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TRAKO gears up for its biggest show ever

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TRAKO, the largest and most prestigious rail industry meeting in Poland and one of the largest in Central and Eastern Europe, takes place every two years in Gdansk.

In 2019, the 13th International Railway Fair will take place between 24 and 27 September. It will present the perfect opportunity for companies to promote rail transport (trains and trams) and freight forwarding and logistics, as well as to present their latest technologies and hold meetings within the industry.

The event is accompanied by an extensive programme which includes debates, numerous seminars, company presentations and the TRAKO Education and Career Day.

The 2017 fair attracted 16,500 trade visitors from 48 countries, attracted by the chance to meet 700 exhibitors from 25 countries. 30,000 square metres of exhibition space as well 1,000 metres of exhibition track on which exhibitors showcased rolling stock, on-track machines and equipment.

Together, organisers, partners and exhibitors support the needs of sick children through the charitable action TRAKO for Children which began in 2003.

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