A Tevva electric truck perched on one of MAHA UK’s flagship lifts will be sure to stop ITT Hub visitors in their tracks, as the workshop equipment manufacturer continues its preparations for the event at Farnborough International.
Along with the Tevva T7, perfectly suited to ITT Hub’s ‘the future is here: tomorrow’s technology today’ strapline, the trio of Nick Austin, Louis Tunmore and Luke Fuller will be illustrating the capabilities and benefits of MAHA UK’s DVSA specification MBT 7250 EUROSYSTEM roller brake tester, MLT 1000 headlight alignment tester and LMS 20.0 axle play tester at the event held on the 11th and 12th May.
ITT Hub, in its second year, brings the commercial road transport sector under one roof, highlighting the latest innovation and technology for bus, coach, truck, van, last mile and autonomous vehicle fleets.
After welcoming an audience of more than 4,000 for its debut edition, hosting 150 exhibitors – including 23 vehicle manufacturers – and 40 speakers at the Future Logistics conference, MAHA UK’s senior management team were impressed with the numbers and objectives of the event’s organisers, inspiring them to give the green light to exhibiting.
MAHA UK Managing Director, Neil Ebbs, said: “As the industry transitions to net zero, there is a real need for an event, like ITT Hub, that provides a platform to showcase the latest equipment and technology – our modern equipment is perfectly-suited to this trend, and we look forward to meeting delegates in May.”
MAHA UK is also exhibiting at Road Transport Expo between the 30th June and 2nd July, while the team from the UK subsidiary will also be joining their German colleagues in Frankfurt for Automechnika, which takes place in September, highlighting a busy but exciting exhibition season for the company.
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