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by Pascal Pin, Vice President, Cluster TOTEM

New regional TOTEM cluster for Transport Of Terrestrial and Maritime, located in Occitania (South France Region) is the result of a choice of Occitania within the framework of the specialization of European Regions initiated by the European Commission in Brussels.

TOTEM specializes in the Automotive, Railway, Maritime sectors and in a complementary manner the Ecosystem sector which promote collaboration with other regional sectors such as aeronautics, energy or even industry 4.0.

MTI stands for Morocco TraIndustry by Luciaone Borges

An industrial cluster created last summer in Morocco with the target to develop industrial capabilities to serve the Mobility Industry, particularly the railway one. The aim of MTI Cluster is to take benefits from the new investment cycle of the Rail Industry in Morocco (trains fleet increase and renewal, future High Speed Lines, ...) to develop a competitive Moroccan Technical Offer to ... Morocco, Africa and beyond! Durability, Agility, Competitiveness, Track record ... these are main strenghs on offer to attract best in class actors to develop or to join.

BITZER: Safety on the rails

BITZER, the specialist for refrigeration and air conditioning technology, supports operators of rail vehicles by providing products that meet the highest quality requirements – this includes compliance with the current railway standards

The evaluation of products suitable for railways is crucial: anything that does not comply with the current standards is not an option for railways – because safety is the top priority on the rails. With its refrigeration compressors, the traditional company BITZER supplies essential components for rail vehicles that meet the high safety requirements in the railway sector. Two examples:

BITZER: Sustainable refrigerants as a key factor

With its extensive range, BITZER, the specialist for refrigeration and air conditioning technology, offers a whole host of products for sustainable and energy-efficient solutions. In this regard, the topic of refrigerants plays a key role – but no single refrigerant is appropriate for all applications. Here is how to find the right one.

With its products and services for refrigeration and air conditioning technology for the railway sector, BITZER ensures optimum temperature conditions – always within the context of maximum quality and energy efficiency. The company offers the right technology for any application and almost every refrigerant – with a particular focus on legal regulations such as the Ecodesign Directive and the F-Gas Regulation – yet choosing the appropriate refrigerant can still be a challenge.



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Special meeting with Jennifer Bächli

Only 16% of the rail industry is made up of women and even smaller number are in senior, decision-making posts. We believe that there are a lot of initiatives in the industry, but we are sure that working together will bring greater success! Special meeting with a woman who will inspire other women. Jennifer Bächli, Head of Marketing at BÄCHLI AG.

Mohamed Mezghani - UITP Secretary General

As the only worldwide network to bring together all public transport stakeholders and all sustainable transport modes, UITP and their global membership knows what direction the sector is going in.

Fly by rail

Drones are in the news as big groups and start-ups alike compete and/or join forces to launch flying taxis for cities. Whether and when they will take off is anyone’s guess. Less The Fifth Element, more here and now, the railways are already using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) for maintenance and surveillance purposes.

Dealing with the unexpected

As public transport services become increasingly customer-focused (the name change from ‘passengers’ says it all), what helps an operator really stand out and strengthen or weaken their brand is how they respond to the unexpected. In such cases, an efficient incident and crisis management solution is a means of helping them maximise service continuity and deliver journey experiences that ensure customers come back for more – and tell others to do the same.

7 - 9 September 2021
NEC, Birmingham - United Kingdom


7 - 9 September 2021 - NEC, Birmingham / UK

Railtex and Infrarail have successfully served the rail market for over 20 years, and for the first time in 2021, the UK’s most important events in the rail calendar will come together to form the ultimate show for the industry. The co-located event will provide an unparalleled opportunity for companies serving all aspects of the infrastructure and rolling stock sectors to present their products and services, meet new and existing customers and be part of the industry’s networking event of the year.

EXPO Ferroviaria

28 - 30 September 2021 - Milan / ITALY

As the only B2B exhibition exclusively dedicated to the railway industry in Italy, EXPO Ferroviaria brings together key representatives of the sector. The event provides an unrivalled opportunity for companies targeting the domestic market and firms seeking foreign customers. This 2021 edition marks the 10th anniversary of the leading exhibition dedicated to railway technology in Italy, and it is set to be a solid comeback to face-to-face interactions for all rail professionals after more than a year of impossibility to meet at live events. The exhibition provides a showcase for manufacturers in the major fields of rolling stock and infrastructure technology to present their latest innovations, connect with the industry and unleash new business opportunities.

Middle East Rail

12 - 13 October 2021 - Dubai / UAE

Now in its 15th year, Middle East Rail has grown to become the largest and most established transport event in the Middle East, North Africa and South Asia. This unmissable annual event brings together the leaders of the entire transportation community and hosts more regional and international government representatives than any other event. Our international and influential audience comes together to meet, learn, share best practice, explore the very latest solutions for a next generation transportation system and review the technologies and partnerships needed to modernise systems and pioneer the future of transportation as we know it.


26 - 28 October 2021 - Lille / France

Staged every two years since 1999, SIFER, France's only B2B international industry exhibition, brings together suppliers and manufacturers of the very latest in railway technology, products and services aimed at meeting the complex needs of mainline and urban networks. SIFER is the meeting place for policymakers, rail operators and manufacturers, combining presentations of the latest technological innovations with a stimulating programme of supporting events comprising conferences, workshops, B2B meetings and technical seminars.

Regeneration and Transport Growth in the Midlands

13 November 2019 - Birmingham / UK

Attend to hear the most up to date insight on the key transport and development plans which are modernising the Midlands and optimising the regeneration opportunities these projects create. The event will explore how the region can maximise and respond to major infrastructure delivery through increased collaboration, improved connectivity and future planning.

Rolling Stock Procurement Forum

21 November 2019 - London / UK

The UK Rolling Stock Procurement Forum will provide you with the latest insight into the current and future opportunities for rolling stock. Attend to hear the latest strategic thinking on how to future proof the procurement process and identify future needs. The day will address the long term plans for the industry, including the impact and timelines of the 2040 decarbonisation agenda, the future of franchising and the emerging technology increasing rolling stock reliability and efficiency.