What will Drive the Global Rail Industry in 2016?

Webinar reveals emerging trends and opportunities for the rail systems market

Dec 11, 2015, 09:35 ET from Frost & Sullivan

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Dec. 11, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --

WHEN:

11:00 a.m. EST on Thursday December 17, 2015

LOCATION:

Online, with free registration (Email kayla.belcher@frost.com)

EXPERT PANELIST:

Frost & Sullivan's Research Analyst, Shyam Raman and Magnovate's President, Dan Corns

Although rail systems are subject to similar environments across the world, they tend to have very different characteristics. There are several social, economic, political and technological factors determining which rail systems are utilized.

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The level of support in rail systems is reflected in the investment and procurement patterns of the global infrastructure and stock market. Embracing the digital age will allow rail systems to interface with upcoming digital communication platforms. In order for rail to remain an attractive and viable mode of transportation, it must evolve to cater to the changing needs of customers.

The briefing provides an outlook of growth opportunities in the global rail market. Experts will discuss key trends, market drivers, opportunities, regional influences and market dynamics. Additionally, the briefing will provide market sizes for infrastructure projects on a global scale.

Attend this webinar to discover:

  • The impact of mega trends on the global rail industry in 2016
  • New opportunities in rail infrastructure for rail
  • Which markets will drive growth opportunities for rail in 2016
  • The global market for rolling stock in 2016

This presentation will benefit rail equipment manufacturers, rail operators, investors and transportation companies.

Thought leader insights:

"The global rail market is expected to offer several new opportunities for market participants through priority rail projects," said Frost & Sullivan's Automotive & Transportation Research Analyst, Shyam Raman. "Additionally, restructuring, sales and private investments in the industry will increase; therefore the global market will remain on a steady rail-freight and passenger-volume growth path."

Register:

To attend the briefing, email Kayla Belcher, Corporate Communicationskayla.belcher@frost.com - your full name, job title, company name, company telephone number, and company email address, website, city, state and country or click here: http://bit.ly/1YNGLqL.

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Contact:
Kayla Belcher
Corporate Communications - North America                                            
+1.210.247.2450
kayla.belcher@frost.com

 

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