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CV Show 2024 Highlights

1 min to readLeasing
This year’s Commercial Vehicle Show returned to Birmingham’s NEC between 23-25 April, and once again proved to be an unmissable event for fleet decision-makers, showcasing the latest innovations while bringing the industry’s experts together under one roof.
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Navigating a changing fleet landscape

The Light Commercial Vehicle sector has never been more dynamic. New technology and sustainability initiatives are changing the way fleets operate, manufacturers are working towards the first mandatory zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) sales targets, while shortages of technicians and parts have put pressure on aftermarket workshops. Expert advice is crucial to help meet those challenges. A new and comprehensive seminar schedule provided a platform to keep fleet operators up to date with the most important topics – such as decarbonisation, safety and recruitment – all aimed at helping them to thrive in a fast-changing sector.

A spotlight on innovations

The CV Show is a great chance to discover the latest products and services for fleets, and it’s often a first UK outing for important new vans, pickups and trucks from leading manufacturers.

This year is no different, with Ford showcasing its expanding E-Transit line-up, Renault offering an early opportunity to check out the new Master van, and a wide range of electric commercials including JLC’s city-friendly line-up, Canoo’s futuristic van, and the B-On Pelkan – fresh from its debut at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

Award-winning LCV support

Our team were also at the show, with our team on hand to share insights and showcase our industry-leading LCV proposition – including flexible funding solutions, unique TCO+ tool.

You can hear more about the Commercial Vehicle Show and some of the challenges and opportunities facing fleet operators in our latest podcast.

Published at 1 May 2024
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