BUSWORLD EUROPE 2021 DATES SET: 9 – 14 OCTOBER

By: Fabian Cotter, Photography by: courtesy Busworld


A GROWING TALLY of 303 exhibitors and 75 per cent exhibition space has thus far been allocated for the forthcoming Busworld Europe 2021 event, to be held in Brussels, Belgium, organisers have confirmed.

BUSWORLD EUROPE 2021 DATES SET: 9 – 14 OCTOBER
Many premières and top-of-the-bill buses, coaches and minibuses will be on display, as always, says Busworld, meaning, “…visitors will still be able to satisfy their bus needs.”

Despite two notable omissions – Daimler Buses and Volvo Buses – Busworld Europe will take place in Brussels Expo 9 - 14 October.

The Busworld team says its normal preparations are going "full speed ahead" and media campaigns are being booked and will start in April. The Busworld Awards organisation had its first meeting and will send the invitation to all bus manufacturers and also the sales department is adding new exhibitors every day, it confirms.

As indicated in the online exhibitor list, on the renewed Busworld Europe website, two important names are missing: Daimler Buses and Volvo Buses, Busworld confirms. Both companies have decided not to participate in the Busworld 2021 edition, organisers state.

Conversely, other major brands will be present, it seems, such as: Van Hool, MAN, VDL, Scania, Irizar, Iveco, Solaris Bus & Coach, Anadolu Isuzu, BYD, Karsan, Alexander Dennis, Ebusco, Yutong, Caetanobus (with Toyota), Marcopolo and many more. The complete list is available at www.busworldeurope.org.

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WHAT’S IN STORE

In total the vehicle manufacturers and body builders represent 30,000sqm in the Brussels Expo. Many premières and top-of-the-bill buses, coaches and minibuses will be on display, as always, says Busworld, meaning, "…visitors will still be able to satisfy their bus needs."

At the time of publishing, Busworld registered 303 exhibitors and sold 75 per cent of its total space, so interested exhibitors, "…should not postpone their bookings, since the best spots are being taken very rapidly now," Busworld states.

"We are extremely grateful to our loyal exhibitors who give us their trust," said Busworld Europe director Mieke Glorieux.

"We will make sure they will not regret standing together with us. Dr. Nicholas Butler once said: ‘Optimism is essential to achievement and is also the foundation of courage and true progress.’ We are working and investing from our side to get buses and coaches on the road again, together with our brave exhibitors and our worldwide network.

"Thanks for all the support. Let’s rock in October!"

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ABOUT BUSWORLD

Busworld started its journey in 1971 and has completed 50 years of success, it states, and is the most recognised international exhibition in the world exclusively for the bus and coach industry.

The parent exhibition is Busworld Europe with other events facilitating worldwide coverage. The current satellite exhibitions in 2021 are North America, Central Asia and Southeast Asia. In 2022 Turkey, India and Russia are on the agenda, Busworld confirms.

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