India’s showcase for railway technology, equipment and services, Exporail India, returns to New Delhi in 2018

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Set against the backdrop of extensive modernisation plans and investment, Exporail India 2018 provides the ideal platform for showcasing the latest technological advancements, new products and innovations for the Indian rail sector. The third edition of Exporail India provides domestic and international companies with the opportunity to be part of the transformation and expansion of India’s railways.
Ambitious projects highlight India’s intent to dramatically modernise and upgrade the railway network. The Mumbai–Ahmedabad high-speed rail corridor is already under construction, linking India’s financial capital (Mumbai) and Ahmedabad with 316 miles of high-speed railway, whilst other high-speed routes have been planned. Furthermore, Indian Railways is looking to link Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai with 10,000km of semi-high-speed routes. In addition to this, it was also announced in the Indian Government’s 2017 budget that RS 55000-crore will be allocated to the maintenance and development of the Indian railway, as well improving safety and cleanliness. The Indian Finance Minister, Arun Jaitley, recognised “railways and roads are the lifeline of the country.”

Indian Ministry Of Railways supports Exporail India 2018
Rajan Sharma, Director of Inter Ads-Brooks Exhibitions (India) Pvt Ltd, highlights Exporail India’s relationship with the honourable Ministry Of Railways (India): “The support from the Government Of India is extremely positive and highlights the market’s need for Exporail India 2018. India is a country full of opportunities and Exporail India 2018 will help broaden horizons, by highlighting the potential of the Indian Railway.”

Exporail India 2018 will attract visitors from across all sectors of the rail industry, including rolling stock, infrastructure, maintenance, signalling and communications and ticketing. The exhibition acts as a shop window for India’s leading suppliers of railway technology and services. The exhibition creates a must-attend B2B and networking platform, demonstrating the best the Indian supply sector has to offer. It introduces innovations from foreign firms and attracts the managers, engineers and buyers that exhibitors wish to meet.
Companies interested in showcasing their products and innovations to a highly qualified audience of rail industry experts can request comprehensive information from the organisers.

Exporail India 2018


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