EXPO Ferroviaria 2017

ITALY’S SHOWCASE FOR RAILWAY TECHNOLOGY, PRODUCTS AND SYSTEMS 

3 - 5 OCTOBER 2017, RHO FIERA, MILAN, ITALY

Expo Ferrovaria, Railway event

Expo Ferrovaria, Italy railway products

Outdoor Rolling Stock Display

On 3-5 October, the Outdoor Area at the Trenord Fiorenza railway plant will be the highlight of EXPO Ferroviaria in Milan and the place to experience hands-on technology.

Thanks to a cooperation arrangement with the regional operator Trenord, vehicles will be presented on tracks located in the immediate proximity of the Exhibition Hall. From high-speed trains to hybrid locomotives and track maintenance machines - this is where manufacturers can present their new products to the professional rail community.

Admission

Site Visit: € 20 per person
Payment online by credit card only

Each slot has a maximum number of 50 participants for a 50-minute duration. A shuttle bus service will operate from the exhibition centre to the outdoor area and vice versa.

Please note: access to the outdoor area by foot is strictly NOT permitted due to safety regulations. Access to the outdoor area is only for registered visitors of EXPO Ferroviaria 2017.

Among the exhibitors: Alstom Ferroviaria SpA and CZ Loko a.s.

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Pendolino Italo  

Pendolino Italo  

alstomAlstom’s competence in producing high-speed trains will reach its apex during the 3 days of EXPO Ferroviaria: the new Pendolino Italo train will be presented to a trade audience for the first time. Designed and manufactured for NTV at Alstom’s plant in Savigliano (CN) Read more...

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EffiShunter 1000

EffiShunter 1000

cz lokoDuring the event CZ Loko as will showcase the Diesel locomotive EffiShunter 1000, intended for shunting and line service. The locomotive is equipped with alternating power transmission (AC/AC) from the diesel engine to four powered wheelsets. Read more...

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