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Innovations, Conferences, Workshops: This Year's Rail Business Days Promises to Be Spectacular!

Innovations, Conferences, Workshops: This Year's Rail Business Days Promises to Be Spectacular!
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29 / 03 / 2024

Major players in the rail industry will soon be on the same ground again. The prestigious international trade fair Rail Business Days will be unique. What is the biggest attraction of this year's edition?

Another edition of the prestigious international trade fair is coming up, and it is an unmissable event for everyone involved in the rail industry. The fair will take place from 11-13 June 2024 at the Trojahala Karolina in Ostrava and has chosen Poland as this year's partner country. Over 18,000 people have visited the fair in the past two years.

Rail Business Days presents a unique opportunity for knowledge sharing, discussion of current trends, and presentation of the latest technological innovations in rail transport. The fair provides a meeting place for major players in the rail industry, offering the opportunity to establish new business relationships and deepen existing partnerships.

Among the main attractions of the fair are:

  • Trains on the tracks. Visitors will have the unique opportunity to see and explore state-of-the-art train technology directly on the tracks. From passenger units to freight exhibits. This year, the fair will immediately offer three premiere pieces that visitors will see for the first time. The individual exhibits will be presented soon.

  • A wide range of exhibitors. From vehicle manufacturers and their suppliers to infrastructure solution providers. Due to the high interest this year, we are opening a second exhibition hall. The current list of exhibitors is available on the official trade fair website.
  • Interactive presentations and workshops. On the last day, the fair also counts on students within the student day.

Rail Business Days 2024 promises to be an unforgettable event for all involved and will bring new impulses and perspectives for the future of rail transport.