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A total of 23 national and international trade associations from countries including Australia, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Japan, Romania, Sweden, the UK and USA will be presenting their members’ capabilities at InnoTrans 2018.
Many of these bodies are currently handling the organisational arrangements for stands and travel to the event, assisting their members with reaching the worldwide market.
Almost half of the 70 members of Spanish industry association MAFEX will be attending InnoTrans this year. The USA’s Railway Engineering-Maintenance Suppliers Association will be travelling from further afield, with its USA Pavilion providing US exhibitors with a turnkey service designed to ‘drastically simplify’ the process of exhibiting at the event.
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