Traffex 2023 - 6-8 June, Halls 7 & 8, Birmingham NEC

Driving safety, sustainability and innovation in traffic, transport and parking

Traffex Parkex '23 will bring together the entire parking, transport, mobility, maintenance, safety and sustainability supply chain to do business with buyers, exchange innovative, cutting-edge ideas and keep Britain moving.

With CPD-certified content from influential policymakers, sector innovators and cutting edge commercial suppliers Traffex Parkex '23 attracts senior representatives from the public and private sectors for three days of strategy and supplier evaluation.

For all sponsorship and exhibition enquiries, please email Richard Gayle or call direct on +44 (0) 7990 451 029.

Traffex Parkex '23 Focus Areas


What our 2022 exhibitors and visitors said

“ This year’s Traffex has proved invaluable for us. We have had numerous great conversations with clients, partners, suppliers and leads across all areas of our business. We have found the event to be a great success! Stuart Coleman, Marketing Manager, SRL

“ Considering this was our first event, we were pleasantly surprised by the number of quality leads we received, and we are already looking forward to exhibiting at the 2023 show.
Amy Butterfield, General Manager, Siignals

“ Having a dedicated trade show for the traffic and transport sector is important, and what a great show it’s been! Good location, good venue, good visitors... that’s what a trade show is all about. Many thanks to the Traffex Parkex Team! ”
Duncan Jamieson, Business Development Director, Drakewell

View Traffex and Parkex 2022 Highlights:


Be a part of Traffex Parkex '23

Firmly established as Europe’s must attend event, Traffex Parkex connects 350 exhibitors with over 10,500 transport professionals and buyers across three days of business, networking and learning.

For all exhibitor enquiries for 2023, please email
Richard Gayle or call us on +44 (0) 7990 451 029.

3 Days | 10,000+ Attendees | 200+ Exhibitors | 45+ Hours of Education | 75+ Speakers 


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