Railtex / Infrarail, the number one event for the UK railway industry, will take place from 10-12 May 2022 at Olympia London. The show will bring together the entire railway supply sector to discuss, promote and support the progress of the railway industry in today’s post-pandemic world. Highlights of the event include technological advances, live displays and inspiring talks by industry experts. The upcoming edition offers a unique opportunity to meet national and international players and thought leaders, all of whom want to improve the passenger experience, freight logistics and the overall efficiency of rail operations.

The exhibition includes about 140 exhibiting companies in over 180 categories of exhibits, covering tIt is the latest technical innovation, products and services for railway and public transport systems. A a total of 14 countries will be represented at the exhibition, with strong participation from The United Kingdom and from countries including Italy, Germany, the Netherlands, Turkey and China. Railtex / Infrarail 2022 welcomes innovative exhibitors from around the world, such as CRRC, voestalpine Railway Systems Group, Anixter, Wales, Hitachi Infocom, Omnicom Balfour Beatty and many others.

Attendees can expect an excellent cross-section of technologies and solutions to facilitate safe, efficient and sustainable operation of railway transport. The exhibits cover the rolling stock technology, track and infrastructure, signaling and communications, vehicle maintenance, toll collection systems, cable technology and many other sectors related to rail transport. Spectacular The track display area, sponsored by longtime partner British Steel, showcases instruments and equipment, in an authentic railway setting.

Exciting support program

“Railtex / Infrarail 2022 comes with a strong range of top exhibitors and engaging speakers,” said Olaf Fryer, Railtex / Infrarail’s portfolio director, on behalf of event organizer Mack-Brooks. Exhibitions. “The exhibition and the conference together form a powerful business and networking a platform for railway technology buyers meeting with their suppliers, as well as for employees, local authorities and other professionals involved in the railway market. Merge all floors one roof creates new knowledge and thinking from across the industry as we face the new challenges – whether economic, environmental or technological. “

The support program for seminars and conferences, organized by the main partner of the RIA show, the Railway Industry Association, includes a wide range of topics and sessions on the latest developments in railway technology, market trends and growth opportunities. Three days on expert talks and seminars highlight how railway companies can innovate and change to successfully meet future market demands. The Future Focus conference unites government officials, project managers and industry figures to talk about key challenges and opportunities for the UK rail market in the coming years.

Unlocking Innovation is part of the leading and award-winning RIA Innovation Accelerator a program inviting key railway trend makers to present their new solutions and products

Here are some of the sessions:

  • Basic information and questions and answers – Rufus Boyd, Program Director for Passenger and Freight Transport Services, GBRTT
  • Keynote Report and Questions and Answers – Bill Esterson, MP, Shadow Minister for Business and Industry
  • Panel discussion and questions and answers – Delivering a greener railway line – Rolling stock and Infrastructure (Lara Young – Director of Climate Change, Costain, Justin Moss – Head of Sales, Electrification, Siemens Mobility and Chairman of RIA North, Mike Muldoon – Head of Business Development in the UK and I, Alstom, David Clark – Technical Director , RIA, Lee Adcock, Director of Environment and Sustainability, British Steel)
  • Panel discussion and questions and answers – international opportunities for the supply chain in the United Kingdom (with speakers from Turkey, Canada and Rail Baltica)

All sessions are free to attend and are CPD certified. Updates on the program and speakers are published on the official website of the event.

Key information about visitors, tickets and opening hours

Railtex / Infrarail 2022 will take place from 10 to 12 May 2022 at Olympia London. Work time are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday. Visitors can still register online through the show’s website and take advantage of free admission or to buy your ticket for payment on the spot during the exhibition. Tickets are valid for all three days of the exhibition and include free access to all conferences and related events. Further Extensive information about visitors is available on the Railtex / Infrarail website www.railtex.co.uk

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