Following the success of its inaugural edition in 2016, IRJ’s January issue, The Railway in 2017, will again offer a unique look ahead through interviews and articles from some of the leading figures in the global rail industry. The Railway in 2017 will also round up the key projects scheduled to open during the year and the global trends set to impact the industry over the next 12 months in every corner of the railway world.
Confirmed participants include:
Henrik Hololei, director general for mobility and transport, European CommissionMichael Cramer MEP, chair of the European Parliament Committee on Transport and TourismRoger van Boxtel, president, Netherlands RailwaysSir Peter Hendy, chairman, Network RailAndreas Meyer, CEO, Swiss Federal Railways (SBB)Wick Moorman, president and CEO, AmtrakJohn C Hellmann, president and CEO, Genesee & WyomingStephan Krenz, managing director, Abellio GermanyAlastair Dormer, chairman, Hitachi Rail EuropeJohannes Max-Theurer, CEO, Plasser GroupKlaus Deller, CEO, Knorr-BremsePeter Spuhler, group CEO, Stadler RailCarlo Borghini, executive director, Shift2RailNormichi Kumagai, president of Railway Technical Research Institute, JapanGeoff Smith, managing director, SCT Logistics, AustraliaJamie Miller, CEO, GE TransportationLuc Lallemand, CEO, Infrabel (Belgium)Art Leahy, CEO, Metrolink (California)Julio Fontana, CEO, Rumo ALL (Brazil)The issue is also set to receive contributions from:TCDD TransportNorway’s Transport MinistryJR EastAfrican Development BankRoland BergerTalgoEuropean Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)Russia’s Institute of Natural Monopolies Research (IPEM) 145,000 visitors across the four days, InnoTrans 2016 was the biggest yet. IRJ’s editorial team will round-up the highlights of the event, including the major product launches and what the key figures from the industry said in Berlin.
Closing date for the January issue: December 9Ad copy date: December 12
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This special issue is a unique opportunity for advertisers to show what they have to offer in 2017 and to highlight their major successes. Working on a new project? Set to launch a new product? The Railway in 2017 can provide the platform for you to reach your customers and to set you up for a successful year.As well as conventional display advertising, advertisers have the opportunity to include a short Question and Answer with their CEO, or a short advertorial alongside their advertisement. This is your chance to provide insight on how you see the market developing in 2017 and/or your goals for the year.
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