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Truck Brands in Race to Secure "Prime Spots"

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Truck brands race to secure “Prime Spots” at Trucking 2018

The success of previous “Trucking” shows has caught the attention of this country’s major truck dealers and they are now lining up to take part in next year’s TMC Trailers Trucking Industry Show which is being held over March 9 and 10, 2018.

Heavy Trucks, suppliers of Man and Western Star trucks, were first to secure space at the show and they have been joined by the leading Sime Darby group who will be show casing their Hino, Mack, Volvo, and UD Trucks brands along with their service and parts network, Truckstops.

The show will include, for the first time, a secure driving area to allow test drives to be conducted away from the public areas.

Industry suppliers Bridgestone, CVC, CTS, Gough TWL, SI Lodec are also keen to make full use of this popular show.

The show has moved to a new location which offers a better layout and the opportunity to offer more activities. Friday’s “Trade Day” offers site holders the opportunity to liaise with clients away from the hustle and bustle of the full show day on Saturday.

Another important feature of the show will be the Careers Day, where people can look behind the scenes of the trucking industry.

Saturday night’s TMC Trailers Trucking Industry dinner is being held at the TMC Trailers factory. Now is the time to book as tickets are limited. Book at

The show is being held at the Canterbury Agriculture Park from 9am-5pm Friday 9th and Saturday 10th March 2018. Entry is just $5. Proceeds from the event will go to Ronald McDonald House SI and Child Cancer Canterbury. For more information

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