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All sectors covered at Railtex as last few exhibitor spaces remain

With the exhibition now less than three months away, Railtex is taking final reservations for the last remaining stand spaces, as the industry prepares to come together for three days of insight and networking.

The 14th international exhibition of railway equipment, systems and services is UK rail’s premier event, where organisations meet, network and demonstrate products, innovations and expertise to the wider rail industry.

More than 360 exhibitors from 22 countries have now booked a stand at Railtex. Well-known names include Alstom Transport, British Steel, HS2, Hitachi Rail, Pulsar, Siemens, Stadler and many more.

Rolling stock suppliers, including telecoms and networks provider ADComms, commercial toilet supplier Dan Dryer, hydraulic hose and connections supplier Flotec Industrial, component manufacturing and refurbishment firm Sabre Rail Services, and adhesives, sealant and coating provider Sika have all confirmed their appearance at Railtex, taking place between May 14-16 at Birmingham’s NEC.

In the design, infrastructure, asset management and operations sectors, exhibitors including infrastructure specialists Adey Steel, switchgear supplier Craig & Derricott, track sensor manufacturer Frauscher, industrial doors supplier Jewers Doors, railway electrification specialist Pfisterer, and cable and pipe seal manufacturer Roxtec are all set to showcase their latest offerings to thousands of visiting buyers, managers and decision makers.

With visitor registration now also officially open, keynote speakers and details of the exhibition’s supporting programme are set to be announced in the coming weeks. 

Visitors are being encouraged to register in advance to avoid paying a £20 on-the-door fee. 

For more information, go to: www.railtex.co.uk

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