Why exhibit?

Firmly established as Europe’s must attend event for outdoor testing and demonstrations in all lighting conditions as well as indoor showcasing of highways products, Traffex Seeing is believing (formerly Highways SIB) will provide you with the perfect environment to do just that.

Outdoor

The show offers its audience of local authorities, highway engineers, consultants and contractors (your clients and prospects) the chance to genuinely see your products outside in real working environments – at the UK’s largest privately owned test track facility. Track plots are positioned within dedicated zones along a working two-way street complete with zebra crossings and drop-off/collection points between zones covering areas such as: Maintenance matters, Making our mark, Safety in action, Signage solutions, A smarter network, Lighting the way.

There’s also a fantastic opportunity to showcase relevant products and services in our fully marked motorway area.

Indoor

In addition, the Traffex Seeing is believing indoor exhibition provides an environment where ever-increasing demands for cost reductions and efficiencies can be investigated and sourced, and your sales and marketing objectives achieved.

The spacious, modern and fully-equipped hall also offers you the chance to showcase your latest products as well as catch up with other industry trends and developments through our ‘integrated’ conference programme – consisting of specialised workshops and roundtable discussions. These sessions will be free for all visitors to attend, ensuring a regular flow of visitor traffic throughout the event.

Traffex Seeing is believing is brought to you by Brintex Events which is part of the Hemming Group, the publisher of Highways and Smart Highways.

Call Robert for more information on what Traffex Seeing is believing can offer you on +44 (0)1732 459683 or email r.gouge@hgluk.com

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