The first Euro Bus Expo for three-years is due to take place at the NEC Birmingham on 1-3 November. The exhibition will spotlight innovation, decarbonisation and the future of passenger transport.
The organisers say there is strong support from leading manufacturers, including Alexander Dennis (which will be displaying its double-deck hydrogen fuel cell-electric Enviro400FCEV), BASE Coach Sales, Equipmake, G M Coachwork, Ilesbus, Irizar UK, London Hire, MAN Truck & Bus, Nu-Track, Pelican Bus and Coach, PHVC Minibus & Fleet Suppliers, Scania, Stanford Coachworks, Switch Mobility, Treka Bus and Volvo.
Graham Vidler, CEO of show partner, Confederation of Passenger Transport says: “With the road to net zero at the top of the political agenda, operators and manufacturers know how crucial it is that we act now to achieve ambitious targets and tackle climate change. It is great to see that Euro Bus Expo will be looking closely at how our industry can play its part in decarbonising transport.
“The event is an industry staple that has been sorely missed – this year will be an opportunity to reconnect and continue to have important discussions around the top challenges facing us today.”
The show will also include a free seminar programme featuring a range of speakers from across the sector.