel misalignment or worn suspension.
Colour-coded 3D scans enable tyre replacement at the best time to maximise tyre safety and present revenue opportunities to the trade from increased tyre sales or service hours.
TreadReader is suitable for wet or dirty tyres and is ideal for all tyre inspection applications such as workshops, service centres, inspection lanes, commercial vehicle yards and at the roadside.
The calculated data can be imported into any fleet management system to log tyre scans and produce wear analysis or tyre lifetime modelling.
Based in the UK, Sigmavision is a high tech company, with world class expertise in laser sensor and camera imaging technology.
Sigmavision is also working with leading industry partners to educate private motorists and business drivers about correct tyre maintenance and the need to reduce the number of road traffic accidents occurring as a result of faulty tyres

  

More from Sue Pryce, Sigmavision

07584 569418 | sue.pryce@sigmavision.com


IRTE offers drop-in registration surgeries

Stand 5G40

 

The Institute of Road Transport Engineers (IRTE) will be hosting free drop-in registration surgeries where show visitors can find out more about professional registration via the Engineering Council (EngTech, IEng and CEng) and details of how to apply.

Visitors will also have the chance to talk to the IRTE team about membership, the irtec licensing scheme, IRTE Workshop Accreditation, and how these can benefit them and their businesses.

 

The Show will also see the launch of irtec Light, a pioneering new irtec initiative aimed at supporting those who work with light commercial vehicles. 

More information about the registration surgeries can be obtained by email at registration@soe.org.uk
More from Mary Weeks, SOE

020 7630 2150 | mary.weeks@soe.org.uk


Enterprise Flex-E-Rent makes CV Show debut

Stand 4C10
Enterprise Flex-E-Rent, one of the fastest-growing companies in the commercial vehicle rental market, is making its first appearance at the CV Show.
Visitors to the Enterprise Flex-E-Rent stand will experience first-hand the exceptional levels of customer service the company is renowned for with its fleet of over 26,000 commercial vehicles, cars, vans and trucks, as well as specialist temperature controlled and accessible vehicles.
As headline sponsors of the UEFA Europa League, Enterprise will be offering visitors to the stand the chance to win an all-expenses paid trip for two to the Europa League Cup Final in Basel on May 18th, which includes all travel, match day hospitality and VIP match tickets.
Enterprise Flex-E-Rent vehicles will be on display during the show, including a DAF 12-tonne rigid fitted with a Dyson FLA 5000 Hydra Loader twin deck, a two-vehicle transporter body, and a DAF 18-tonne multi-temperature rigid fitted with a Frigoblock FK25 refrigeration system on the Gray & Adams stand.
On Coolkit’s stand there will be a Renault Master panel van with a refrigerated conversion and on Eberspächer’s stand an accessible Mercedes Treka conversion.
More from David Nash, Quad Public Relations

0161 456 7870 | quadpr@globalnet.co.uk


Bandvulc marks major new contract

Stand 5H70
Tyre fleet management specialists Bandvulc Plus+ will be celebrating a major new contract win at the CV Show this year.
Bandvulc’s BVPlus+ division will be responsible for the management of Searon Logistics’ fleet of more than 200 vehicles, primarily based in the Port of Felixstowe and serving other major UK rail hubs.
Searon Logistics is involved in the management of containers across the UK and operates to tight time constraints. BVPlus+’s offer provided confidence in the ability to meet all of Searon Logistics’ requirements in an especially time sensitive operation.
It is the latest success for BVPlus+, the largest division of the Bandvulc Group. Phil West, Bandvulc Group Commercial Director, said: “In the transport sector every second counts. Companies need their vehicles on the road around the clock and we’re here to ensure that this happens. Searon Logistics’ requirements in the container sector are stringent, as you would expect. Our delivery of services is important to our continued growth, so we make sure all aspects of every offer is deliverable.”
Rob Lewis, Searon’s Fleet Manager, added: “Bandvulc’s offer was cost effective, forward thinking and provided room for future development and changes as the business continues to grow.”
BVPlus+ employs more than 60 people and has an annual turnover of circa £40million. Its clients fall into a wide range of business sectors from rental and retail, to specialist logistics and distribution.
More from Leon Theisinger, Kioo Marketing

01752 344555 | info@kioomarketing.co.uk

Four in a row for VWS

Stand 5C108
British-based weighing technology experts, Vehicle Weighing Solutions Ltd (VWS), will be returning to the Show for the fourth year running to launch an innovative vehicle tow hitch weighing device and demonstrate their existing range of market leading products.
VWS will be demonstrating its latest development, the Tow Hitch Safety Loading System, with neighbouring exhibitor Hope Technical Developments.
The companies have joined together to create an all-in-one van and tow overloading protection system. It uses the same in-cab indicator display so drivers can access both sets of weight data easily. The data can either be stored or exported to most telemetry systems. A VWS Ford Transit demonstration van fitted with VWS’ vehicle overload protection system VOPS2, the Tow Hitch system, and standing on one of VWS APOLLO weigh pads, will be stationed between both stands.
Julian Glasspole, VWS Managing Director, said: “There are serious health and safety issues with tow hooks being overloaded, forcing the rear axle down and pushing the front wheels up, which seriously impairs braking ability. There are also issues when there is too little weight on the hook, making the rear axle lift and causing vehicles to jackknife. Our combined system means that drivers can check if a hook has been loaded correctly and at the same time check that the vehicle isn’t overloaded.”
Also featuring on the VWS stand this year is the VWS PurGo, a software package designed specifically for waste and recycling operators to help streamline their operations, pinpoint heavy bins and identify missed revenue.
It works in harmony with bin-weighing systems, vehicle CCTV and telematics, and is a paperless system that uses handheld PDA’s with built in Sat Nav to assist drivers and enable geographical tracking of every vehicle and container.
More from Clare Summers, Summers Marketing and PR

01242 460969 | clare@summersmarketing.com


TruckEast Plastipol to demonstrate racking systems

Stand 5A20
A range of innovative racking and storage solutions will be the focus of the TruckEast Wellingborough stand at this year’s show, in conjunction with German supplier Plastipol-Scheu.
Plastipol-Scheu has many joint ventures across Europe, but TruckEast is their only UK partner.

TruckEast Wellingborough will be fitting units from Plastipol-Scheu’s Profi-Line, Geo-Van and Sub-Floor ranges to clients’ goods vehicles.
Plastipol-Scheu has a great deal of expertise in manufacturing storage systems for workshops and vehicles. Plastipol-Scheu offers modern van racking solutions from standard units, with over 50 years’ experience in its native Germany. The systems are produced in modern factories across Germany and comply with current European safety standards and crash test requirements.

The service, based from TruckEast’s Wellingborough Depot, will begin with experienced personnel discussing and understanding the customer’s requirements, after which a plan is created to show the customer which units are suitable for their workflow and vehicle.
After the customer decides on a vehicle equipment system, TruckEast Wellingborough professionally install it.
Sub-floor solutions

More from Louise Tobin, Business Development, TruckEast

01933 303303 | louise.tobin@scania.com

Paneltex celebrates Silver Jubilee

Stand 3A110
Paneltex Ltd will be celebrating its Silver Jubilee year with its biggest ever display at the NEC, featuring an impressive line-up of six vehicles from its diverse product portfolio, including examples from all four of its UK truck, trailer and van manufacturing sites.
Originally established in 1991, Paneltex is now one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of refrigerated bodies, covering van, truck and trailer applications, with specialist production facilities in Gainsborough, Norwich and Andover, as well as at the original Paneltex manufacturing site in Hull.
The six vehicle display in the Cool Pavilion will include a Mercedes MWB Sprinter with a Paneltex Somers refrigerated panel van conversion, an 11-metre refrigerated trailer, two refrigerated rigid box bodied trucks and a Paneltex Transload-bodied Luton van.
Completing the line-up is a home delivery van from times past, which will demonstrate just how small an urban delivery vehicle can be…
Chris Berridge, Paneltex Managing Director, said, “2016 is a special year for us as we reach the milestone of 25 years of successful manufacturing within the commercial vehicle industry. Our display in the Cool Pavilion will demonstrate the varied and interesting selection of refrigerated and non-refrigerated vehicle bodies that certainly shows our position as one of the UK's leading specialist commercial vehicle bodybuilders.”
More from David Nash, Quad Public Relations

0161 456 7870 | quadpr@globalnet.co.uk


About the CV Show
The CV Show is the largest and most comprehensive road transport event staged in Britain, catering for every operator’s business needs. It will take place in Halls 3a, 4 and 5 at the NEC in Birmingham from 26-28 April. Visitors can register for their free ticket at www.cvshow.com


ENDS

Note to Editors:
The Commercial Vehicle Show is owned by the CV Show LLP comprising the Road Haulage Association, the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders and IRTE Services, the trading company of the Society of Operations Engineers.
Media contact:
Kate Gibbs: +44 (0) 7979 531451 or cvmedia@cvshow.com

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