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Railway Division Annual Luncheon Returns for 2019

Join your industry peers and colleagues at the Institution of Mechanical Engineers’ Railway Division Annual Luncheon 2019.

Railway Division Annual LuncheonAfter last year’s sell-out event, the Institution of Mechanical Engineers’ Railway Division Annual Luncheon returns on 1 March 2019 at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London. Attracting over 1,200 attendees, it is an unparalleled opportunity to network with the most senior technical and commercial executives from all sectors of the rail industry.

Hosted by Andy Mellors, Chair of the Railway Division, the Annual Luncheon is the principal event in the rail calendar and as such, places are limited. The keynote speech will be given by Andrew Haines OBE, Chief Executive at Network Rail.

Whether attending as an individual or on behalf of a company, the Railway Division Annual Luncheon provides the perfect opportunity to network with industry peers and colleagues, to reward staff or treat clients, by celebrating our important and respected profession.

For more information and to book, visit www.imeche.org/railwayluncheon

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