Register now to exhibit at RIN Derby – bringing rail infrastructure companies together

Now is the time to register to exhibit at one of the rail industry’s most popular free-to-attend networking events.

Rail Infrastructure Networking (RIN) returns to Derby Arena on Thursday, September 8th to provide a huge platform for railway infrastructure companies to launch new products and services, strengthen partnerships and build new relationships.

Exhibitor stands are proving popular for this September event and the RIN team are delighted to welcome many new first-time exhibitors to Derby this year. With space now 60 percent full don’t miss this opportunity to showcase your products and services for just £300+VAT Click here to reserve your stand.

The event brings together 200+ rail infrastructure companies in one room for networking without the distraction of speeches or presentations.

Credit: RIN // Retouching: Lamisha Chowdhoury

RIN was created and developed by Jobson James Rail – the UK market leader in insurance and contractual advice for railway companies – supported by the Railway Industry Association (RIA). It’s a railway event run by railway people – and run not for profit – which is why the exhibitor fee is priced so competitively, to suit all budgets.

The firm’s Marketing Manager, Antoinette Stevenson, said: “RIN provides the perfect opportunity for businesses of all sizes to showcase themselves and speak with some of the biggest names in Rail infrastructure.

“As demand for rail infrastructure works increases over the next few years, the need for rail businesses to collaborate is significant. RIN is aiming for its biggest show yet in Derby, with more exhibitors, longer networking times and greater opportunities.”

The Railway Industry Association (RIA) Meet the Buyer event returns to Derby, giving exhibitors and RIA members the opportunity to meet with the UK’s leading rail buyers from Tier 1 / principal contractors organisations.

RIN has already announced that Kevin Rayment from Network Rail will be joining the RIA Meet the Buyer panel. Kevin will look to answer questions and provide key Design for Reliability (DFR) and Product Acceptance advice to the rail infrastructure supply chain. More information on the DFR process is available in this short video.

Network Rail offer a free, online, five-part-day DFR introductory course (email [email protected] for a place). In addition, Network Rail have launched the first two of their new online instructor led, Advanced DFR modules. Information relating to costs, availability and bookings for these Advanced DFR modules can be found by registering here.

The full details of the RIA MTB event, panel members and application link will be launched on Monday 8 August.

RIN events are hosted nationwide three times per year – with the 2022/3 calendar featuring:

York 2022

Thursday, 17th November 2022, 9:30am -12:30pm at York Racecourse, York
£275+VAT for exhibitors, free for visitors

London 2023
Thursday, 9th March 2023, 9:30am – 2:30pm at the Business Design Centre, Islington, just one mile from King’s Cross/St Pancras.

£385 +VAT for exhibitors, free for visitors

Visit for more details.

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