Forvia HELLA to exhibit at Commercial Vehicle Show

Forvia HELLA has confirmed that it will be exhibiting its latest lighting and electronic innovations at the Commercial Vehicle (CV) Show from 23-25 April at the NEC in Birmingham.

Located on stand 5F70, occupying an impressive 44sq.m., visitors to the Forvia HELLA stand can expect to see industry-leading solutions. A team of experts will be on-hand to advise how Forvia HELLA can address the specific challenges and requirements of individual operators.

“The CV Show is a must-attend for vehicle manufacturers, vehicle body converters and operators,” said Spencer Grinham, SOE Sales Director at HELLA UK. “Engage with our team, explore our cutting-edge range of CV lighting and electronics, and discover tailored solutions to conquer your industry challenges. We’ll be showcasing our latest developments, each designed to withstand the rigours of CV life.”

Innovative new products on the Forvia HELLA stand will include HELLA’s K-LED Rebelution rotating beacon. Doing away with the traditional beacon dome, it benefits from a new minimalist design. A permanently visible warning signal is emitted with an even stronger circumferential signal, making it truly unique.

HELLA’s Shapeline lamps are also expected to generate strong interest. The new modular concept facilitates various shapes and styles across a wide selection of single and multi-function lamps. Depending on lighting function requirements, Shapeline lamps are available with yellow, red or white cover lenses.

With applications covering the versatile Toyota Hi-Lux to the ubiquitous Ford Transit, to heavy-duty trucks and trailers, Forvia HELLA’s range of solutions are engineered to deliver unmatched performance, reliability, and efficiency in diverse operating environments.

The CV Show 2024 promises to offer invaluable insight, networking opportunities, and access to the latest advancements shaping the future of road freight transport and logistics in the UK.

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