Transpotec Logitec (8-11 May), Italy’s leading event for goods transport and logistics and NME – Next Mobility Exhibition (8-10 May), dedicated to vehicles, solutions, policies and technologies for sustainable mobility, will run simultaneously in Milan this year. NME will be then back after the good results of the first edition in 2022.
Next Mobility Exhibition in May in Milan
The second week in May will therefore offer a unique opportunity to reflect on the present and the future of goods and passenger transport – two parallel worlds that share many common challenges. This synergy appeals to both sectors, as demonstrated by the many companies that have already signed up.
In terms of manufacturers, there is already a wide range on offer at both events: from the world of heavy and light commercial vehicles, Ford Trucks Italia, Koelliker, Renault Trucks Italia and Volvo Group Italia are scheduled to take part at Transpotec, while Ayats, Isuzu, Karsan and Otokar have confirmed their attendance at NME. Iveco and Iveco Bus are also confirmed participants.
Ahead of the Next Mobility Exhibition, Gianluca Annunziata, Managing Director, Iveco Bus Italy, commented: “Iveco Bus offers an increasingly complete range of powertrains, from traditional to alternative fuel types, such as electric, hydrogen and biomethane. These sustainable solutions are part of a significant drive towards decarbonisation, where collaboration between manufacturers, institutions and energy companies will play an increasingly key role. By positioning itself as a partner to public transport companies through its complete range and its efficient services designed around the customer, IVECO BUS is strengthening its role as a leader in the sector at an Italian and European level. It can ensure all-round coverage, from vehicles to recharging stations, as well as consultancy, fleet management and recharging. Achieving sustainable mobility is an ongoing commitment for IVECO BUS, and we are delighted to be once again taking part at the Next Mobility Exhibition with transport solutions that are receptive to new mobility challenges.”