Renault Trucks and Volvo Trucks on board of Transpotec 2019

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Dec 18, 2018

Transpotec Logitec 2019 continues its journey towards the next edition, awash with new developments. Since vehicles also drive the market, the return of Renault Trucks and Volvo Trucks, manufacturers that did not attend recent editions, marks a significant milestone for the event.

Also the Roberto Nuti Group returns to Transpotec, the transport and logistics exhibition scheduled in Verona, from 21 to 24 February 2019. The Group’s exhibition space will be in PAD 9 Stand C 2.11.

“The return of Volvo and Renault, but also the positive state-of-the-art of the negotiation with other manufacturers, whose names we will announce very soon, confirm that we are on the right track. The same track that has made Transpotec Logitec an ever-evolving platform in an ever-changing market. – explained Giuseppe Garri, Exhibition Manager of Transpotec Logitec– Road haulage is a strategic asset for Italy’s economy. That’s why, we wanted this event to be a place where to share new business strategies and promote the development of progress policies, consolidating its position in Italy’s market, but also laying the foundations for being a point of contact for the international market”.
 
Therefore, Transpotec 2019 will be a unique opportunity to meet professionals of all sectors related to the world of haulage. In particular, drivers and fleet owners can compare the offering of major manufacturers of trucks and commercial vehicles, and evaluate their set-ups, products, and services

 
Transpotec also dedicates areas to distributors of spare parts and aftermarket parts, but it will also showcase solutions for controlling fleets and planning travels, as well as state-of-the-art managementsoftware.

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