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Rolling Stock Networking all set for 30 September


Rolling Stock Networking (RSN 2021) will take place at the Derby Arena on Thursday 30 September 2021.

A full-scale, International, indoor rail show focussed specifically on passenger and freight rolling stock, technical enhancements, depot equipment, ancillary services and the rail supply chain, RSN 2021 will give exhibitors and visitors alike an opportunity to re-kindle contacts, meet with industry colleagues, promote their companies and seek new opportunities.

With over 145 exhibitors, the show is of a substantial size, with displays from new train builders, tier-one suppliers, maintainers, technical equipment suppliers, designer integrators and railway products companies.

The Rail Business Daily Conference will be a popular feature.
David McLoughlin, RBD.

The Rail Business Daily Conference will run as part of the show. “We are delighted to be involved with RSN, particularly this year as the rail industry leads the way in building back better as lockdown restrictions are lifted,” said David McLoughlin, CEO of the Business Daily Group.

“As well as a superb platform to network, there will be some great speakers taking to the stages throughout the day, making it a must-not-miss event.”

AEGIS will be organising a series of technical seminars, and the Railway Industry Association is hosting a Meet The Buyer event.

Gaynor Pates, RIA.

“It’s never been more important for the rail industry to come together to attract passengers and freight onto the network and support the government’s aims for an economic recovery, so we hope to see suppliers there in force,” said Gaynor Pates, operations director of the Railway Industry Association.

RSN will be open from 9:30 until 15:30 on Thursday 30 September at the Derby Velodrome, Royal Way, Derby DE24 8JB.  More information can be found on the event website.


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