MVIS | Exhibiting at Traffex Scotland 2019
On November 13th and 14th, Traffex Scotland welcomes MVIS Ltd as the company takes their place at Scotland’s major highways exhibition.
Traffex Scotland and Bridges Scotland are Scotland’s only dedicated events for the roads and bridges sectors under one roof, providing a platform to see and learn how new technology is driving change on the network.
The event provides the platform for debate and discussion around the areas of:
- Improving road maintenance and delivery
- Traffic management and Mobility as a Service
- Future proofing the Scottish network
- ITS-how is ITS technology driving change on the network
- Transport schemes, planning and delivery
- Delivering safer roads
- Identifying and promoting innovation
Visitors to the expo are invited to pick up a brochure and head over to stand E46 to discuss MVIS’ capabilities.
July 2019 saw MVIS unveil a new depot in the North East of England which facilities the build and storage of more units for the MVIS hire fleet. This location and increase in fleet size services contracts across the north of England, as well as Scotland, and also provides a more regional hub for further growth in these areas.
At the event, MVIS will be looking forward to discussing their product’s capabilities and what they can bring to the Scottish market.
Customer Relationship Manager of MVIS, based at the Newcastle Depot, Ian Lee told us:
“We’re looking forward to heading north of the border to Traffex Scotland and seeing both our existing clients and some potential new ones too.
“With our new depot just below the border, we’re set up to support contracts in Scotland better than ever before in terms of both geographical locations, as well as the number of units in our fleet.
“We’ve had 40 Solar IP units added very recently in addition to almost 70 VMS of various sizes, to our ever-increasing fleet of 500+ units. This will continue to grow, and the fleet will continue to expand to support the demand for our products on the network.
“We look forward to being able to discuss more in detail at Traffex Scotland.”