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RSI: Railway Interchange is the place to see latest advancements

Written by Mischa Wanek-Libman, Editor, Railway Track & Structures; and Engineering Editor, Railway Age
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I am writing in hopes that you will join us and 600-plus exhibitors in Minneapolis for Railway Interchange 2015. This show is the place to learn about the latest technologies and advancements in the rail industry directly from the developers that created them and executives that are ready to explain and demonstrate their products.

Recognizing the importance of Railway Interchange, it is incumbent upon our customers (for RSI this includes Class I and short line railroad executives, railroad shippers and fellow suppliers) to support this important rail industry marketplace and send the key decision makers to Minneapolis. Railroaders are even invited to visit the exhibits for free.

A unique highlight to this year’s show will be our outdoor exhibits out at BNSF’s Northtown yard. The rail yard exhibits are a joint venture between RSI and REMSA and are held every four years. There you will find a rail yard full of the newest locomotives, freight cars, MOW equipment, and other products. It’s just a short shuttle ride from the Minneapolis Convention Center and we’ll be serving refreshments out there too. You can’t miss it.

The largest on track exhibit in North America combined with a sold out Minneapolis Convention Center and conference sessions by the Coordinated Mechanical Association and AREMA, makes Minneapolis the place to be for the railway supply industry and our customers.

I hope to see all of you there.

Tom Simpson
President, Railway Supply Institute

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