The International Truck, Trailer & Equipment Show will be the largest dedicated transport event ever seen on Australian soil. With every major truck manufacturer, over 50 trailer manufacturers and more than 300 ancillary equipment exhibitors now confirmed, get set to witness a truly world-class spectacle. And just by visiting the event you could win yourself the ultimate Moto GP experience for two in Malaysia.
Thanks to IVECO Trucks, all visitors attending this year’s ITTE Show will have the chance to win the ultimate Moto GP experience for two people in Malaysia by entering the International Truck, Trailer & Equipment Show passport promotion. Simply by registering either online or at the show and then visiting all major exhibitor pavilions, every show visitor will have the unique opportunity to win this fantastic once in a lifetime experience which includes return airfares for two people to Malaysia, Three nights accommodation and tickets to the Malaysian Moto Grand Prix. There will also be a meet and greet with Casey Stoner subject to his availability.
The ITTE Show will be held at the pristine 19 hectare Melbourne Showgrounds venue from March 18-20. Visitors attending the ITTE Show can expect to see all of the latest innovations and technological advancements that the transport industry has to offer with well over 300 static and moving equipment displays set amongst 13 indoor pavilions and huge landscaped outdoor exhibition areas. Entry to this marquee industry event is free to everyone and registrations can now be done online to facilitate quick entry upon arrival at the show.
Visitors who attended the inaugural show will no doubt remember the massive truck pavilions that were housed by industry heavy weights Paccar and Mercedes-Benz (MBAuP), showing off their Kenworth and DAF; and Mercedes-Benz, Freightliner, Sterling, and Fuso ranges respectively. This is now a trend that is set to continue with IVECO and International Trucks and Western Star Trucks and MAN Automotive Imports also occupying entire truck pavilions at the upcoming event. In addition to the entire truck pavilions, all other manufacturers will have larger display areas than they previously had in 2008. Scania Australia has doubled its space footprint to ensure that its full range of products will be on display whilst UD Trucks will occupy a large amount of exhibition area in the Boulevard Pavilion. Isuzu Australia will again have a combination of indoor and outdoor exhibition space that will be recognisable from the moment visitors enter through the show gates. Hino Australia has secured a large exhibition area on the centrally located Town Square Lawn; and leading industry icons Mack Trucks and Volvo Australia will be constructing a highly impressive display on the Royal Block Lawn. This will be a showcase of the industry heavy weights that no one can afford to miss.
Rounding off the impressive manufacturer show line up will be the largest collection of trailer builders and manufacturers ever assembled at a transport exhibition in Australia. Currently more than 50 manufacturers are confirmed for the event with Vawdrey Australia, MaxiTrans, CIMC, Krueger, Haulmark, Tieman and Barker Trailers just to name a few.