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World Rail Expansion Conference 2019

Incorporating invitations to bid for Mass Rapid Transit (MRT),
High-Speed Rail (HSR)
& Freight Railway Lines Upcoming Projects Tender

Conference 2019

18 & 19 September 2019* Bangkok, Thailand***

  1. Overview
  2. Programme
  3. Gallery
  4. Delegates
  5. Exhibitors
  6. Exhibition Opportunities


New projects, new opportunities and growth strategies for rail networks in a volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous (VUCA) environment, including framework for stakeholders and policy makers in the midst of rail network expansion to take stock and review critical success factors as well as keep abreast on guidelines to evaluate progress, while for industry players to secure an opportunity to connect with the stakeholders, towards successful implementation and delivery of the proposed projects

World Rail Expansion Conference 2019 generates and consolidates opinions towards creating the necessary information that is critical to fine tune and close the gap between aspects of planning/development and market reality facing stakeholders of rail projects, from pre-feasibility study stage, to implementation and delivery of the proposed projects. This Conference is a timely platform towards cooperation and partnerships, amongst stakeholders, policy makers and industry players, with plenty of opportunities for Pre-bid Conference that offers all prospective bidders to request for clarification, and to seek update on various high-profile railway projects, including MRT, HSR and freight railway lines projects across Asia Pacific, Middle East, Africa, Latin America, Europe, including Bahrain, Botswana, Colombia, Egypt, Estonia, Finland, Iran, Kuwait, Latvia, Mexico, Mozambique, Norway, Philippines, Russia, Turkey, Zimbabwe, Vietnam’s metro rail projects across Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City and Danang, Vietnam’s North-South High-Speed Rail project, and South America’s Bi-Oceanic Railway Corridor project, as well as Thailand’s first high-speed rail project, valued at US$7.2 billion, with completion scheduled for 2023.This conference sets the momentum to secure an opportunity to connect with the stakeholders towards successful implementation and delivery of the proposed projects, as well as to share experiences and expertise towards growth strategies for rail networks in a volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous (VUCA) environment, providing a framework for stakeholders and policy makers in the midst of rail network expansion, to take stock and review critical success factors, as well as keep abreast on guidelines to evaluate progress.