Event: AusRAIL 2016

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AusRAIL 2016 The rail industry is a crucial partner to many Australian industries

AusRAIL 2016 is heading to Adelaide in November and is being billed as ‘the meeting place for anyone operating in, or looking to do business within the Australian rail sector.


Held at the Adelaide Convention and Exhibition Centre on 22-23 November 2016, the theme of this year’s event is ‘Rail – Moving the Economy Forward’.

Trains and rail are a crucial part of Australia’s mining, manufacturing and infrastructure construction industries. The recent release of the Australian Infrastructure Plan and Infrastructure Priority List by Infrastructure Australia highlights the integral role rail plays in those sectors and event organisers Informa say rail contributes more than $4.2 billion to the national economy each year.

Over 80 exhibitors will pack the exhibition hall showcasing the latest in rail technology and demonstrating the ways in which rail can benefit your business. Exhibitors include construction firm John Holland, machinery company Premier Rock Machinery and industrial metal suppliers Cold Forge.

There’s a full itinerary of speakers at the two-day event including shadow Minister for Infrastructure and Transport Anthony Albanese, WA Freight and Logistics council chair Nicole Lockwood and Queensland Rail CEO Kevin Wright.

A range of technical presentations will also be given at the event with addresses from rail infrastructure industry leaders such as Sydney Metro director Oliver Fried, Yarra Trams principal network adviser Les Kulesza and Siemens engineering manager Dr Brendan Atchison.

 

When

Tuesday 22 to Wednesday 23 November 2016

Where

Adelaide Convention & Exhibition Centre
North Terrace, Adelaide SA

Who

Professionals from the rail industry and industries served by rail

Tickets

A range of ticket packages are available from the website

More info

www.ausrail.com

 

 

 

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