Railtex Will Open Its Doors Again at the NEC Birmingham

Railtex Will Open Its Doors Again at the NEC Birmingham

Railtex 2023, the International Exhibition of Railway Equipment, Systems & Services, will open its doors again at the NEC in Birmingham. The exhibition brings together the entire rail industry under one roof. Visit to gain access to an unparalleled hub of experts and the cutting-edge products that are driving rail developments forward.

Here are the top reasons why you should visit:

  • Discover the latest technology in person and experience products and services from numerous exhibitors in more than 180 different categories.
  • Grow your network of potential partners and tap into new business collaborations.
  • Gain insights into the latest trends, innovations and developments within the rail industry. The extensive supporting programme will be organised by the main show partner, the Railway Industry Association (RIA).
  • Explore the On-Track Display featuring one length of track within the exhibition hall, which is sponsored by British Steel, one of the world’s leading track products suppliers. This area will enable suppliers of rail-mounted vehicles and track-related equipment to display their products on a real section of track.
Railtex, 9–11 May 2023

Interested in attending Railtex? Tickets are now available and can be ordered online free-of-charge before the show or purchased online and on-site during the exhibition: https://www.railtex.co.uk/en- gb/visit.html

This article was originally published by RX.

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