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Tuesday, September 20, 2022 - Friday, September 23, 2022
The leading trade fair for transport technology is thriving with its thirteenth edition in 2022. InnoTrans will occupy the entire exhibition grounds at Messe Berlin, including the new trade fair hall hub27.
The show will be held Sept 20-23, 2022, in Berlin, Germany, with the theme “the future of mobility in times of climate change.” Displays will be grouped in segments that include Railway Technology, Railway Infrastructure, Public Transport, Interiors, Tunnel Construction and the new Mobility+, which highlights supplementary mobility services.
This year on the Outdoor Display exhibitors are showing more than 100 vehicles, including some world innovations. Siemens Mobility and Deutsche Bahn are presenting the H2goesRail project and the Mireo Plus H, a new generation of fuel cell-powered trains. Stadler is taking part with seven vehicles this year. Tatravagónka, a goods wagon manufacturer from Slovakia, is planning to make a big appearance at InnoTrans with six vehicles supplementing its hall stand. Mention should also be made of the Ideenzug City (innovative train) – the light rail system of the future – by DB Regio with 12 theme worlds, automatically configurable seating and standing room, a flexible space concept, interactive windows and e-Scooter holders etc. Trade visitors can also look forward to presentations from Alstom, Siemens, Vossloh, Plasser & Theurer as well as numerous other exhibitors.
The North American office of InnoTrans, the biennial international rail industry event, is offering attendees from North America discounted tickets.
The discount InnoTrans is offering North American attendees represents a 60 percent reduction in regular ticket prices. Discounted tickets for all show days are EURO €30 (US$33.05) and include access to free public transportation during InnoTrans. To receive the discounted ticket code North Americans need to email [email protected]
For questions on attending or exhibiting at InnoTrans contact North American Representative
Mary Jo Balve