22 May 2017, 12:45 pm

Four days of events, debates and presentations directed to guests as well as to experts. More than 50 B2B’s meetings, focused on Ansaldo STS’s business perspective in Iran. A constant scouting activity committed to explore a land which shows interesting growing perspectives.

These are some of the most significant figures related to the fifth edition of the Iran Rail Expo, the international exhibition of rail transportation which took place in Teheran between the 15th and the 18th of May 2017.

As well as last year, a delegation of Ansaldo STS joined the fair, gathering relevant information about the local business skills related to the company’s mission, which might be useful in the very next future in order to build up new partnerships as well as to continue the process of globalization which already characterize Ansaldo STS’s history.

More in depth, Ansaldo STS mission in Iran has been focused, jointly with FS, on the Iranian High speed line project which program is expected to start soon. More in detail the program, in which Ansaldo STS operates closely with FS, is related to the two high speed lines projects of Qom – Arak and Teheran – Hamedan for the Iranian Railways RAI.

We are very happy to had the chance to join the Iran Rail Expo 2017 – explain Ansaldo STS representatives –. We had the opportunity to get directly in touch with experts and officials of the Iranian railway branches. We learned from them and exchanged many interesting point of views. During the fair, moreover, we screened a significant number of suitable local partners and suppliers who may be very useful to us in few weeks time. We hailed also the presence of Iranian officials, who visited the exhibition. Certainly it has been a rich and favourable mission, both by the personal and business point of view”.

The exhibition has been visited by, roughly, 1,500 guests and has hosted the world leading companies of railway transports.

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