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AusRAIL 2008
Sydney, Australia - 1-2 December 2008
Conference / congress

AusRAIL is the largest annual rail event in the Asia-Pacific and provides a forum for senior executives to discuss future policy, investment and the latest technology developments in the rail sector. AusRAIL is the only rail event to have the official endorsement and active participation of the 5 main railway associations in Australasia and the broad support of the rail industry.

Visit|el2 for an interview with Brian Nye, CEO of the Australasian Railway Association. Mr Nye talks about some of the crucial issues affecting the rail industry at present. These issues will also be discussed at length at AusRAIL 2008.

1-2 December 2008

Melbourne Convention Centre

please email:

Contact for booking / more info:
Olga Baguel:

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