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The event
Railway Days 2017 – the Railway PRO Investment Summit, now at its 12th edition, will take place on 3 and 4 October in Bucharest, Romania.

The Railway PRO Investment Summit is an event that facilitates business dialogue among key market players, supports and stimulates an integrated approach to national and international projects that together accelerate the development of a Single European Railway Area.
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Companies from international railway markets as well as hundreds of business leaders will come together to pave the way and set the direction for the global railway industry.

REGISTRATION
The summit provides excellent networking and interactive sessions where operators, infrastructure managers, government officials and leaders from the international railway industry can exchange knowledge and offer their insight on the latest railway development projects.

Programme
The debated topics during this edition of the Railway PRO Investment Summit are comprehensive and diverse, providing participants with details regarding the newest developments of the railway industry.

Access the event agenda here

Venue
Located close to the city’s cultural, shopping and business districts, the Radisson Blu 5* Hotel, in Bucharest, Romania is the location for this year's Railway PRO Investment Summit.
 
The 12th edition of Railway Days – the Railway PRO Investment Summit
Only two weeks left until the start of the Summit, where more than 300 participants as well as over 35 speakers will provide the latest news and developments during the two days of the event through constructive debates.
The insightful conference panels are complemented by a technical and equipment exhibition that offers exhibitors the opportunity to present their products and services in front of a specialized audience and to meet key stakeholders in the rail market.
Speakers
Romania will hold the Presidency of the Council of the European Union between January and June 2019. This period will be a decisive period for the European Rail Industry since many crucial EU dossiers will then be dealt with. UNIFE Director General Mr Philippe Citroën, Director General UNIFE, will review these dossiers for which the future Romanian Presidency of the EU will have a key supporting role to play: be it the finalisation stage of the implementation of the Technical Pillar of the 4th Railway Package, the discussions on both the future of the Shift2Rail R&D Programme and the post-2020 EU investment programmes for rail (Connecting Europe Facility, Structural Fund including Cohesion Fund, EFSI).

In the presentation entitled “Intermodal: the means by which to shift from Road to Rail”, Mr Ralf-Charley Schultze, President of UIRR, will deal with the following:
- The enabler: intermodal loading unit – container, swap body and semi-trailer
- Connecting the modes: transhipment and terminals
- Intermodal: combining the best of every mode of transport
- Regulatory framework: discrepancies to eliminate
- Rail infrastructure: symbolic breakthrough elements under development
- First/last mile road haulage: revolution of alternative propulsion

SNCF, represented by Mr Guillaume Foeillet, in charge of international affairs for I&P division within SNCF RESEAU, will be present in both days of the event. During the first day, Mr Foeillet will hold the presentation called “SAFETY: our TOP priority, KPIs and improvement plan”. This presentation sums up the major principles of SNCF’s rail safety management, list our major safety events, identify their root causes, establish appropriate statistics, and monitor the significant progress of the projects led by SNCF in terms of safety improvements. During the second day of the event, SNCF presents a computerised system dedicated to the monitoring in real time of electrical parameters of power sub-stations and the energy equipment powering the signalling fixed installations. It is meant to detect and record disturbances and raise related alerts.

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