Germany

Tunnel Construction at the InnoTrans 2018

Trade visitors can look forward to a complete overview of the railway industry international market from September 18 to 21 at the InnoTrans 2018 in Berlin. Top technology with regard to tunnelling will also have an important part to play again this year at the world`s leading fair for railway engineering.

Growing exhibitor numbers and emphasis on internationality in the “Tunnel Construction” segment reflect the branch`s desire to present its developments and novelties to the trade. Apart from a large number of German companies, exhibitors from Korea, Egypt, China, Sweden, Switzerland and Spain...

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