September 15 - 19, 2015    Moscow , Russia
COMTRANS the International Exhibition for Commercial Vehicles is the most important event dedicated to commercial vehicles in Russia.

COMTRANS is a unique specialized show of commercial motor vehicles. It is an event where buyers in search of transport solutions for their business can meet manufacturers and vendors of commercial vehicles, equipment, and services.

COMTRANS is the largest exhibition in Russia and the CIS in terms of quantity and quality of professional visitors and exhibitors as well as in terms of the exhibition area. The show involves virtually the world's each and every leading manufacturing company, which present top-class models of buses, trucks, trailers, vans, and special-purpose vehicles.

A wide-scale advertising campaign, a clear-cut professional orientation, and a display which is worth seeing all add up to making COMTRANS to a major event in the field of commercial transport. COMTRANS 2015 was included in the calendar of auto shows of the International Organization of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers (OICA); alternating with the IAA Commercial Vehicles trade fair in Hannover, its position as a European trade fair will be further strengthened.

Russia's most important B2B event dedicated to commercial vehicles in 2015
Continuing growth in terms of exhibitors (ca. 38%) and visitors (ca. 28%)
World's and Russia's leading manufacturing companies, e.g. Mercedes-Benz, MAN, Renault, Scania, Volvo, DAF, Kamaz
Supported by OICA( Int'l Organization of motor Vehicle Manufacturers) and OAR (Association of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers of Russia)

Opening Hours: will be published prior to the event


Location: Crocus Expo
International Exhibition Center Crocus Expo is one of the new, modern and future exhibition sites worldwide. The absolute leader in the size of exhibition space. The total area of three pavilions of..
Contact Krasnogorsk, 65-66 km Ring Road, Trade and Exhibition Complex Crocus City Moskva 143400 Moscow , Russia
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