Continental to reaffirm its multi-solution service at Road Transport Expo 2023

Hayley Tayler
April 27, 2023

Continental will once again demonstrate its capabilities as a multi-solution tyre service provider at this summer’s Road Transport Expo (RTX), which takes place from 28-30 June at NAEC Stoneleigh, Warwickshire.

The event, with its dedicated ‘all about the truck’ focus, has firmly established itself as a must-attend tradeshow for anybody involved in the road haulage sector.

For 2023, attendees will find Continental Tyres amongst many of the major truck manufacturers in the outdoor exhibition area.

The stand will feature, for the first time in the UK, Continental’s flagship roadshow truck, which is currently touring Europe following the launch of the Generation 5 tyre range.

Inside, visitors will be able to experience an interactive walkthrough of Continental’s comprehensive tyre management services. Experts will be on hand to provide demonstrations and to chat through any questions.

Those visiting the stand during the three-day event will be able to check out a broad selection of new Continental and Bandvulc retread tyres, including Continental’s all-new Red Dot Design Award winning Hybrid HS5 and HD5 tyres for mixed regional use.

 Visitors looking to learn more about Continental’s digital solutions offering will be able to see the company’s latest generation tyre pressure monitoring system, ContiPressureCheck, and its pioneering virtual tyre management platform ContiConnect 2.0 at work.

Additionally, brand specialists will also be demonstrating the real-world benefits of the Conti360° Solutions fleet tyre management programme.  

Peter Robb, marketing director at Continental Tyres, said: “It was brilliant to welcome so many visitors to the Continental stand at RTX in 2022. We’re excited to build on the show’s success last year with a highly interactive stand that will perfectly showcase our multi-solution fleet services.

“Now, more than ever before, operators are seeking out ways to maximise efficiency to minimise business costs. Our products and services, especially when used in conjunction with each other, are designed to meet this need both safely and sustainably.”  

RTX is completely free to attend for visitors, so why not find out more and book your free ticket today?

About the Author


Hayley Tayler

Hayley Tayler has worked across Road Transport Media’s portfolio of publications, including Commercial Motor and Motor Transport, since 2008 in a number of editorial roles from news reporter to urban editor. She now specialises in events and projects content for the business, including the Road Transport Expo and a series of industry research reports.

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