Busworld Europe

2017-10-20 - 2017-10-25
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An exhibition for Bus and Coach only! Busworld Kortrijk is the biggest B2B bus and coach exhibition in the world and started in 1971 at in Belgium. It is dedicated to buses and coaches only, no other commercial vehicles are allowed, which makes this exhibition one of its kind. Vehicle manufacturers and their suppliers show their latest products and services, six days long, from Friday 20 October till Wednesday 25 October 2017. An exhibition organised by an industry association B.A.A.V., the organiser of Busworld Europe-Kortrijk, is a Flemish industry association of bus and coach operators. Buses and coaches are their natural habitat. This explains the special atmosphere of the Busworld exhibition: mixing BUSiness and pleasure. Exhibitors, visitors and organisers have the same passion: buses and coaches. Worldwide In 2015, Busworld Europe welcomed 411 exhibitors, coming from 36 countries. There were almost 35.000 visitors, coming from 118 countries. Still growing, shortage of space Like every edition, Busworld Europe will have to build temporary pavillions for this world renowned exhibition. The temporary pavilions have hard standing and are fully serviced. Many visitors arrive at the North main entrance which takes them straight into Hall 9, then into Hall 8, and thereafter to the permanent halls of the Busworld Xpo site. Exhibitor profile: bus and coach manufacturers and bodybuilders, components and spare parts for bus and coach and services for bus and coach. Visitor profile: bus and coach operators, public transport companies, authorities, companies that buy buses and/or coaches, anyone that wants to enlarge or maintain his bus and coach network. Busworld has its own knowledge platform: Busworld Academy. As always, Busworld Academy will organise a number of seminars during the exhibition.

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