Mar 05 2012
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Commercial Vehicles Middle East event to open Tue. in Dubai
DUBAI: Commercial Vehicles Middle East, the region's only event dedicated to commercial vehicles, parts and services, will open in Dubai tomorrow, bringing together the largest ever gathering of transport, fleet and logistics decision makers from across the region's road transport business.The event provides a platform for knowledge exchange, commercial partnerships, market ?and trend analysis, product comparison and technology updates for transport, fleet and logistics managers from regional commercial enterprises and procurement officials from the region's transportation departments. The three-day event at Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre runs in tandem with the Commercial Vehicles Conference, which will see a panel of experts from leading transport organisations addressing key issues for the industry. Mercedes-Benz, Renault Trucks, Shell, Michelin, Arabian Automobiles, Isuzu, IVECO, Hino, Daimler Middle East, and Emirates Transport will all showcase their latest range of products. "Commercial Vehicles Middle East exhibition and conference is the only event in the region providing an all-in-one platform for knowledge exchange, commercial partnerships, market analysis, and technology updates for transport, fleet and logistics managers," said Alexandria Robinson, project manager, Commercial Vehicles Middle East. "The event will feature more than 3500 square metres of exhibition space, which will be busy with product demonstrations, networking functions, a workshop programme and more than 100 local and international exhibitors showcasing the widest range of commercial vehicles, parts and services in the region."
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