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Time to Get On-Board for Infrarail 2018

Infrarail 2018, the UK’s leading exhibition of railway infrastructure equipment, products and services, is now less than two months away.

Over 200 exhibitors are already signed up and the event, the 12th edition of the series, looks set to be one of the biggest in recent years. The biennial event returns to ExCeL London in the capital’s Docklands from May 1 to 3.

Those planning to attend are now urged to register as soon as possible to secure a place and take advantage of free registration before the April cut-off date.

Infrarail 2016 – David Waboso, London Underground, Keynote Speaker

Infrarail 2018

Infrarail showcases every aspect of railway infrastructure technology and expertise, attracting visiting managers, engineers and buyers at the highest level.

A host of high-profile keynote speakers will provide thought-provoking and essential industry insight at Infrarail 2018. These include the Managing Director of Network Rail’s Group Digital Railway, David Waboso CBE. David previously spent 11 years with London Underground Limited as Capital Programmes Director.

Sharing the spotlight will be the man with overall responsibility for the policies of the Department for Transport, State Secretary of Transport the Rt Hon Chris Grayling MP. Adding to the impressive list of keynote speakers are Managing Director, Phase 2 at High Speed Two (HS2) Ltd Paul Griffiths, who is responsible for planning and delivery of the £25 billion programme, and CEO of Rail Delivery Group Paul Plummer, who previously spent 13 years as Group Strategy Director at Network Rail.

High-Profile Organisations and Exhibitors

The list of high-profile organisations exhibiting includes HS2, the Railway Industry Association, CEEQUAL, Rail Baltica, the Permanent Way Institution, RISQS, the Rail Delivery Group and the Rail Supply Group as well as a broad spectrum of companies representing the entire supply sector.

Added to this are opportunities for networking, viewing products and exchanging ideas with exhibitors, as well as a CPD certified educational programme, industry seminars, project briefings and discussion groups. What’s more, providing delegates register now, it’s all free to attend.

Kirsten Whitehouse, Exhibition Manager for Infrarail 2018, said:

“Infrarail continues to enjoy growth and this year’s event looks set to be a massive success for exhibitors and attendees. We’re anticipating a jam-packed exhibition and we’re right on target to welcoming in excess of the 5,300 industry professionals who joined us at ExCeL in 2016.

“The future challenges for the rail industry are many and varied but Infrarail 2018 will provide all manner of insights into market trends, forward thinking and keynotes from leading authorities.

“It is clear that Infrarail 2018 is the place to be to secure new key contacts and valuable business leads. This is an important but friendly and engaging platform for rail industry professionals to meet, network, and do business.”

A limited number of opportunities to exhibit at Infrarail 2018 remain. In order to take advantage of this vital opportunity to raise your profile in front of the people that matter, make Infrarail the focal point of your brand and make this the focal point of your marketing strategy in 2018 visit www.infrarail.com/2018/exhibitors


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