Asia Pacific Rail 2013 (APR2013)

Venue: Kowloon, Hong Kong

Location: Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Event Date/Time: Mar 12, 2013 End Date/Time: Mar 14, 2013
Early Registration Date: Dec 21, 2012
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Asia Pacific Rail will focus on:

Project updates in major markets in Asia
Tunnel design and construction strategies to minimise costs and drive on-time project delivery
Innovations to optimise resource management
The latest technologies available to improve public transit
Maximising ROI on fare collections systems
Asset performance through robust O&M systems

If you are keen in learning more about operational efficiency, safety and bottom-line performance you cannot afford to miss this event.

Who should attend

Railway leasing and real estate companies
Civil Engineering and construction companies
Railway equipment, infrastructure and signalling providers
Government railway authorities and ministries
Railway operators
Technology providers
Investment banks, financiers, investors and consultants
Freight & logistics companies uis autem vel eum iriure

2012 attendees include

MTR Corporation
Land Transport Authority Singapore
Land Public Transport Commission Malaysia
Ministry of Transport Indonesia
Ministry of Transport Malaysia
Seoul Metropolitan Rapid Transit Corporation Korea
Bangkok Mass Transit System Public Company Limited Thailand
Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation
Taiwan High Speed Rail Corporation

Why you can't afford to miss this event

Establish relationships with over 300 senior-level executives
Get first-hand information on rail operators' plans
Find out how you can achieve positive returns on your investment
Learn best practices for immediate project implementation
Apply the right innovation to optimise operations


Additional Information

In its 15th year, Asia Pacific Rail remains as the leading platform where railway professionals gather to discuss strategies that drive profitability while ensuring safety and reliability. Gain firsthand information from regional rail peers on how they are addressing their challenges, even as infrastructure ages and asset performance deteriorates.