Lawrence David celebrates 50 years of engineering expertise at Road Transport Expo

Hayley Tayler
June 21, 2023

Lawrence David is looking forward to celebrating its 50th anniversary at this year’s Road Transport Expo (RTX), with a friendly welcome awaiting show visitors.

The trailer maker will be inviting customers, suppliers, business partners and industry colleagues to raise a glass on its stand at the NAEC Stoneleigh from 28-30 June.

There will also be an exciting array of products on display across the venue to explore, including the latest Lawrence David pillarless curtain-sider trailer, which visitors will see as they first enter the site.

A new addition to the manufacturer’s product portfolio, a fully galvanised sliding skeletal trailer, will be a highlight to discover on the company’s main outside stand Y8.

Alongside this you can check out a new bolted construction curtain-sider body, mounted to a Volvo electric truck, which is displayed in partnership with Lawrence David's customer Hartshorne Group.

With 50 years engineering experience under its belt, Lawrence David provides a full package of services, including: trailer and rigid body manufacturing; trailer and ancillary equipment repair and maintenance; trailer and associated equipment parts; as well as tailored finance options to suit your business.

Ben McEvoy, commercial director at Lawrence David, said: “Lawrence David is delighted to be back at the Road Transport Expo in 2023, as it is one of our industry's prime opportunities to meet customers, suppliers and contacts alike to catch up, talk, meet and plan in a relaxed enjoyable environment.

"We also look forward to reminiscing about the last 50 years on our anniversary and look forward to many more to come.”

RTX is a free-to-attend tradeshow with an ‘all about the truck’ focus, more than 200 exhibitors and a three-day drop-in conference programme. Simply register for your free ticket today.

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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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