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The third edition of RailDirector is heading to 2,000 rail industry leaders and subscribers this week, featuring stories of resilience and optimism as the rail industry faces up to the challenges of COVID-19.
Building on the success of the first two editions, November’s magazine once again brings industry influencers, decision-makers and supply chain partners closer together, covering everything from track to train.
Editor, Dean Bruce, said: “Despite currently going through the second period of lockdown the message from the rail industry is one of resilience and optimism.
“Our front cover feature with Hull Trains’ Managing Director Louise Cheeseman is a perfect example of this. In an exclusive interview, Louise not only talks about the challenges facing Hull Trains during a period of suspended service, she also talks positively about her determination to make sure the business is in great shape when this awful period is over.”
Also featuring in the third edition is an interview with both Kate Jennings from RIA and Adeline Ginn MBE from Women in Rail about the new Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Charter.
Dean said: “I can’t thank the contributors enough for taking the time to share their stories and for their hard work for the good of the industry.
“As well as the really interesting stories on both Hull Trains and the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Charter, this edition contains a whole host of other features including infrastructure, accessibility and technology.”
Also in November’s edition are interviews with Motion Chief Executive Emma Dymond, Cross Country’s Tom Joyner, Railway Benefit Fund’s new CEO Claire Houghton and Transport for the North’s Jeremy Acklam on leading the charge on the use of smart technology.
Christian Wiles, who leads the RBDPublications team, said: “The support for the November edition has been overwhelming, and I’d like to thank all of our advertisers for their support. Despite the current challenges organisations are keen to feature in the magazine which is sent to 2,000 rail industry leaders.
“Although the November edition has only just been posted out, we’re already receiving lots of interest in appearing in December’s magazine. Advertising slots are filling up quickly.”
Christian added “RailDirector magazine is published 12 times a year so we’ll be bringing our readers all of the latest news and views from the industry throughout the festive period.”
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