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EuroRail Hub to connect the European rail industry

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Four European railway industry exhibitions – Railtex, Infrarail, SIFER and EXPO Ferroviaria – are joining forces to create a new digital meeting place for the entire European rail industry. EuroRail Hub is scheduled to take place on 24 and 25 March 2021.

The event, which aims to support the recovery of the European rail market through interactive digital networking, will provide an early opportunity to conduct business and set the tone for the exhibitions’ live events, now scheduled to take place during the second half of 2021.

Organised by Mack Brooks, the four international exhibitions are joining forces, in these times of restricted travel and social distancing, to help exhibitors, partners and visitors connect and increase business opportunities in the railway industry.

EuroRail Hub will provide a complete solution to building solid business relationships through effective entry points into the Italian, French and UK rail markets. The Railway Industry Association (RIA), the French Railway Industry Federation (FIF) and ASSIFER, Rail Industry Association (a member of Federazione ANIE) have recently been announced as main event partners. The three associations are working in close collaboration with the EuroRail Hub team to organise an interesting programme of presentations that will form part of the two days of the event. 

Key topics of these sessions will be insights into the three markets – United Kingdom, Italy and France – and the speakers will also cover various current and future industry topics in keynotes, panel discussions and presentations. Further details, as well as the session topics and speakers, will be announced in due course.

More information can be found on the EuroRail Hub website.

EuroRail Hub - 24/25 March 2021.

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