Temperature-control specialist Eberspacher says a big focus at the show will be its all-electric technology, such as its Coldtainer refrigerated insulated containers.
Available in capacities of between 22 and 1,640 litres, the firm says these are ideal for electric vans.
The company will also use the show to launch its 2018 model-year Airtronic D2 and D4 diesel-fuelled air heaters (pictured), a new Cooltronic Slim hatch-mounted cooler, and new evaporators for air-conditioning systems.
Intelligent Telematics will launch a 3G multi-camera system. The firm says it will integrate with its software platform, so operators can combine a range of internal and external camera options to see what really happened in a collision.
The system will be suitable for up to four internal and external cameras and use a solid-state mobile digital video recorder (DVR) for optimum performance.
Among the Paneltex exhibits at the show will be a Ford Transit skeletal chassis with a side-loading home-delivery body.
This has been designed with a low access height and no side step for easier loading.
Also on display will be a new Somers Volkswagen Crafter, featuring a dual-temperature load bay with both frozen and chilled compartments.