Key decision makers from Arriva, City Sightseeing, First, Go Ahead, National Express, Megabus, Metroline, RATP Dev, Tower Transit, Stagecoach and Transdev – some of the UK and Europe’s biggest bus and coach operators – have confirmed they will be heading to Euro Bus Expo at the NEC Birmingham from Tuesday 30 October.
Doors open on Tuesday 30 October, with 9,000+ attendees expected over three days. The line-up that awaits them includes around 300 exhibitors representing every link of the supply chain (of which 51 will be making their show debut this year) plus 130 vehicles will be on display.
Keeping up-to-date with all the latest innovations, solutions and insights on show across the 25,000 sqm of exhibition space at Euro Bus Expo – from the latest ‘must have’ vehicles, accessories and equipment to cutting-edge technology, training and services – is what marks it as an importabt diary date for the industry it serves.
“As the biggest bus and coach event in Europe this year, Euro Bus Expo is set to bring all the leading innovators, influencers, trailblazers, key buyers and senior decision makers together ‘under one roof’. From our speakers and exhibitors to the visitors themselves – the who’s who of this dynamic industry will be there doing business over three action-packed days,” said event director Helen Conway.
“I look forward to attending Euro Bus Expo, it enables me to keep up-to-date with new products and ideas, plus gives me the opportunity to network. There’s always something new and exciting to see,” says Matt Evans, MD of Centrebus.
“A one stop shop”
Ian Warr, Engineering Director at First UK Bus, said: “Euro Bus Expo is the ‘one stop shop’ for seeing and evaluating developments in vehicles, technology, emerging products and innovation. It also provides an excellent chance to network with a wide range of vehicle manufacturers, OE and aftermarket suppliers. It’s an absolute must for anyone involved in the bus and coach industries.”
“Euro Bus Expo is a fantastic show, which covers all aspects of the PSV Industry all under one roof. There is a nice mixture of both vehicle manufacturers, aftermarket sales and new products and designs on show. It’s one of those events that is very much welcomed by the industry,” said Paul Lee, procurement director UK bus at Stagecoach.
“The thing I love about Euro Bus Expo is seeing suppliers, industry colleagues and catching up on technology in the industry. I always make time in my diary to attend – it’s the best way of finding out first-hand what is happening,” said Andy Shaw, Operations Manager at Bluestar & Unilink.
“Euro Bus Expo is an essential part of our market engagement process, it provides valuable insights into emerging technologies and product innovations.” said Mark Osmer, group fleet procurement at Translink.
Euro Bus Expo returns to the NEC Birmingham in the UK on 30 October-1 November 2018.
For more information: www.eurobusxpo.com