25th Annual (2017)

Rail Freight Group Conference

Wednesday 26 April 2017

25th Annual (2017)

Rail Freight Group Conference

Optimising supply chain relationships to accelerate growth in uncertain times
Wednesday 26 April 2017 etc. Venues - Victoria, London
The Rail Freight Group Conference returns for its 25th year, bringing together 140 attendees, including operators, rail freight customers and ports, to review government support and plans for the sector, the conference explores where the areas and opportunities for rail freight growth are, including inter-modal and supply chain opportunities.

Ensure you attend to:

  • Understand the latest Government and railway initiatives for rail freight
  • Discuss what the ORR's charging review could mean for freight
  • Explore how to deliver growth for the sector, including examining the growing role of intermodal
  • Join the debate on the possible implications of Brexit for rail freight, considering what this might mean for trade and customs
  • Hear from freight users and customers on what they are looking for and what else the rail freight sector could offer
  • Benefit from 3+ hours of networking with over 140 senior rail freight professionals


Register now to secure your place - either online, by email or by calling 0207 067 1597

Just some of the companies who have attended previously:

Amey Rail
Ashfield Land
Associated British Ports
Colas Rail
DB Cargo (UK)
DC Rail
Department for Transport
DP World London Gateway
Drax Power
European Rail Freight Association (ERFA)
Eversholt Rail
Frank Armitt And Son

Freight on Rail
GB Railfreight
GE Rail Services
Highways England
Hutchison Port
Midlands Connect
Mott MacDonald
Murphy Shipping and Commercial Services
Network Rail
Office of Rail and Road
P & O Ferries

PD Ports
Peel Ports
Port of Tilbury London
Port of Tyne
Rail Freight Group
Rail North
RLand Energy
Siemens AG
The Bristol Port Company
Transport for Greater Manchester
Transport Scotland
UK Power Networks

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“A well thought through event looking at the industry with a 360 degree view.”

R. Jones, TSC

See the programme

Attend to understand the emerging implications of Brexit for freight and how the industry can plan and respond accordingly; discuss the importance of improving freight connections at ports and how this can be achieved; and hear from freight users and customers on rail freight performance.

See who's speaking

The Rail Freight Group Conference, returning for its 25th year, features senior speakers from key industry stakeholders such as the Department for Transport, ORR, Network Rail, GB Railfreight, Rail Delivery Group and more.

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