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Big Rigs  /  October 18, 2016

Next year's Perth Truck and Trailer Show has been postponed until 2018.

Motor Trade Association (MTA) of Western Australia CEO Steve Moir said it was a decision made in light of WA's current economic climate and would allow time to reinvigorate the show meaning it will be "significantly bigger and better".

Mr Moir said the Western Australia economy had slowed and this decision would help ensure the show continued to "grow strongly". 

Up until last year the truck show was held at the Perth convention centre, now the MTA is looking at an outdoor facility giving more space for displays.

"We're looking at interactive displays," Mr Moir said which would "attract the broader public".

"We're pretty excited."

The Perth Truck and Trailer Show will continue to be held every two years, dates for 2018 are to be confirmed.

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