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SHIFTING the limits at Tip-Ex were welding specialists Fronius (Below), while Mercedes-Benz Trucks UK’s stand A11 had a constant fl ow of interest throughout the three day event (Right)


Over 150 trucks on display as leading manufacturers tip up at Tip-Ex 2018


Tip-ex 2018 was the go to event in May and early June, and provided exhibitors and visitors with a fantastic opportunity to witness the latest tech and vehicles from companies within the UK’s tipper, tanker and bulk haulage industries.


The show, which annually takes place at the Harrogate Convention Centre, saw a whole host of attendees – from nationwide companies to SMEs – travel from all over the country, to see over 100 exhibitors displaying over 150 vehicles and trailers.


2018’s three-day event also brought back Drain-ex (Hall G) by popular demand, which made the show unmissable for the tipping, bulk haulage, tanker and bulk liquid transport industries.


hydraulic equipment specialist


Tip-ex, along with Tank-ex and Drain-ex, was exhibited by the likes of hydraulic equipment specialist Harsh Ltd, tyre sealant professionals Air-Seal Products, and Tip-ex 2017 award-winners Clear Wheels Ltd.


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AIR-SEAL Products’ Mike Smith puts the tyre sealant to the test SHWM July, 2018


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