Join thousands of visitors from all over the world and experience Euro Bus Expo; the centre of current trends and future developments in the coach and bus sector.

The largest event of its kind in 2018 and a highly-regarded fixture on the industry’s calendar.

Over 300 exhibitors will showcase a full spectrum of cutting-edge innovations. From vehicles and technology to training and services, industry insiders can expect to have their fingers firmly on the passenger transport pulse at Euro Bus Expo 2018.

2016’s event played host to the launch of numerous vehicles (amongst the 120 on display), 291 exhibitors, 18 expert speakers and almost 9,500 attendees! Read the full review here.

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Why Visit?

Explore the latest vehicles

View the very latest bus, coach, mini and midi vehicles on the market, from leading manufacturers.

Discover products & services

Browse exhibits from over 300 suppliers. Learn about the latest developments shaping the sector.

Learn from the experts

Generate new ideas and ways of thinking from industry-leading speakers in the Master Class Theatre.

Network with the industry

Meet and forge relationships with suppliers representing every link of the supply chain.

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What the Industry says..

The show was, as always, superbly organised and immensely helpful for us. It gives us an unrivalled opportunity to introduce our existing customers to a wider spread of our team, and for us to meet potential new customers.  This year, we had significant numbers visit our stand, and the quality of potential new leads was outstanding

“Euro Bus Expo is a great place to keep you updated with the innovations in the industry. It’s great for networking with current and future suppliers and to introduce new members of our purchasing team to create long lasting relationships.”