The organisers of the Brisbane Truck Show, the HVIA is claiming an all time record for the 2023 event whcih wrapped up on the 21st May with the four day truck expo being proclaimed the biggest 55 year history of the show which started back in 1968,
The Show organisers are claiming more than 40,000 visitors this year, the first time it has broken that barrier and proclaimed the attendance as an all time record.
“This is the first time we have had over 40,000 people through the doors over the four days of the event,” said Hacking.
“The show is about the industry connecting, and this week has seen that happening at its very best,” he said.
“Our members make up the vast majority of exhibitors, and while the original intent was simply to connect them with their customers, it has become much more than that.
“There are so many events that run alongside the truck show now, that make it a compelling opportunity for everyone to get together in Brisbane.
“The South Bank Truck Festival, the Heritage Truck Show, the Heavy Equipment an Machinery Show, and numerous other conferences, meetings and events have taken place alongside the show this year,” Hacking added.