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‘Unmissable Rail Show’ RSN now almost sold out


Rolling Stock Networking (RSN) is set to be another sell-out show in 2022 – with just two exhibitor stands remaining.

The popular trade rail event returns for a third year to Derby Arena on July 7 for what promises to provide unrivalled exhibiting and networking opportunities for rail professionals.

More than 140 exhibitors are already signed up, including new train builders, tier 1 and 2 companies, many technical product providers and innovative micro companies to name a few.

It means the show – which is free to attend – promises to be a very diverse and comprehensive attraction for both exhibitors and visitors.

Now in its third edition, the show – which boasted a huge footfall in 2021 – is also adding to its success for 2022 with great complementary events hosted by RailBusinessDaily, Rail Forum, Railway Industry Association and the RBD Community.

Organised by railway people, for railway people

Joint event organiser Keven Parker said: “The show has already attracted the great and good with new builders, the heavy maintainers, systems integrators, depot equipment suppliers all taking their places, as anticipation builds for a great day of exhibiting and networking. 

“The show is organised for railway people by railway people and this makes a huge difference in the feel of the show, as we thoroughly understand the needs of the industry. 

“We firmly believe that unlike any other show, RSN offers a community feel for the rail industry, where visitors and exhibitors are enthused by the buzz the event provides and the relaxed but efficient networking experience, as contacts are made and relationships are formed.

“RSN 2022 is a day well spent and we look forward to welcoming everyone.”

The major event in the railway calendar is free to attend and is on target to completely sell out.

Organisations including Aegis, Alstom UK, CAF, DIT, Loram, Westermo, Gemini Rail, Televic GSP, RIA, Train FX,  FISA, Infodev, DC Airco, LPA Group, and many, many more have already taken their place.

Both exhibitors and visitors return year after year thanks to the value RSN offers as a low-cost platform for effective marketing of companies large and small.

New supporting events for 2022

Outside of the main exhibition, there’s also a rich programme of supporting events.

The EXPO, RBD conference – which returns for a third year – and the additional trade events all respond to the need for the industry to win orders and succeed in a business sector which is constantly evolving.

This year, Rail Business Daily’s RBD Community will host a comprehensive business support area as an industry first for RSN 2022; offering delegates and exhibitors the opportunity to access high quality rail business support and advice.

It’s ‘I zone’ – Inform, Inspire, Impact business support area will take place in the auditorium area above the exhibition floor.

Individual appointments can be booked for one-to-one meetings with key members of the team, offering an opportunity to access high-quality rail business support and advice.

The Rail Forum will also be holding its Annual General Meeting at the show, which is ideal for its members who will be able to visit the show and take in the conference and the other events, prior to the AGM, all in one day.

Further events are also being organised by the Department for International Trade and by the Railway Industry Association (RIA) which all add to the attraction.

RSN will be held at Derby Arena on July 7 from 9.30am until 3.30pm.

For anyone who wants to exhibit, the general sale price for an exhibition space at RSN 2022 is £950 + VAT. Click here to find out more.

To register to attend FREE visit www.rsnevents.co.uk


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