With an absence in the diaries of the rail industry since 2018, appetite for the thirteenth edition of the world’s leading trade fair for transport technology is thriving, with show organisers revealing that 95 per cent of the trade show’s exhibition area is already occupied.
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The thirteenth edition of the world’s leading trade fair for transport technology will now take place from 20 to 23 September 2022 in Berlin, Germany.
The organisers of InnoTrans have announced that the 2020 edition of the international rail trade fair is to be rescheduled.
Neil Walker, Exports Director at the Railway Industry Association, looks ahead to InnoTrans 2020 and what UK companies can expect at the world’s biggest rail trade fair.
This issue includes articles about keeping railways operational during the COVID-19 pandemic, the use of aerial visual and thermal imaging techniques to monitor Britain's rail infrastructure, improving India’s rail network with state-of-the-art technology, an In-Depth Focus on Level Crossing Safety, plus much more.
With international guest numbers reaching over 161,000 and more than 3,000 exhibitors showcasing their products and solutions, this year’s record-breaking InnoTrans trade fair has once again proved to be the driving force of the rail sector.
Looking ahead to InnoTrans 2018: An interview with Roland Leucker, Managing Director of the Research Association for Tunnels and Transportation Facilities (STUVA)
With the railway industry starting to look forward to InnoTrans 2018, Global Railway Review spoke to Roland Leucker, Managing Director of STUVA about their involvement at the event and details of the Tunnel Forums it will be organising.
Looking ahead to InnoTrans 2018: An interview with Ben Möbius, Managing Director of the German Railway Industry Association (VDB)
With the railway industry starting to look forward to InnoTrans 2018, Global Railway Review spoke to Ben Möbius, Managing Director of the German Railway Industry Association (VDB) about his involvement at the trade fair and the innovations he looks forward to witnessing.
With the railway industry starting to look forward to InnoTrans 2018, Global Railway Review spoke to Jan-Olof Björklund, Board Member of the Swedish Rail Industry Group (SWERIG) about their involvement and what he expects from this year’s event.
On 18 September 2018, the Messe Berlin will open its doors once again to host the world's largest rail-focused trade fair. With the event getting closer, Global Railway Review takes a look at some recent InnoTrans headlines to explore what visitors to the twelfth exhibition can expect to see.
22 September 2016 | By Ian Hall, Global Railway Review
Stadler and Vossloh Kiepe presented a tram-train hybrid at InnoTrans that is already in operation in the German city. Ian Hall investigates...