ArcelorMittal was present at Conferences & Exhibition Bilbao
Wednesday 18th April, 2018 – KEYNOTE PLENARY AND ROUND TABLES
- 09:00h. Victor Ruiz (President MAFEX, CMO ArcelorMittal Rails & Special Sections)
- 11:20h. David Morís (Product Manager Transport Rails, ArcelorMittal) – Round table.
How can administrations, operators and railway stakeholders match trends in urban transport needs?
Thursday 19th April, 2018 – KEYNOTE PLENARY AND ROUND TABLES
- 14:45h. David Alvarez (Research Engineer, ArcelorMittal R&D)
How can railway stakeholders test their actual and future rails to maximize lifecycle?
- 14:53h. Juan José Gainza (Product Manager Grooved &Light Rails, ArcelorMittal)
How City Transport adapts to the rapidly changing sector of Metro and Trams
Visit our stand to check our latest products and technologies and discuss with us our current projects http://www.terrapinn.com/conference/rail-live-es/ArcelorMittalEN.stm
About World Metro & Light Rail Congress & Expo 2018 (Bilbao 18th-19th April).
Alongside the main strategic conference we are also running an exhibition where you can demonstrate your solutions to the rail community. The exhibition welcomes hundreds of senior rail professionals every year.
The World Metro & Light Rail Congress & Expo was created to bring the world’s urban rail community together to share best practice and address industry challenges and future innovations.
Fast forward 14 years and the event now boasts a large exhibition floor alongside 2 major conferences and 2 seminar theatres, catering for the whole rail value chain.
The move of the World Metro & Light Rail Congress & Expo to Bilbao, one of Spain’s major rail manufacturing hub, coincides with recent critical investments by the Spanish and regional governments into rail infrastructure. The congress represents a fantastic opportunity to showcase Spain’s dynamic urban rail market. It will indeed feature some of Spain’s recent bold and exciting new urban rail projects, delivering inspiring insights while debating ideas and strategies with metro and light rail leaders from across Europe and abroad.