This year's CV (commercial Vehicle) show will be taking place on April 24th to 26th at the NEC in Birmingham, and is by far the largest road and transport industry show within the UK.
This year the organisers have revealed that one of the themes included within the show's events will be that of skill development. The van industry, much like the auto industry in general, places a lot of value in reinvesting in staff training, with figures showing that 64% of companies within the UK provide on average three days of training each year.
The Institute of Road Transport Engineers will be on hand to offer advice to commercial vehicle company owners on recognising skills and people organisation. The IRTE will certainly not be the only organisation contributing towards the skill theme of the show, both Manchester College and the S & B Auto Academy will be offering advice to attendees on a range of related issues.
So, to receive advice and see plenty of top quality commercial vehicles on display, such as Ford Transit vans or other new Ford vans, why not head to the CV show in April?