Overview of Rail India Conference & Expo


Attendee Composition

Past Speakers

Shri Ashwani Lohani

Shri Ashwani Lohani

Chairman, Railway Board, Ministry of Railways
Shri A K Mital

Shri A K Mital

Chairman, Railway Board
Shri A K Mittal

Shri A K Mittal

Member Engineering, Railway Board
Shri Ghanshyam Singh

Shri Ghanshyam Singh

Member Traction, Railway Board

Past Participants

ASTALDI S.p.A. Bonatrans India Private Limited Central Railway Chitraranjan Locomotive Works CORE CREPIM
CRISIL DFCCIL Diesel Loco Modernisation Works (DMW) DLW DMRC East Central Railway East Coast Railway
ICT (P) Ltd. Integral Coach Factory Invest India IROAF IRSDC L&T Infrastructure Engineering Ltd.
Modern Coach Factory Mumbai Railway Vikas Corporation National High Speed Rail Corporation Ltd. (NHSRL) NCRTC
NITI Aayog North Central North East Frontier Railway North Western Railway Northern Railway
Parker Hannifin India Pvt Ltd. Rail Coach Factory Rail Wheel Factory Railtel RDSO Rites RVNL
RZD International LLC (Russian Railways) Shapporji Pallonji Siemens Limited South East Central Railway
South Western Railway Southern Railway Systra Talgo Tata Steel Limited Thales India Vossloh
West Central Railway Western Railway
& many more ...

Testimonial Videos

I am pleased that Messe Frankfurt has chosen India as the destination for organizing the 3rd edition of Rail Expo and Conference on 30th - 31st August at Hotel Lalit. The Conference will provide focus on some of the important issues of Railway development.

Indian Railways has the distinction of being the second largest railway system in Asia and the fourth largest railway system in the world. Carrying over 22 million passengers and over 3 million tons of freight a day over 67,000 route kms, IR operates over 10,000 passenger trains and 8,000 freight trains daily. In this way, Indian Railways plays a critical role in facilitating the economic and social development of the country by enabling geographic connectivity, citizen mobility and commercial activity. IR is indeed the backbone and the most common affordable form of national transport infrastructure in the country and is therefore rightly called LIFE LINE of THE NATION.

I hope that this conference would provide an opportunity to industry players, technology and solution providers focusing on discussing technological innovation and other participants to examine the main challenges and highlight the emerging opportunities related to FDI and domestic investments in Indian Railways.

I am sure that the discussion and deliberations during the Conference and Expo shall prove to be useful to the participants and shall also help Indian Railways in adopting certain ideas and suggestions for formulating progressive policies for future development.

I convey my best wishes for the success of the Event.