Land Rover Confirms Future Plans

In a recent interview with the Express and Star, Jaguar Land Rover operations director Trevor Leeks confirmed his company’s plans for the West Midlands, where it has recently expanded its production capacity. In his words, the organisation plans to be in the area “for generations”. In light of this reaffirmed commitment to the well-established tradition of automobile manufacturing in the region, it seems fitting that Cranmore Park is becoming an increasingly popular venue for industry events, particularly for trade buyers.

The Vehicle Remarketing Association (VRA) recently chose the location for its prestigious annual conference. They were able to take full advantage of the flexible space, choosing the Platinum option that has enabled them to have a seamless, open-plan venue with as much space as possible. This means that networking, exhibitions and conference events are all taking place alongside each other, allowing for a fully immersive experience in beautiful surroundings.

The fifth annual conference was a great opportunity for anyone involved in second hand vehicle sales to get the latest news and insights about the industry from some of its leading lights, as well as seeing exhibitors’ latest solutions to some of the sector’s most pressing challenges.

Cranmore Park’s Solihull location is highly convenient for those attending from all over the UK and beyond, all situated in an impeccably professional environment. Naturally, there is plenty of free car parking, both for attendees and exhibitors. There are also good links to nearby air and rail services for those wanting to use alternative means of transport.

In short, it offers a wide variety of benefits to potential automobile industry events, in a setting with deep historic links to the industry as a whole, making it a great choice for trade shows, forums and conferences alike.