If you are a Georgia manufacturer, May 8 could be your once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Hundreds of millions of government dollars are coming available to help fund the building of future rail transportation. The Next Generation Rail Supply Chain Forum wants to develop 100% American-made supply chains for next generation rail cars.
Your company can check into being part of the action by attending this Forum during the Manufacturing Innovations 2012 convention in Orlando, Florida. The Forum will address rail industry product needs, and the requirements and considerations of manufacturers, both traditional rail and non-traditional.
Admission to the Forum is free for the first 150 to register — use the discount registration code RAIL. To access the one-on-one business meetings, you must provide your DUNS number. After these first 150, registration will cost $300.
The day-long event features a keynote address, discussion panels, one-on-one meetings with OEMs, and a networking reception. To date, the following OEMs/Tier Ones have confirmed attendance: Bombardier, ElectroMotive Diesel, Talgo, Knorr Brake Corp, and Wabtec. Other major manufacturers are expected to attend.
The rail supply chain needs you. Don’t miss out on this chance to discover how you can innovate, expand, and profit from an industry that is building the future of American rail transportation.
The Next Generation Rail Supply Chain Forum is a great value for companies interested in opportunities in the rail industry because you will have the opportunity to speak with contract purchasing agents across the industry.