Eurasia Rail, being the 4th biggest railway fair of the world, had been a scene for the increasing focus of global companies in Turkey as well as the developing railway industry of the country.
It’ll not be suprising to face with the increasing interest of Turkish companies in other railway fairs of the world, both as visitors and participants.
Railway fairs in the world are mainly in two categories. Exhibitions supported by conferences which mostly open to public. Conferences supported by exhibitions which mostly open only to railway professionals.
Here are the most known railway fairs of the world, in order by number of visitors:
|Rail+Metro China||Shanghai, China||40.000|
|CRTS China||Beijing, China||30.000|
|Eurasia Rail||Istanbul, Turkey||25.000|
|Expo Ferroviaria||Torino, Italy||6.400|
|Middle East Rail||Dubai, UAE||6.000|
|Expo Rail Russia||Moscow, Russia||3.491|
|Rail Solutions Asia||Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia||1.700|
|Expo Rail South East Asia||Bangkok, Thailand||–|
Here are some more details (frequency, area, number of participants, date and official web links) about these fairs:
Eurasia “High Speed” Rail Fair
Top Companies of Railway in Istanbul: Eurasia Rail 2014
What Will Happen in 2014?
Transport and Logistic 2013, Istanbul
Logist 2013 Fair, Istanbul
Turkey Railway Infrastructure and Rolling Stock Summit