Conference and trade show Rail Freight in Europe
New challenges for sustainable development
6 & 7 December 2007 Rotterdam (The Netherlands)
Zeist – On 16th June 2007 the Betuwe Route became operative! The only dedicated rail track for freight transport in Europe is now open for all railway companies. We are very pleased to announce that the international conference and trade show Rail Freight in Europe – Challenges for sustainable development will take place at the Erasmus Expo & Congress Centre in Rotterdam, the Netherlands on 6 & 7 December 2007.
The international conference will give insight in upcoming challenges and opportunities that lie ahead. We are honoured that the Dutch Minister of Transport, Public Works and Water Management, Mr. Camiel Eurlings, has confirmed his contribution to the conference! For more information about the conference programme, please visit the website of Rail Freight in Europe
At the trade show of Rail Freight in Europe, companies have the opportunity to demonstrate their products and services. Delegates and speakers of the international conference have ample time to visit the trade show during coffee breaks and lunches. You will have the opportunity to rent a table top or present a poster. Please contact Europoint b.v. to book your space at the trade show.
Rail Freight in Europe offers you a unique platform for networking with industry colleagues. It also offers opportunities to meet new prospects while enhancing corporate identification and goodwill to a highly targeted, decision-making audience. Companies can take responsibility for or connect their name to a certain element of the conference and trade show. Sponsorship packages are still available! For more information and/or a tailor made solution that meets your wishes and budget, please contact Europoint b.v
In order to register for Rail Freight in Europe, please fill in the registration form and fax it to +31 (0)30 6917 394.
Should you prefer online registration for the conference or trade show, please visit the website of Rail Freight in Europe