NT Expo - Business On Rails

November 7 - 9, 2017

Expo Center Norte
R. José Bernardo Pinto, 333 - Vila Guilherme,
São Paulo, SP02055-000
Brazil

Event Focus
Transport & Logistics

Event Type
Expo with Conference

Event Website
http://www.ntexpo.com.br/en/

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Event Description

NT Expo – Business on Rails, in its 18th edition, consolidates itself as the best metro-railway event and the leading provider of solutions for the transports on rail of Latin America.

In 2014 the event received 8,339 visitors, had more than 200 exhibitor brands, 7 international pavilions, 47% of international companies in the total of exhibitors, with unprecedented technologies for products and services for the industry, which is growing exponentially.

More than 20 presentations took place at Innovation Space and the conference Rail Brazil Tech & Business Summit gathered together business leaders and the main government representatives working in the infrastructure, logistics, and freight and passengers rail transport industries in Brazil.

150 Business Round Tables were promoted where all freight and passengers operators were placed face to face with the exhibitors of the fair.

 
UBM Americas

Event Organiser

UBM Americas

UBM Americas delivers events and marketing services in the fashion, technology, licensing, advanced manufacturing, automotive and powersports, healthcare, veterinary and pharmaceutical industries, among others. Through a range of aligned interactive environments, both physical and digital, UBM Americas increases business effectiveness for customers and audiences through meaningful experiences, knowledge and connections. The Division includes UBM Brazil’s market leading events in construction, cargo transportation, logistics & international trade, and agricultural production; and UBM Mexico's, construction, advanced manufacturing and hospitality services shows.


For more information and contact details for each of UBM Americas’ divisions please go to the website here

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