CV SHOW 2012







Published by Gerald Ferreira Date: January 4, 2012
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CV SHOW 2012 – TO PLAY ITS PART IN SUPERTRUCKS’ GROWING BUSINESS

Supertrucks, the UK’s largest manufacturer of racks and bodywork for the glass industry and other specialist bodywork, has just committed to exhibit at the 2012 CV Show.  At the 2012 CV Show the company, which is currently enjoying high levels of business, will be taking its largest ever stand at this event.

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Peter Wright, Supertrucks chairman, remarks, “We are pleased to commit to exhibit at the CV Show in April this year.  At a stage when our company is expanding its output, the CV Show fits well with our marketing strategy.  If our previous CV Show experience is any guide, we will gain several new orders at this event.”

In recent months, Supertrucks has appointed additional skilled bodybuilders and is currently in the market to recruit more.  The company is experiencing a high level of demand for its glass carrying racks, specialist coachbuilt glass carrying bodywork and its innovative high cube, low loading Space Van.

“We are currently in the very fortunate position of having a healthy order book and an innovative, modern product range.  Also we are benefiting from strong demand from various European export markets, which is now accounting for approaching 20 per cent of our business,” Peter Wright adds.

On the company’s island stand (CV Show, 1B 50,NEC, 24-26 April 2012), the latest version of the innovative, high cube, low loading Supertrucks Space Van will be making its debut.  The 2012 model Space Van incorporates a revised aerodynamic package and a wider range of options, including a greater choice of side load doors.

The show exhibit will be built on the new Euro 5 CitroënRelay back-to-back cab with its HDi 130 engine and upgraded cab interior.  The Space Van’s 20.4cu.m load capacity, up to 1260kg payload, a walk-in loading deck height of just 190mm (with optional air suspension) – and the new, Euro 5 fuel efficient Citroën Relay makes for a highly productive combination for operators transporting low density, high bulk products.