TIP, along with associate businesses Grayrentals and Eurotrail, will return to the Commercial Vehicle Show in May after a two-year absence.
In addition to promoting their range of industry leading rental, leasing and maintenance services for both ‘trucks’ and trailers, they will be showcasing one or two new initiatives, including their new Earned Recognition service and their Electronic Braking Performance Monitoring System, BrakePlus.
Earned Recognition by TIP is a service targeted at transport operators aspiring to achieve ‘exemplar’ Earned Recognition status and lists data entry, ‘compliance’ documentation provision, maintenance KPI monitoring, dashboard access and dedicated Earned Recognition support as key features of the service. Stand visitors can sign up for a FREE trial.
The team will also welcome the opportunity to discuss any requirements to equip trailer fleets with telematics solutions, including its BrakePlus ‘EBPMS’ that is aimed at improving safety and reducing costs associated with roller brake testing.
Whilst the TIP team will be on hand to discuss all things trailer-related, the Grayrentals / Eurotrail team will be available to discuss any hire or maintenance requirements that stand visitors may have for trucks, tractor units, vans and other specialised vehicles.
Mike Furnival, Managing Director, said, “Historically, TIP has been a long-term supporter of the CV Show, and we are really pleased to be back for this year’s event. Whether truck or trailer related, hire or maintenance related, we’ll have lots to share with visitors to our stand and we’re really looking forward to doing so.
The show is a great opportunity for us to meet many of our existing customers and to share news of our latest developments and, of course, to meet potential new customers too,” commented Mike.
The CV Show will be held once again at the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham and is taking place from 24th to 26th May.