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Countdown continues to London rail and civil infrastructure shows

8th March 2016

Posted By Paul Boughton


Both Infrarail and CITE will feature product and equipment innovations Both Infrarail and CITE will feature product and equipment innovations
Keynote speeches are expected to draw large audiences Keynote speeches are expected to draw large audiences

Infrarail 2016, covering railway infrastructure technology, and the Civil Infrastructure & Technology Exhibition – CITE 2016 take place at ExCeL London in the capital’s Docklands from 12th to 14th April.

The 11th Infrarail exhibition will feature suppliers of fixed railway assets – including track, signalling and communications, electrification, station fittings, depots and railway civil engineering products and services. CITE 2016 will bring together companies presenting the very latest in civil engineering, construction services and products, plant and equipment, geotechnical products and services, tunnelling, consultancy, project management and more. With more than 230 companies participating, the two events will create this year’s largest UK infrastructure exhibition.

Claire Perry MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State at the Department for Transport, will formally open the combined exhibitions on 12th April. This will also mark the start of an extensive supporting programme for both exhibitions that includes free-to-attend keynote presentations from leading industry figures, updates on major projects and technical seminars, all providing informed insights into the future direction of these vital industries.

Also open to all attending will be daily open discussion forums at Infrarail plus the CITE Conference aimed at SMEs looking to develop their business in the civil infrastructure sector.

Free entry to the two exhibitions and their associated events is available only to visitors who pre-register. A £20 entry fee will be payable for registration on site.

More information visit Infrarail 2016 and CITE 2016.







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