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InnoTrans: Innovative Tunnelling Technology and Dialogue of Ideas

The leading transport technology fair InnoTrans starts in Berlin on Sept. 23. For four days the global rail industry and the tunnelling branch will present their capabilities and power of innovation in Berlin. In the Tunnel Construction fair segment in Hall 5.2 numerous companies will show their latest solutions for constructing and maintaining tunnel systems. In addition to others, Herrenknecht from Germany, Valente from Italy and the Spanish Talleres Zitrón company will attend. Exhibitors equipped with tunnelling technology will be present from Sweden, France, Switzerland and China as well.

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