IRJ heads to Asia where the railway sector is continuing to advance at a rapid pace. Keep your company at the forefront of the region's leading decision makers' thoughts with an advertisement in the August issue of IRJ.
Asia: Vietnam's second city is pressing ahead with construction of its metro network. We get an exclusive insight of this project. We also head to Japan to speak with JR East and Tokyo Metro, and feature a comprehensive round-up of Chinese light rail projects.
• IRJ is read by 1994 railway professionals and decision makers working in Asia every month.*
Infrastructure: Track Shift²Rail is set to revolutionise European railway research over the next six years. IRJ speaks to British infrastructure manager Network Rail, which is leading the In²Rail programme, about work to develop future track technologies. We also look at a new innovative slab track solution from Alstom.• IRJ is read by 955 railway engineers and decision makers working in track and civil engineering.* Don't miss this chance to show them what you have to offer.Smarter railways: Train maintenance Hitachi has begun delivery of the new Super Express Trains bought under Britain's Intercity Express Programme. We profile the maintenance strategy for these new main line vehicles which will replace the iconic HST. We also look at Perpetuum's condition monitoring technology and how this is reducing train maintenance costs in Melbourne.
• IRJ is actively requested by 87% of its readership, reflecting its value and importance to the industry - no other rail industry publication comes close.*Extra distribution:• Malaysia Rail Conference, Aug 26 -27, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Closing date for the August issue: July 15Ad copy date: July 17
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* Average data retrieved from ABC audit of International Railway Journal's circulation from July 1 2014 to December 31 2014.
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