Ring Automotive is looking back on a very successful Commercial Vehicle Show, where it focused on the Vehicle Conversion market with its range of mobile power, interior lights and warning lights to ensure vehicles can work remotely.
This year’s CV Show was well attended with a high footfall. One noticeable element at the show was the number of exhibitors showcasing Light Commercial Vehicles. This would make sense with the increase in LCV sales in the UK and Ireland.
The growth in LCV sales has come from fleets requiring smaller more nimble vehicles for deliveries and to meet environmental targets.
Ring looked to capitalise on the trend and focused on the Vehicle Conversion market with its range of mobile power, interior lights and warning lights to ensure vehicles can work remotely.
Ring had an example of a van converted into a Welfare Vehicle, kindly supplied by Ring’s customer Lyndon Systems. It acted as central focus for showcasing the company’s products in-situ, so visitors could get a full understanding of how Ring’s products make mobile work possible.
On the back of the show one of Ring’s customers has secured an order from a fleet customer to have 20 vans converted using Ring’s products.
Richard Morley, Sales Director at Ring said: “We are looking forward to building on the positive reviews to our stand and the products we had to offer. So far the feedback is promising and with many more enquires to follow up it bodes well. It was a great show.”