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Update on UKTI matchmaking at LCV2012 - list of confirmed potential international partners now available

LCV2012 - the UK’s largest Low Carbon Vehicle Event - takes place at Millbrook Proving Ground, on the 5th and 6th September,  providing the opportunity for UK’s road, rail and marine sectors to network with the low carbon vehicle community.

To update the details of LCV 2012 in our events section, with an addition to UK Trade & Investment (UKTI)'s ‘International Business Exchange’ - where UK companies can be set up with meetings with international buyers and market specialists - there will be an Export Opportunities Seminar on Wednesday 5 September, at 14:00 – 15:00.

At both days of the event, one-to-one meetings can be arranged with commercial officers from a number of key markets including China, India, Germany, Brazil and the USA, with the specific purpose of encouraging business development discussions.

The latest on confirmed companies looking to discuss potential opportunites includes: Fiat (Brazil), Valeo (France), Bosch (Germany), Kumar Motors (India), Toyoda Gosei (Japan), Metalsa and Nemak (Mexico), Marussia and Revolta (Russia), SEAT (Spain), Borg Warner (USA).

According to UKTI, these companies interests include:

  • Partnering with UK companies for product development initiatives 
  • Partnering with UK companies for joint sales 
  • Engaging in bi-lateral technology transfer with UK companies
  • Investing in UK companies
  • Buying products and/or services from UK companies or organisations 
  • Acting as a representative and/or reseller for UK services and/or products

UKTI are keen to encourage interested companies to register via their event website and to pre-book meetings with participants in the international delegation.  

LCV 2012 will showcase innovative R&D from the UK's leading automotive technology companies and universities. LCV2012 is organised by Cenex, the UK's first centre of excellence for low carbon and fuel cell technologies.

If you have not yet done so,  there's still time to register (for free) via Cenex's Low Carbon Vehicle 2012 Event page.

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