Infrarail 2014 10th International Railway Infrastructure Exhibition
The platform for people from throughout the industry to meet face to face, make connections and do business.
At a time of continued investment in rail, Infrarail provides a unique opportunity for companies serving the rail infrastructure market to showcase their products and services.
“I think Railtex 2013 is evidence of a thriving rail industry in this country. Our railway has already seen passenger journeys double since privatisation, while freight business has grown by 60%. But the future outlook is even brighter, because after decades of underinvestment, the railway is finally getting the funding it needs to grow and modernise.”
Simon Burns MP, Minister of State for Transport, speaking at Railtex 2013 on 30th April.
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Nothing compares to face to face meetings in business – whether creating new relationships or consolidating existing ones. Discussion and interaction are the lifeblood of doing business.
Infrarail exhibitions are held biennially and have successfully served this market for nearly 20 years.
Now in its 10th edition, the show is a unique opportunity for the market to gather, discuss innovations, network and learn about what is on the agenda for the industry.
At Infrarail in 2012, over 210 exhibitors including Invensys Rail, Rittal, Unipart Rail, Vital Rail and GGR Rail maximised the business opportunities presented by over 4,500 visitors.
The UK's definitive rail infrastructure event takes place at Earls Court 2, London from 20th to 22nd May 2014
What makes the United Kingdom's railway system the fastest growing in Europe? Brooks Reports answers those questions by looking at where £25 million worth of investment is going, how passenger numbers have passed 1.5 billion... READ MORE
Minister of State for Transport Baroness Kramer will formally open Infrarail 2014 on Tuesday 20 May. A Liberal Democrat peer, Baroness Kramer was appointed to her present post in October 2013. She previously served as MP for Richmond Park in London from 2005 to 2010 and more recently was a member of the Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards. READ MORE