About the fair

Elmia Lastbil will be held during 2-5 June 2021 at Elmia in Jönköping and is an international venue for the haulage and transport industry. The fair offers extensive exhibits, presentations, driver competitions, school competitions, Nordic Trophy, events, seminar programmes, debates and discussions and veteran commercial vehicles in a total programme area of over 75,000 square metres.

The exhibitors include companies with all types of products and services that a haulage company needs to conduct its business. In 2018 the fair had 411 exhibitors from 17 countries – and almost 33,000 visitors. Elmia Lastbil gives an all-round picture of what the industry can offer in the form of chassis, construction, accessories, equipment and services, and is visited by people from all parts of the haulage contractor industry and associated sectors or who operate company cars. The fair is held jointly by Trailer Magazine and Elmia AB.

A commercial vehicle fair for everyone
Elmia Lastbil has long been an established venue and an important event for the haulage contractor industry and its suppliers. The fair is a joint market and meeting place for the haulage and transport industry and a positive experience for all – irrespective of role in the industry – and a large proportion of the visitors return year after year.

Who visits Elmia Lastbil?
Elmia Lastbil is the home ground of the haulage industry. It is a trade show where 90 percent of visitors work in the haulage sector. The two biggest groups of visitors by far are commercial drivers and chief executive officers / company managers. The fair also attracts many young people, and several events and interesting programme items are arranged to attract to a future in the haulage contractor industry.

The five largest business areas that visitors represent are haulage companies focusing on:

General mixed goods / wholesale goods
— Construction and infrastructure
— The engineering industry / manufacturing industry
— Forest transport
— Warehouse, terminal, cargo management

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