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Visitor registration opens for Railtex 2019

Professionals from across the rail industry can now register in advance for free to attend Railtex 2019, the 14th international exhibition of rail equipment, systems and services.

The event takes place between May 14-16 at Birmingham’s NEC, and will play host to exhibiting organisations from the full range of rail infrastructure and rolling stock sectors.

A number of high-profile companies have already confirmed their participation, alongside many first-time exhibitors in a unique networking environment. As well as providing a shop window for leading national and international suppliers of railway technology and services, Railtex 2019 will also confirm the appeal of the British market to foreign companies, with delegates from more than 50 countries set to be in attendance.

Registration for Railtex also gives visitors access to a range of industry keynote speeches, project updates and technical seminars that are accredited by the CPD Certification Service, meaning they can be used by attendees and their professional bodies towards continuing professional development.

Exhibition manager Kirsten Whitehouse said: “We are looking forward to welcoming hundreds of exhibitors to the NEC in Birmingham, as they provide valuable insights into their products and services. We’ll also be welcoming thousands of delegates over the three days during what is always a highlight of the rail industry calendar.”

To gain free entry to the show, pre-register online: www.railtex.co.uk


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