iVT Expo: Registration is now open!

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Registration for iVT Expo is now open, announce the organizers of a new, off-highway industry-exclusive show.

The new, highly focused event dedicated solely to the needs of those that design, specify or manufacture agricultural, construction and off-highway vehicles – iVT Expo launches this February (13-14) in Cologne, Germany.

The free-to-attend exhibition, which is closed to the public, will feature around 100 exhibitors, providing a compact, hassle-free environment tailor-made for serious discussion and business, without any of the logistics issues that go with very big events.

This is not an event for farmers, contractors or casual vehicle fans. There will be no vehicles on display, or for sale. It will exclusively cater for those who build the machines, by showcasing the new components and technologies they need, while providing some vital clues as to the future direction of vehicle development, via four dedicated conferences.

The four pay-to-attend conferences – Autonomous Industrial Vehicle Technology Conference; Electric & Hybrid Industrial Vehicle Technology Conference; Industrial Vehicle Powertrain Technology Conference; and Industrial Vehicle Cab Design & Technology Conference – will bring together over 80 experts to address the critical trends shaping future vehicle development.

Conference speakers will address the critical issues shaping future industrial vehicle development, while the free-to-attend exhibition will showcase the latest components and technology, ensuring visitors to iVT Expo will gain exclusive insights into how best to reduce emissions, increase electrification, improve operator safety and comfort, and boost vehicle autonomy and efficiency – all under one roof.

Registration for the exhibition is free, quick and easy, just visit www.ivtexpo.com for further details and make a note of the dates for your diary: February 13-14, 2019, Koelnmesse, Cologne, Germany.

 

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