InnoTrans is the world’s leading trade fair for transport technology and takes place every two years in Berlin. At the last event 2,955 exhibitors from 60 countries presented the global rail industry’s innovations to 137,391 trade visitors who came from 119 countries. The five segments at InnoTrans are Railway Technology, Railway Infrastructure, Public Transport, Interiors and Tunnel Construction. InnoTrans is organised by Messe Berlin. The twelfth edition of InnoTrans will take place on the Berlin Exhibition Grounds from 18 to 21 September 2018. More details are available online at www.innotrans.com.
We would like to invite you to visit consolidated booth of Ukrainian manufacturers of railway production at InnoTrans 2018 exhibition (Berlin, Germany, 18-22 of September, 2018, www.innotrans.de). UKRAINE: Railway Supply – Hall 15.1, Stand 207.
19 Ukrainian producers will participate in InnoTrans 2018, presenting wide range of railway products and services. Nowadays Ukrainian machine-building is one of the top export-oriented industries. Ukrainian companies produce high-quality railway production, provide modern engineering and design services. They could become key players on a new promising markets, all the prerequisites for this exist.
Exhibitors at UKRAINE: Railway Supply stand
— Transport Committee of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine
— PJSC Dnipropetrovsk Railway Switch Plant
— SPE Railwayautomatic LLC
— RPE Corporation KRT Ltd
— SMELA ELECTROMECHANICAL PLANT
— PP PROM-ALLIANCE
— Railway Supply magazine
— International Marketing Project «Railway EXPO 2019»
Participants of Railway EXPO 2018 project
— MPP AVIS
— HARTRON-EXPRESS LTD
— JPE KVAZAR
— ZTZA Plant of communication technology and automation
Organization of business meetings
+38 093 152 04 32 EN
+38 050 325 25 63 RU
«Ukrainian producers at InnoTrans 2018. Exhibition guide»
Looking forward to meeting you at our booth!
UKRAINE: Railway Supply – Hall 15.1, Stand 207
International participation – a quality aspect
Once again the high number of international exhibitors is particularly evident – a quality aspect that defines InnoTrans as a leading international trade fair. Demand for more floor space is growing all the time. In particular exhibitors from Morocco and Egypt, which in 2016 took part for the first time, are demanding significantly more space – four times and twelve times more respectively. Exhibitors from Bulgaria, Denmark, Taiwan and Belarus are also planning to host larger booths at the forthcoming event compared to InnoTrans 2016.
In 2018 exhibitors will be able to increase their booth areas via multi-leveled displays, as last year the world’s leading trade fair finally reached its capacity limits on the existing exhibition grounds. With its priority of offering a wide-ranging and balanced reflection of the global transport sector it remains the aim of the trade fair to enable every interested company to participate in InnoTrans 2018.