IREE 2013 is the only international event of India dedicated to railway and its allied sectors. The exhibition is committed to showcase the potential of Indian railway and it upcoming requirements in future. IREE 2013 will be followed by a conference, in which national and international experts of railway will discuss about the various issues related to sector. The main purpose of the event is to highlight the technological advancement in railway equipment and involvement of private sector in railway industry. The exhibition will be organized by the Confederation of Indian Industry in association with the Ministry of Railways. IREE 2013 will bring great opportunities for individuals and organizations from all over the world, to be a part of the development of Indian Railway by contributing to it and get benefited with its growth.
The expected visitors at IREE 2013 will be: Communication Experts, Councils/Apex Bodies, Decision Makers of Industry, Engineering Directors, Freight Forwarders, Freight Transporters, General Managers of Railway units, Infrastructure Developers, Investors & Funding Agencies, IRCTC Officials, Logistics Companies, Maintenance Directors, Manufacturers of Railways Vehicles for Passenger & Freight, Ministerial Delegations, Operation Directors/ Managers, Overseas Delegations, Rail Project Managers, Railway Security Officials, Railway Stores Officials, Representatives from RITES, CONCOR, COFMOW, RDSO, Risk Assessment Specialists, Safety Directors, Senior Government Officials, Service Providers, Signaling Experts, Technical Directors/Managers, etc.
Targeted exhibitors at IREE 2013 are companies/firms dealing in: Station equipments & passenger information system, locomotives and rolling stock, track laying & maintenance equipment, compressors, material handling equipment, bridge & tunnel equipment, industrial engineering loco shed & workshop equipment, machine tools & manufacturing systems, brakes, batteries, basic metals, mass rapid transport system, starters & motors, electrical machines, tele-communications & train control systems, and signaling.