Network Rail runs, maintains and develops Britain's rail tracks, signalling, bridges, tunnels, level crossings, viaducts and 17 key stations. They are improving the rail network - providing faster, more frequent and more reliable journeys between Britain's towns and cities. This is bringing people and businesses closer together, making Britain more competitive and a better place to do business.
For more information visit www.networkrail.co.uk
Railway Industry Association
The Railway Industry Association is the trade association for UK-based suppliers to the railway industry. RIA provides a range of services to their 150 member companies, who include manufacturers, maintainers, contractors, consultants, leasing companies and providers of specialist services.
Key activities include representation, information services, networking, exports support and supply chain reform.
For more information visit www.riagb.org.uk
The Rail Alliance is the largest business to business rail networking organisation in the UK. The Rail Alliance provides tailored assistance to members and signpost potential opportunities for their business through their 20+ networking meetings per year. The Rail Alliance attends all major European exhibitions and seminars connected to the rail industry.
For further details visit www.railalliance.co.uk
Sponsored by British Steel, our Track display area allows exhibitors to showcase their track products in-situ. An Exhibitor List for the Track will be added nearer the time. There is limited availability for this feature, so we advise all interested exhibitors to book early in order to avoid disappointment.
The Institution of Mechanical Engineers
The Institution of Mechanical Engineers is the fastest growing professional engineering institution in the UK. Their 100,000 members work at the heart of the country's most important and dynamic industries.
For further details visit www.imeche.org
Established in 2009, Rail Champions strive to provide a neutral platform for new business development, debate and discussion to which suppliers, maintainers and end users can work collaboratively to 'share knowledge' and develop the 'transport infrastructure' of the future.
Their passion is to create partnerships that work - connecting people that need help. They utilize extensive trend knowledge, driving both market awareness and sustainable business development.
For further details visit www.rail-champions.com
Permanent Way Institution
The Permanent Way Institution is a not for profit organisation for all engineers involved with track and infrastructure. With a wealth of knowledge within their membership, their focus is to encourage the sharing of best practice between infrastructure staff at all levels and stages of their career. This initiative is being actively supported by key players in the rail industry.
For further details visit www.thepwi.org
Institution of Railway Signal Engineers
The IRSE is the professional institution for all those engaged in or associated with railway signalling, telecommunications and allied professions. The IRSE has its headquarters in London, UK and is active worldwide. Founded in 1912, the Institution aims to advance, for the public benefit, the science and practice of signalling and telecommunications engineering within the industry and to maintain high standards of knowledge and competence within the profession.
For further details visit www.irse.org
Rail Plant Association
The Rail Plant Association (RPA) is the professional association for road/rail plant owners, operators and users. Set up by the Construction Plant-hire Association (CPA), it provides members with a set of Model Trading Conditions, information, support structure and lobbying voice to their companies.
For further details visit www.cpa.uk.net/p/Join-RPA/
Department for International Trade
The Department for International Trade (DIT) works with UK-based businesses to ensure their success in international markets, and encourage the best overseas companies to look to the UK as their global partner of choice. DIT has professional advisers both within the UK and across more than 100 international markets.
For further details visit https://www.gov.uk/...
The Institution of Engineering and Technology
One of the most highly recognised knowledge sharing networks in the world, The Institution of Engineering and Technology is for engineers and technologists working or studying in an increasingly multidisciplinary, digital and global environment.
For further details visit www.theiet.org
The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport
The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport is your professional body. They welcome everyone involved in logistics, the supply chain and transport to join their 33,000 strong global membership community.
For more information please visit www.ciltuk.org.uk
Rail Forum East Midlands
Rail Forum East Midlands, formerly known as the Derby and Derbyshire Rail Forum (DDRF), represents over 150 businesses across the East Midlands, employing over 25,000 people and contributing £2.6bn to the local economy.
For further details visit www.midlandsrail.co.uk/
Rail Supply Group (RSG)
The Rail Supply Group (RSG) brings together industry and government to lead the renewal of the domestic supply chain so that it can best meet the demands of tomorrow's railway, whether at home or abroad. Details of our vision, and the work streams that we have established to bring this about, can be found on the Rail Supply Group website.
For further details visit www.railsupplygroup.org
As the leading business association in the sector, ACE represents the interests of professional consultancies and engineering companies large and small in the UK. Many of our member companies have gained international recognition and acclaim and employ over 250,000 staff worldwide.
For further details visit www.acenet.co.uk