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The Japan Overseas Railway System Association’s Japan Hall is now a regular feature of the InnoTrans trade fair, and this year it will bring together 13 member firms to occupy the whole of Hall 7.2a.
‘Our members include suppliers, operators and institutes, enabling us to present all aspects of Japanese rail technology and hardware to trade visitors at a single location, as well as convincing them of the quality of these products’, said JORSA director Shinji Sayama.
In addition to the Japan Hall, JORSA member companies Fuji Electric, Hitachi, Hitachi Nico Transmission, J-TREC, Kawasaki Heavy Industries and Toshiba Infrastructure Systems & Solutions Corp will also have their own stands at InnoTrans 2018 in Berlin.
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