Freight Transport Association at the Commercial Vehicle Show 2018

NEC Birmingham, 24th – 26th April 2018Freight Transport Association

The Freight Transport Association who are one of the UK’s largest trade associations and represents the transport interests of business moving that are moving goods by road, rail, sea and air are going to be exhibiting at the CV Show this month which is the most comprehensive road transport and commercial vehicle event that is held in the UK.  It doesn’t matter if you are a one-man owner of a commercial vehicle or you manage a fleet of vans this will be a great show for you to attend to speak with industry experts about the very latest issues affecting transport managers.

Are you up to date with all your compliance issues around your van fleet, are you an owner operator, are doing everything you need to be doing to keep your fleet compliant and within the health and safety guide lines of your fleet policy.

The Freight Transport Association will be able to show you a wide range of service that they can offer you to jelp keep your organisation safe efficient and compliant.

They will also be offering a special membership deal which will only be available between these date of the show.

Find them at stand 4F20 in Hall 4

 

What’s going on?

CCI Lite Demonstrations 

FTA will be offering FREE demonstrations of their Compliance Confidence Index (CCI) Lite at the CV Show. Book a place today and you’ll have your personal CCI Lite set up and ready to go on your requested day. A dedicated member of their team will take you through a condensed version of our full CCI to show you how membership with FTA can help improve your confidence in appropriate areas. Book now.

One Fateful Day Screenings | 11.00am & 2.30pm each day

You can book a FREE place on to one of their “One Fateful Day” which we have found very interesting to watch and very informative.  They are taking place on the stand at the CV Show, which will identify the risks involved in the operation of vans and offer a practical approach to minimise risk. Book now.

 

Register today for your free tickets – a show that attracts over 21,000 people.