Middle East’s largest rail exhibition and conference opens in Dubai from 11-12 May 2010
The rail projects in the Middle East are steaming ahead with 30 billion dollars worth of projects up for grabs. There are business critical issues facing the industry and on 11 and 12 May the rail industry’s leading CEOs will gather to discuss their plans and future growth strategies for the Middle East Rail sector. Joining them are regional government authorities in United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrain, Syria, Egypt, Algeria and Jordan – all outlining their vision and rail strategy for the future.
Collocated with the conference is the largest rail exhibition in the Middle East.
That will showcase the latest rail technologies from simulation, signaling, communication, rail tracks, breaking, switching to infrastructure and much more. Visitors will also have access to the free technical presentations that will advance your understanding of practical railways solutions. Over 1000 rail professionals will be coming from across the globe.
The official opening of the exhibition will be done by Dr. Rumaih Al Rumaih, Deputy CEO from the Saudi Arabian Railway Company who will formally perform the ribbon cutting.
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