Infrarail 2018 opens for visitor registration

Infrarail 2018 is now officially open for visitors to register, with the event free to attendees who register before the 30th April.

The 12th edition of the biennial event takes place at London’s ExCeL from May 1 to 3 and will showcase every aspect of railway infrastructure technology and expertise, attracting visiting managers, engineers and buyers at the highest level.

As well as the opportunity for networking, viewing products and exchanging ideas with exhibitors, Infrarail 2018 will offer keynote speeches by leading figures, plus industry seminars, project briefings and discussion groups- all free to attend.

More than 160 exhibitors have already signed up for the show, with huge a list of high-profile organisations exhibiting, including HS2, the Railway Industry Association, CEEQUAL, Rail Baltica, the Permanent Way Institution, RISQS and the Rail Supply Group as well as a broad spectrum of companies representing the entire supply sector.

Kirsten Whitehouse, exhibition manager for Infrarail 2018, said: “I’m delighted to announce that visitors can now sign up to register for the next Infrarail event. The show is set to be one of the industry highlights of 2018, and during such a landmark period of investment in the UK rail network, what better time or place for industry professionals to attend, make connections and experience new products and services?”

The 2018 edition of Infrarail will host a stand-alone Knowledge Hub for the first time, creating a dedicated space for visitors to receive the latest project updates, industry briefings and platform discussions. Other features include the CITE Hub, the Rail Alliance Hub, and the Track, all of which are located on the show floor and are free-to-attend for registered visitors.

Registration for visitors attending Infrarail 2018 can be completed by visiting the show website at and following the link to the online registration form.

Kirsten added: “We recommend anyone thinking about attending Infrarail to register online, as those who wish to turn up on the day will be required to pay a £20 registration fee. We’re looking forward to welcoming a host of old and new faces, and shining a light on the UK’s latest railway infrastructure technology and its associated projects and developments.”

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