Railtex 2013 – Top ten reasons to visit

Join thousands of industry professionals and hear the latest news from the industry, see the latest products for the industry and meet the people in the industry.

At Railtex 2013 you can meet, learn, discuss, network and experience the latest technology, projects, legislation, plans and products in the UK rail market. The exhibition is free to attend if you register in advance.

10 Reasons why you should attend Railtex 2013:

1. Over 380 exhibitors including Hitachi Rail Europe, GE Transportation, Bombardier, telent, Cisco, Alstom and Invensys

2. Rt Hon Simon Burns MP, keynote address – Tuesday 30th April at 11.50am

3. Professor Richard Parry-Jones, Chairman Network Rail, keynote address – Wednesday 1st May at 10.30am

4. Andrew Wolstenholme OBE, CEO, Crossrail, keynote address – Thursday 2nd May at 10.30am

5. The Rail Engineer technical seminar programme

6. Project Update Theatre including Network Rail updates on Electrification, Birmingham Gateway Project and the Edinburgh Glasgow Improvement Programme as well as updates from HS2 and Hitachi on the Intercity Exchange Programme

7. The Networking Zone open throughout the show as well as The Networking Reception on Tuesday 30th April from 4.45pm to 6.30pm

8. On Track Displays – The Track, sponsored by Tata Steel features products from BCM GRC, Rosehill Rail, Topcon, and Schneider Electric which will be displayed in-situ

9. A new feature, The Yard, features displays of larger machinery, with products from Siemens, Flotec and Keyline

10. The new “Platform” discussion forum will enable you to take part and discuss critical topics facing the UK’s rail sector. Panellists include Mark Stanistreet, Professional Head of Railway Operations, Mott MacDonald and Richard Graham, Head of Strategic Development, Balfour Beatty Rail.

The full seminar programme is available and includes the following:

Signalling Upgrade of the London Underground sub-surface railway, Matthew Steele, Project Director, London Underground
Monitoring Practices for the UK Railway, Simon Crowhen, Geomatics and Rail Product Manager, Topcon GB
Innovation and Collaboration, Nicholas Kay, Business Development Manager – Innovation, Siemens Rail Systems UK
Improving the environmental performance of rolling stock, David Atkinson, Key Account Manager, Bombardier Transportation

Railtex 2013 is the meeting place for the Rail industry in the UK. Over 9,000 rail professionals will attend – don’t miss out.

Register now for free (saving ÂŁ20 on the door)

For more information on Railtex including a floorplan and exhibitor list visit www.railtex.co.uk


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