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Natrans Arabia 2015

 

Natrans Arabia 2015
October 25-27
ADNEC, Abu Dhabi, UAE

NATRANS Arabia, held at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC) between 25 – 27 October 2015, is a highly focused technology event welcoming government representatives from across the Arab Union who are responsible for every aspect of national and regional transport infrastructure planning, development, maintenance, preservation and future system upgrades for multibillion dollar road, rail and maritime projects.

The 6th Edition of the Middle East Rail Opportunities Summit is an integral part of the NATRANS exhibition which is looking to discussions from the Maintenance, design & operations and other aspects of the railway systems from using intelligent transportation systems to signalling and telecommunications. The conference will also discuss the GCC Railway Master Plan which aims to link all the GCC Countries by 2018.

The FTA looks to have this event play an important part in strengthening the UAE’s position as ‘the business hub’ for all land and maritime related products and services, which is considered one of the world’s fastest growing economies. NATRANS Arabia will host a range of key governmental transport delegations from across road, rail and maritime sectors as well as direct participation from government bodies such as the Department of Transport, The Road Transport Authority, Etihad Rail, Abu Dhabi Ports, DP World, UAESA and the Ministry of Public Works.

Click here to learn more about the conference program.

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