NecroExpo with a strong automotive component
A wide range of new hearses will be presented by manufacturers as well as companies dealing with the bodywork development for funeral vehicles. In addition to the new cars, there will also be hearses for purchase; join us and see them on display for a check at the Second-Hand Hearse Market, traditionally held within the scope of the expo.
Necroexpo visitors know these cars very well - the Italian company Pilato has traditionally been a vital part of the funeral expo for many years. The Pilato family participates only in the globe's most important events in the funeral industry. Italians are famous for their excellent design in many fields of art and business, this is also reflected in the cars production - sophisticated, exclusive vehicles with a unique, instantly recognisable style have been produced for 59 years. Austere, traditional interiors are a thing of the past - these have been replaced by a style that favours natural, harmonious lines, finished with high-quality, soft-touch materials. The interiors combine elegance with versatility. The company creates vehicles that are tailored to the European funeral industry sector, reflecting all funeral cultures.
The German car brand Kuhlamann Cars ordered a large expo stand at the Kielce funeral fair; in addition to the vehicles, Germany is also famous for high-quality accompanying services. Funeral hearses from Kuhlamann Cars are appreciated in our country for many very reasons; for example, the entrepreneur, when ordering a vehicle, can develop its design according to their own wishes, aided by the help of the design team. Regardless of whether they choose fine wood, stitched leather, with the addition of floral elements, full-gloss surfaces, or decorative LED strips, the company's designs have no limitations. They are always elegant and full of taste.
The Necroexpo, for the first time welcomes the Spanish company Bergadan. The company produces and distributes ambulances, emergency medical equipment, special adaptations for the disabled, special transport and police vehicles, and funeral vehicles, The latter will be of interest to the fair visitors. Bergadan's products are available all over the world, especially in the EU The company's temperament and commitment to vehicle innovation and transformation is evident at all levels of operation and. These features are reflected in the quality and appearance of the cars. Bergadana boasts over 50 years of tradition in vehicle transformation. The use of the latest technologies and a highly qualified team, the company fully transforms and supplies cars to over 100 funeral homes around the world every year.
As for the fellowship of domestic producers hearses - Bojar Tuning, Bautex and Morpheus Special Vehicles are joining the expo this year; they follow the many-year tradition.
Boyar Tuning specialises in constructing replicas of branded vehicles such as Ferrari and El Torro. The company has been continuously in business since 1994; its many years' experience makes it possible to create faithful copies of luxury and expensive cars tailored to the needs of demanding customers. Some of their sports cars race in European car rallies. Experience in automotive technology has allowed the company to enrich its offer by adding funeral hearses to its assortment. These will be showcased at this year's trade fair.
Bautex is a family business operating for 22 years; Bautex is a manufacturer of hearse made on various brands' platforms, on vans as well as passenger cars. The firm is the official business partner of Daimler AG (Mercedes-Benz), Volkswagen Group, PSA Groupe (Peugeot and Citroen), Toyota Motor Poland. As a result, new cars with Bautex funerals bodies do not lose the manufacturer's warranty. The company has been homologated producer of all funeral car type bodies.
Another domestic company at this year's Necroexpo is Morpheus Special Vehicles. The company came into the business in 2006; it all started with car parts made of glass fibre; Now, the company boasts extensive experience in this sector. In September 2013, they started making hearse bodies based on the Mercedes S-Class W221. The high market demand for this type of construction resulted in the launch of funeral constructions developed on delivery vehicles in 2015. Currently, car bodies are based on Mercedes Vito W447, Volkswagen T5 T6, Opel Vivaro and Renault Trafic.
Italian style, German quality, Spanish temperament and Polish entrepreneurship - only at the Necroexpo in Kielce. Join us this June.