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Two new 'shows within a show' are set to attract even more visitors from diverse fields to the UK's first major integrated transport show.

Solutions to beat well publicised skills shortages in the transport field will be on hand at Interchange, it was confirmed this week.

A dedicated pavilion for recruitment and training companies to demonstrate their services to visitors is to be created at the exhibition component of the threeday show - Interchange Showcase.

The exhibition will run in parallel with a major training conference to be held on 5 April, which will be supported by the DFEE, institutions of Civil Engineers, Logistics & Transport and Highways & Transportation, and all the major transport and construction training bodies.

A spokesperson for Interchange said: 'Recruitment, training and development will be a major component of Interchange, as the problems attached to these are a major issue for the industry.'

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