Tip-Ex and Tank-Ex 2021 NEW DATES RELEASED
Unfortunately but inevitably because of the ongoing COVID-19 situation Tip-Ex Tank-Ex 2020 will be postponed until 3rd - 5th June 2021. We are very grateful to have been able to make this decision with the full support and understanding of the Harrogate Convention Centre, our exhibitors and suppliers.
To register your interest in our 2021 event please click the button below.
It’s a fantastic event. I went there on the first day to talk business.
On the second day I went with all the family. On the third day we took
all the drivers. Every day was brilliant and we loved it.
Together, Tip-Ex and Tank-Ex form the UK's only national event for the tipper, tanker and bulk haulage industries. The 2019 show saw more than 150 trucks go on display in and around the Harrogate Convention Centre. All of the major truck manufacturers exhibited, along with the bodybuilders, the tanker suppliers, the tipper bodybuilders, the tipping gear manufacturers and many more. Read the Commercial Motor show review or view the show highlights video.
Our Space Application Brochure contains all the information you will need to know about exhibiting at Tip-Ex Tank-Ex 2021. You can download a free copy by clicking here .
The Knowledge Zone will see leading bulk haulage specialists share their tips and expertise with visitors through a wide-ranging seminar programme.
Free-to-attend, these quick-fire presentations will provide invaluable guidance on everything from the pitfalls of non-compliant fleets through to the benefits of embracing the latest technology innovation. And next year's packed schedule is already taking shape.
Transport News Northern Rewards
The inaugural Transport News Northern Rewards champagne breakfast will be held on 4th June 2021 alongside next year’s Tip-Ex and Tank-Ex at the Royal Hall, Harrogate. The Rewards will recognise and celebrate the achievements of road haulage related companies and individuals, based in the geographical areas stretching from the Scottish Borders to the south side of the M62 corridor.