Bandvulc will once again be exhibiting at this year’s Commercial Vehicle Show on the 25-27 April at the NEC Birmingham. As the Group continues to grow and develop cost-effective tyre solutions for clients, last year’s show clearly indicated the need to book a larger stand; this year’s will be its biggest yet! Alongside a number of Bandvulc’s specialised range of products for individual operating sectors will be a display of Uniroyal product. Uniroyal is now solely distributed by Bandvulc across the UK using its own fleet of trucks.
Investment in people and processes has enabled the organic growth of BVPlus+, the tyre management sector of the Group’s activities. Working with clients and partners Bandvulc offers a unique and flexible approach to tyre management which meets and exceeds many operational requirements. Operating in-house 24/7 BVPlus+’s exciting new developments and investments will take tyre services and delivery into the 21st century as it looks to engage more with all involved in the supply channel. To this end the stand will include a new design and innovation section highlighting key development projects – all will be revealed at the show.
A further addition for this year is an interactive screen which will enable visitors to glean the extensive range of BVPlus+’s fleet management services, literally at the touch of a button.
Bandvulc can be found in Hall 5, Stand 5F70 and looks forward to welcoming you to their stand.
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