03 Aug 2021

British Steel to promote high-performance railway offering at Railtex/Infrarail 2021

British Steel will be exhibiting at Railtex/Infrarail 2021 from 7-9 September at the NEC in Birmingham.

Following what could be the most challenging year ever for exhibitions, Railtex and Infrarail have joined forces to create the ultimate show for the rail industry. The co-located event will provide the perfect platform for companies serving all aspects of the infrastructure and rolling stock sectors to demonstrate their capabilities and meet their customers.

We’ll be located at Hall 11, Stand N71, where we’ll be promoting our wide range of premium steel products and associated services, each designed to help the industry achieve longer railway life with fewer maintenance requirements.

We’re delighted to once again be the official ‘On-Track’ sponsor, supplying 18m of rail track, and demonstrating some of our award-winning products and services:

  • HP335 for improved wear and rolling contact fatigue resistance
  • Zinoco® coated rail for extending life in corrosive environments
  • Rail technical services to help improve operational efficiency and network integrity 

And we’ll be introducing our self-protecting and durable weathering steel structural sections – perfect for exposed outdoor structures like bridges, buildings and catenary gantries.

If rust has been ruining your railway, take the opportunity to join Senior Rail Consultant Dr Stephen Lewis and Construction Account Manager Gordon Hodgson at the Rail Business Daily seminar theatre on Thursday 9 September at 11.50am to hear their presentation on 'Conquering corrosion on the railway corridor.'

For more information on Railtex/Infrarail, or to arrange a meeting with us, please contact rail@britishsteel.co.uk.

And don't forget to register for your free ticket before you travel.

We look forward to seeing you there!


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