05 Apr 2022

British Steel to promote premium railway offering at Railtex/Infrarail 2022

British Steel will be exhibiting at Railtex/Infrarail 2022 from 10-12 May at Olympia London.

Building on the success of last year's return to exhibitions, Railtex and Infrarail have once again joined forces to create the leading one-stop-shop event for the entire UK railway industry.

The co-located event reflects the dynamic developments in the sector and the vision of the rail network of the future and is the ideal platform for exchanging knowledge and views on the latest developments at the heart of the industry.

We’ll be located on Stand G50, where we’ll be promoting our wide range of high-performance steel products and associated services, each designed to help the rail industry achieve longer infrastructure 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 smart steel for sustainable systems:

As a founder member, we’ll also be representing the UK Rail Research and Innovation Network (UKRRIN), highlighting our Centre of Excellence in Infrastructure research projects aimed at improving the life cycle of our rail products and hence reducing their embedded carbon content.

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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