Following on from last year’s success, the Department for International Trade will once again be providing a Meet the Buyer session for suppliers attending this year’s RVE event*. With six international buyers signed up, this is an excellent opportunity for you to meet directly with buyers from major international companies.
Meet the buyers:
Siemens is a global technology giant active in over 200 countries. The Mobility division is focussed on responding to today’s challenges in transportation and combines innovation with responsibility to deliver technologically advanced solutions ensuring journeys are punctual, comfortable and safe.
Alstom is a world leader in integrated transport systems and a promoter of sustainable mobility. Present in over 60 countries, Alstom provide reliable, competitive and responsible solutions.
Hitachi Rail Europe is a total railway system supplier offering rolling stock, traction equipment, signalling, traffic management systems, and maintenance depots. Its mission is to contribute to society through the continuous development of superior rail transport solutions.
MTR Tech (Sweden)
MTR is growing in the Nordic region, operating the Stockholm Subway (since 2009), Stockholm Commuter trains (2016) and the long distance service MTR Express between Stockholm-Gothenburg (2015).
SBB, the Swiss Federal operator, offers the densest public transport network in the world, managing 522 multiple units and moving 1.25 million passengers per day. SBB2020 Strategy centres on six corporate targets of including increasing customer satisfaction and reliability as well as improving results.
Eurostar is the only high speed train that directly links the UK to France and Belgium via the Channel Tunnel. Operating 27 trains including 12 new e320, Eurostar prioritises safety, speed, comfort and point-to-point service.
Visit the RVE website (below) to view the Buyer Requirements and process for submitting an application to meet them.
About RVE 2017
Rail Vehicles and Enhancements (RVE) is the only single theme event aimed at the engineering of rail vehicles for refurbishment, maintenance and enhancements. The show is now entering its sixth successive year, and RVE 2017 promises to be bigger, better and broader with a new much larger venue and expanded exhibition and conference, where visitors can hear from leading figures in the rail industry.
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