5 reasons to be at Eurasia Rail

Eurasia Rail is the region’s international rail & rolling stock industry meeting point. To succeed in the sector, you should really be there.

As an important fixture in the Turkish rail industry’s calendar, Eurasia Rail has a strong reputation as a B2B networking hub servicing the wider Eurasian area. 

There’s plenty on offer at each biennial event, so why should you take part? Here are five big reasons.

Why you need to attend Eurasia Rail

The only event of its kind in Turkey and the wider region

Eurasia Rail is Turkey's no.1 rail & rolling stock event.

Eurasia Rail is completely unique. You won’t find another event like it in Turkey. The same goes for Eurasia as a whole. When it comes to providing a B2B platform for railway professionals, there is nothing like Eurasia Rail.

Nearly 12,000 visitors from 55 countries came to the last Eurasia Rail show, which took place in 2017.  Why? To meet 200 exhibitors from 25 nations, all looking to do business and talk with their partners throughout Eurasia. Such access is only available at this event.

Eurasia Rail is not just the only event of its kind regionally, but it is also the third largest worldwide too.

Eurasia’s comprehensive rail technology, infrastructure and rolling stock event

Eurasia Rail is the place to find rail technology from leading manufacturers.

Eurasia Rail is split into 12 product categories. Whether you need small-scale sub-assemblies and components, a full suite of signalling solutions, or entire new train sets, everything you need will be in the show’s exhibition halls.

It’s the ideal place to see and examine the latest sectoral technologies from world-leading manufacturers in one place, at one time. Any sourcing and procurement issues you commonly face are done away with at Eurasia Rail, with thousands of products on display.

Eurasia Rail is attended by the railway industry’s biggest names

Major rail tech and rolling stock suppliers attend Eurasia Rail.

Rail’s chief rolling stock manufacturers, systems and technology designers, and more companies, are at Eurasia Rail. You’ll easily recognise them. Simply put, Eurasia Rail exhibitors are the biggest names in Turkish and global rail.

Businesses such as Siemens, Alstom, Yapıray, Ministry of Transport, Turkish Railways (TCDD) and its subsidiaries, Bozankaya, Knorr Bremse, Metro Istanbul, Metro Izmir, Caf, Kardemir and Aselsan will be at the event.

With exhibitors representing a whole world of rail, coming from countries like Germany, France, Czech Republic, China, Italy, and Russia, Eurasia Rail is an international celebration of rail infrastructure, technology and rolling stock.

Click here to view the full Eurasia Rail exhibitor list.

Expand your industry knowledge with the Eurasia Rail Business Programme

Eurasia Rail's Business Programme is perfect for learning more about railway operations in Turkey and beyond.

Due to the impact of disruptive, evolving rail technologies, and changing consumer habits, making decisions for future investment is becoming a little difficult for rail professionals. At Eurasia Rail, we’ll be supplying you with the information you need to succeed in the future of rail with the event’s Business Programme of events.

With 20 business-focussed sessions featuring more than 50 guest speakers, the Business Programme will be covering all the chief topics affecting rail’s development. For three days, events including expert reviews, case studies, and recent developments in the industry will bring together the senior decision makers, department managers, and rolling stock technology experts.

The Business Programme attracts a wide-ranging audience of qualified rail industry professionals. Representatives from rolling stock manufacturers, railway technologies, electrification, signalization, contracting and security companies as well as construction and building materials, heavy industry and transportation companies, are all in attendance.

View the full Eurasia Rail 2019 agenda.

Massive rail spending throughout Turkey

Tap into $45bn in spending at Eurasia Rail

In 2003, Turkey kicked off a decades-spanning rail investment programme. Since then, $25 billion has been pumped into the Turkish national network, covering high-speed route construction, new rolling stock, and further infrastructural upgrades.

By 2023, the figure will have risen to more than $46bn, folding into a wider Eurasia spending regime worth $500bn. 

With Turkish and other rail authorities spending massive sums on upgrading important rail infrastructure and locomotive fleets, now is the time to enter this massive market. You can do so at Eurasia Rail 2019.

Join us at Eurasia Rail this year

Now you know why you should be there, it’s time to join us at Eurasia Rail 2019.

We have lots in store for you, so if you miss Eurasia Rail, you’re missing out.

Click here to register as a visitor.

We look forward to seeing you in Izmir this April.