Railtex 2021

Joining forces to shape the future of UK rail

7 - 9 September 2021 | NEC, Birmingham

Infrarail 2021

Exhibition Profile

Significant improvements are being made to UK’s rail network. The increase in demand for rail goods and services has, as a result, a contribution of over 36bn to the UK economy. More than £48 billion will be spent over the next five years. Many major new rail projects such as HS2, The Great North Rail Project, Crossrail 2 and the TFL Four Lines Modernisation amounting to billions of pounds are underway or planned.

Railtex / Infrarail 2021 provides the perfect platform for companies serving all aspects of the infrastructure and rolling stock sectors to demonstrate their capabilities and meet their customers.

With an international audience visiting from over 50 countries around the globe and hundreds of organisations exhibiting from across the full industry supply chain, the co-located event is an unmissable opportunity for stakeholders in the rail market.

Who Exhibits at Railtex / Infrarail?

More than 180 categories of products & services will be represented at the event. If you supply products/services in any of the following areas, then exhibiting at Railtex/Infrarail 2021 should be part of your marketing plan.

  • Rolling Stock
  • Railway Civil Engineering
  • Track Design, Supply & Construction
  • Track & Infrastructure Maintenance
  • Electrification
  • Signalling & Communications
  • Depot & Workshop Equipment & Services
  • Plant & Equipment
  • Safety & Security Systems
  • Electrical products & Equipment
  • Measurement, Monitoring & Testing Systems
  • Information Technology
  • Station Equipment & Passenger Technology
  • Human resources & Occupational Health
  • Consultancy & Specialised Services

Who Visits Railtex / Infrarail?

Railtex and Infrarail have been the industry’s favourite meeting places for over 25 years and, combined, welcome over 10,000 visitors from 50 countries. Visitors come from all key industry sectors, including:

  • Main line passenger and rail freight operators
  • Main line infrastructure authorities
  • Urban rail undertakings
  • National, regional & local government transport agencies
  • Rail regulation and safety bodies
  • Infrastructure contracting and maintenance
  • Suppliers and buyers of products and services to the rail market, including information displays, revenue collection, security and interiors
  • Consultants and transport planners
  • Leasing/finance services for the rail market
  • Customer-facing products and services
  • Human resources in the rail industry