Free tickets to the CV Show by accessing the ticket registration online

Published:  27 February, 2012

The organisers of the 2012 Commercial Vehicle Show and Workshop 2012 have announced tha feature links to the ticket application process.

Prospective visitors can complete an online registration form by clicking on the ‘free tickets' panel on the home page and they will immediately receive their barcode by e-mail. The process is entirely online this year, so visitors will simply print their ticket and bring it to the Show.

By adopting this ‘green ticket' process, the CV Show will considerably reduce its carbon footprint, in line with the road transport industry's objectives. For the very few visitors without online access, a hotline telephone number is available.

The websites also list more than 120 product categories where visitors can check exhibitors' products.

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