31 May - 2 June 2018

For anyone involved in the tipping, bulk haulage, tanker and bulk liquid transport industries, Tip-ex and Tank-ex are the only shows dedicated to these markets. With over 100 leading manufacturers and suppliers on show, many of whom only exhibit at Tip-ex and Tank-ex, these have become the must-attend events for operators in the dry bulk and liquid tanker sectors.

This three-day event in the heart of Harrogate provides a unique opportunity to see all the latest vehicles, products and services while networking with everyone who is anyone in bulk transport. To help plan your visit this year view Motor Transport magazine's show preview listing the Top 10 things to see and do. 

Tip-ex and Tank-ex 2017 is shaping up to be even bigger and better than previous events.

Registration is free so why not register your interest in attending today.




Saving lives and money & winning work by meeting CLOCS national standard

The organisers of Tip-ex and Tank-ex have, once again, teamed up with CLOCS (Construction Logistics and Community Safety) to stage a FREE seminar during the first day of the exhibition.

Construction clients, contractors and fleet operators across the UK are adopting the National Standard for Construction Logistics and Community Safety (CLOCS). Why? Because over 500 people every year across the UK are killed or seriously injured in incidents involving HGVs when actions by planners, clients, contractors, and fleet operators can help prevent injury, protect drivers and witnesses from emotional trauma, protect business reputation, reduce insurance premiums and meet pre-qual requirements for tenders/contracts.

This FREE to attend seminar will take place in the Queen's Suite on Thursday 1st June at the Harrogate Convention Centre and will give you the opportunity to learn about the construction logistics safety scheme and hear from operators who have adopted the CLOCS National Standard.

The seminar will commence at 2pm and all visitors to Tip-ex and Tank-ex are welcome.

Click here to register your interest and we will send you the full programme details. 



Travel Information 

By Car

From London: M1 – A1(M) exit Wetherby (9 miles from Harrogate)

From the North: A1 – exit Wetherby or Knaresborough (Knaresborough is 8 miles from Harrogate)

From the East: M621 – A1(M) – exit Wetherby

From the West: M56 – M62 – A1(M) – exit Wetherby

HIC has its own underground car park with around 158 spaces. The entrance is on Springfield Avenue and is easily accessible for Entrances 1, 2 and 3. You will also find  a further 1,200 spaces at the Jubilee and Victoria car parks located in the centre of Harrogate and just a few minutes walk from HIC Yorkshire and The Royal Hall. 

By Train

Harrogate is linked to all major UK cities via Leeds or York including a direct connection to London daily.

See www.nationalrail.co.uk for timetables.

By Air

Leeds Bradford International Airport (LBIA) is the closest airport to Harrogate. British Airways run daily flights between Harrogate and London Heathrow and there are regular flights from many connections in Europe and worldwide. For more information on flights: www.leedsbradfordairport.co.uk

To get from the airport to Harrogate, it couldn’t be simpler – Catch the Airport Direct 737 bus which runs hourly and will drop you off at the bus station, then it is just a short walk from the HIC, or alternatively there is a taxi service available and we are only 12 miles away

Accommodation

With the overwhelming demand for accommodation throughout the Tip-ex and Tank-ex shows, we are once again using Reservation Highway, a leading hotel supplier that offers a specialised accommodation booking service.

Please click here to make your hotel reservation.

If you prefer to make your booking offline, you can download our comprehensive Hotel List and Hotel Booking Form. Attached as separate docs

Should you wish to make a telephone booking or have any queries, please contact:
Tel +44 (0)1423525577

Email: admin@reservation-highway.co.uk
Fax : 01423 525599

GENERAL QUESTIONS

Q. How much does it cost to attend?

A. Entry is FREE and you register online through the website. Click here to register.

Q. Who can attend Tip-ex and Tank-ex?

A. For anyone involved in the tipping, bulk haulage, tanker and bulk liquid transport industries, Tip-ex and Tank-ex are must attend events.

Q. Who is exhibiting at Tip-ex and Tank-ex?

A. The 2017 exhibitor list is not live yet so take a look back at the 2016 exhibitor list. All of the major truck manufacturers exhibited, along with the bodybuilders, the tanker suppliers, the tipper bodybuilders, the tipping gear manufacturers and many more. 

Q. Under 16’s access?

A. Under 16's will be allowed access during show open hours. Under 16's do not need to register but they must be accompanied by an adult at all times while on site. Under 16's are not allowed within the exhibition halls at any time during build-up or breakdown. The organisers reserve the right to refuse admission or to remove any person if there are any complaints or if we believe their presence may compromise the safety of themselves or others.

HOW TO VISIT

Q. How do I register for the show?

A. Entry is FREE and you register online through the website. Click here to register.

Q. Can I attend on more than one day?

A. Yes. Your badge gives you access to all three days of the show.

Q. Can you help with hotel accommodation?

A. We are once again using Reservation Highway, a leading hotel supplier that offers a specialised accommodation booking service. Click here for more information. 

Q. Where can I park?

Harrogate Convention Centre has its own underground car park with around 158 spaces. The entrance is on Springfield Avenue and is easily accessible for Entrances 1, 2 and 3. You will also find a further 1,200 spaces at the Jubilee and Victoria car parks located in the centre of Harrogate and just a few minutes walk from Harrogate Convention Centre and The Royal Hall. 

VENUE ACCESS & FACILITIES

Q. Are there disabled facilities at the Harrogate Convention Centre?

A. For more information about accessibilty at the venue click here.