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'Focused and bigger' Parkex & Traffex for 2013

28 February 2013

Parkex 2013, Europe’s dedicated parking exhibition will take place in Hall 5 at the NEC Birmingham from 16-18 April 2013

Parkex 2013 will co-locate with Traffex, one of the world’s largest traffic engineering, road safety and highways maintenance exhibition, now in its 26th year, and the combined Exhibition will provide visitors with the unique opportunity to see over 500 exhibitors from the world of transport, parking and street design all in one central location.

Leading parking brands from the UK and around the world will use Parkex as the launch-pad for their latest products and services. In addition, next year’s event will feature a larger purpose built Seminar Theatre, offering visitors a wide range of topical briefings and insights from the industry’s leading parking experts. The three-day seminar programme will be free to attend and is organised by the British Parking Association.

Bill Butler, Exhibition Director, comments: “Bringing Traffex and Parkex together has proved to be a great success in previous years and along with a new Street Design Feature the show promises to offer a truly integrated overview of the transport, parking and the external street design sector.

“Traffex 2013 returns to Hall 5 at the NEC Birmingham covering 25,000 square meters of exhibition space, innovative seminars, features and over 500 international exhibitors, is free to attend and it is a must see for anyone working within these industries.“


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