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RIN rail networking event is proving popular

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Rail Industry Networking (RIN) has said it has received a lot of interest ahead of its next exhibition at York Racecourse this winter.

The event was moved to 18 November following the pandemic, to ensure as many people can visit and meet fellow rail professionals as possible.

Rail Industry Networking sessions are a good place to do business.

With bookings well underway, organisers understand that more than 150 railway companies will be at the exhibition, and over 500 professionals.

Visitors can register to attend on the day for free.

The event is aimed at:

  • Network Rail procurement managers
  • Managing directors
  • Operations and SHEQ directors
  • Procurement directors
  • Business development managers
  • Rail infrastructure packages contractors
  • Labour supply companies
  • Rail training schools
  • Technical/professional rail consultant companies
Premier Rail is one company that has taken space at RIN events in the past.

RIN is supporting Railway Children through its events.

Set Up will take place from 07:00 to 09:30 on the day. The event will open from 09:30 to 12:30 on 18 November at York Racecourse.

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