InnoTrans 2012 Offers Great Potential for Business Development

InnoTrans 2012 continues to attract major interest from representatives of industry, politics and associations. From September 18-21, 2012 the leading international trade fair for transport technology will be showcasing the rail industry, and both the halls and outdoor display site will be booked up. Nintey-five percent of the display area occupied at the last event has already been taken. The registration deadline for InnoTrans 2012 is February 15.

In terms of quality, what sets InnoTrans apart is the high number of exhibitors, the presence of trade visitors in a senior decision-making capacity, and above all its international dimension. The upward trend in international exhibitors is especially strong. Currently more than 53 per cent of the exhibitors are from abroad, with demand from Asia and the USA particularly high. Compared with previous events U.S. companies have already booked more hall space than at any other time.

American national pavilion debuts at InnoTrans 2012

A U.S. debut: For the first time there will be an American common stand at InnoTrans, which is being organized by the Railway Engineering-Maintenance Suppliers Association (REMSA). For managing director David Soule, InnoTrans offers "great potential for business development," which is the main reason for his association taking part.

David Soule: "The motivation for our members is simple: attracting new business and potential clients on a global scale. This means that the opportunity for our suppliers to extend their business to other parts of the world is there, and it is big."

In addition to companies from America and Asia enterprises from all parts of the world will be represented at the fair. A list of exhibitors on the InnoTrans website provides a current overview of companies participating in InnoTrans 2012.