First-rate platform for showcasing specialized exhibits to a highly targeted audience

We connect local government decision-makers, transport commissioners, procurement specialists and professional buyers across industry with manufacturers, suppliers and distributers of the latest products, equipment and technology in the metropolitan, urban and inter-city transit sectors.

Rail+Metro China deliver a higher density of professional visitors through concentrating on the quality and depth of our conference platform, with a reputation and standard that is unmatched in China. This makes exhibiting on the show floor one of the most efficient approaches that companies in the rail transit industry supply chain can take to showcase their latest technologies and product innovations.

Focused B2B space offering high-frequency connections and a rewarding experience for attendees

In 2018, over 25,000 professional visitors within the rail transit and engineering industries are expected to attend the show. Previous editions have demonstrated that over 60% are decision-makers and executives. The show will provide you with rare opportunities for face-to-face communication with the people you need to meet, and the productive, immersive experience you’re unlikely to forget.

*the exhibitors listed above are in no particular order.

Visitors Profile

18,469 visitors
Domestic visitors are from 40+ cities and regions
Overseas visitors are from 30+ countries and regions

Classification of Exhibitors and Visitors

Extensive array of exhibits offering comprehensive coverage of the rail transit industry supply chain

Rail+Metro China covers the full range of railway and urban transit industry category areas, including urban subways, light rail, monorail, trams, maglev, regional railway, inner city railway, intercity railways, heavy haul railway, high-speed railway and more. Exhibits cover every product and service area, including planning & design, engineering & construction, operations, maintenance & repair and more.

At the forefront of transport development trends, offering unique insight into the industry in China

China’s transportation network is moving into a new phase. Over the next five years, China will extend its domestic network to 30,000 kilometers and link up over 80% of its cities. China will be forming an inter-city rail network across the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region, the Yangtze River Delta, the Pearl River Delta, the Mid-Yangtze Delta, the Chengdu-Chongqing region in Central China and the Shandong Peninsula. Policy-makers, project managers and key contractors from across the country all regularly attend the show, offering invaluable insight from the speakers’ podiums and across the full breadth of the event besides.

For further information, please contact:

Mr. Bill Wu
Tel: +86-21-6295 1059