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2017 VEGATRUCK UK Tour

08 May 2017

The VEGATRUCK ‘on the road’ customer training facility is returning to the UK in June and July this year. After an amazing tour in 2016 with over 600 visitors, it is stopping at a number of venues where you can come along and visit, these include Aberdeen, Grangemouth, Grimsby, Ellesmere Port and South West London.

In case you haven’t heard, it’s a specially built and equipped expanding formula 1 style team trailer pulled by a very impressive and unique American Kenworth W900 truck. The training room is equipped with working instruments, functioning models, in a 64m2 presentation area. Our level and pressure experts are on hand  for demonstrations and to answer your questions on the full range of products on board. Featuring our new 80 GHz radar, Bluetooth communications for all instruments and VIS inventory system.

If you would like to come along for a visit, or book it for a tour stop now or in the future, contact linda.macdonald@vega.com for further details, locations and timings. Click this link if you would like to see the truck in action!


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