04 september 2012
The RPM Group is going to take an active part in the Berlin railway exhibition InnoTrans
Traditional international exhibition of rail transport InnoTrans, which unites the largest manufacturers of railway technics, will take place in Berlin since September 18 to September 21, 2012.
The RPM group is going to present to the professional association state-of-the-art developments and projects in the field of design engineering and batch production of up-to-date track machines.
Traditionally, InnoTrans exhibition involves experts — railway employees from various branches: from transport and passenger transportation to construction of tunnels and logistics. They include participants from more than 40 countries of the world, approximately 2,500 exhibitors, and 81 thousand square meters of exhibition areas.
The exhibition in the open air within the framework of the InnoTrans exhibition has no analogues in the world. All new developments of the branch — construction trains, selective-travel vehicles, freight trains and locomotives, as well as the whole systems of municipal and suburban transport and long-distance transport vehicles are being demonstrated within its limits.
At its exhibition (exhibit No. 209, hall 21), the RPM Group will show to participants and visitors of the exhibition performance capabilities in manufacture of technological lines of track machines intended both for construction and major repairs, and for the current maintenance of the railway track. The exhibition provides active participation of members of the delegation in discussions with competent experts regarding issues relevant for mechanical engineering, business meetings concerning cooperation, negotiations with leading European manufacturers of maintenance vehicles under potential pending agreements and contracts, which will allow delivering a number of brand new track machines for the railway branch of Russia in the nearest future.
The Group’s delegation, which consists of managers, designers, and manufacturers of the holding divisions, plans to not only demonstrate our enterprises’ capabilities, but also obtain advanced experience of the western manufacturers of maintenance vehicles.