Eurasia Rail 2019

10 Apr 2019 - 12 Apr 2019

Eurasia Rail 2019
View event site Location: Fairizmir, Gaziemir, Izmir, Turkey Organiser: ITE Turkey Organiser Website: Organiser phone: +90 212 291 83 10 Organiser email:

Recognised as Eurasia Region’s only and one of the world’s largest railway industry exhibitions, Eurasia Rail 2019 will bring together the players of the region’s rolling stock infrastructure and logistics industry.

Eurasia Rail, one of the three biggest railway exhibition in the world, also has the distinction of being the only exhibition in its field in Eurasia Region. Eurasia Rail hosts a comprehensive seminar and conference programme delivering keynote speeches, industry updates and panel discussions on all aspects of the industry.

Eurasia Rail which hosted 200 companies and 11,949 visitors from 25 countries last year, will be held at fairizmir, Izmir, between 10 – 12 April 2019.

Exhibiting is an opportunity to:
–SHOWCASE your products at the heart of the transportation and logistics industry
–NETWORK with the whole railway industry
–DEVELOP business relationships with multiple clients and potential clients in one go
–FORGE new international partnerships
–PROMOTE with industry media
–GAIN market intelligence

Eurasia Rail is the essential exhibition for the railway and rolling stock industry in Turkey, featuring leading products and services from the public and private sector.

Eurasia Rail attracts businesses from every major sector of the railway and rolling stock industry.

Download the Eurasia Rail 2019 Brochure here.

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