The market leader's main stand in Hall 5 will showcase models from across the range with LF, CF and XF variants on display, while an adjacent outside stand will provide visitors with a wide selection of vocational vehicles including multi axle tractors and rigids, and a variety of DAF First Choice quality approved used trucks.
Show vehicles include a new CF 8x4 tipper offering 250kg more payload over its predecessor model; a lightweight CF 450 FTP 6x2 tractor for the petrol chemical market complete with Safe Loading Pass and ADR compliance; a compact LF City 7.5 tonner equipped with a PACCAR boxvan body and a CF 370 FAN 6x2 rigid featuring the latest electro-hydraulic rear steer technology.
DAF Truck's Showtrekker low deck tractor and trailer combination will also be on display decked in striking air brushed livery to celebrate the company's history.
DAF Trucks' main stand will also focus on the company's extensive customer support portfolio, including DAF Connect, an online Fleet Management system, and DAF Fleet Services, DAF Trucks' comprehensive maintenance support package to support major fleets operating across multiple locations to ensure whole fleet compliance and to maximise vehicle up-time.
The CV Show will also see DAF Trucks promote its new driver training voucher scheme. Upon acquiring their new CF and XF vehicles, all retail customers' drivers will be entitled to professional driver training courtesy of 25 dedicated DAF Dealer Driver Trainers located throughout the DAF Dealer network. Approximately 2.5 hours in total, training includes in cab and vehicle walk round familiarisation followed by on road coaching.
"We're delighted to be exhibiting at the CV Show again this year in line with our intention to attend the show on a two yearly cycle," said DAF Trucks' Managing Director, Robin Easton, "The CV Show always provides us with a great opportunity to network with customers, both existing and new, plus a chance to exhibit our new LF, CF and XF product range - which, of course, we unveiled at the NEC in 2017."
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