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AusRAIL PLUS 2009
Adelaide, Australia - 17-19 November 2009
Exhibition / trade show

AusRAIL is the largest annual rail event in 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.

AusRAIL PLUS, a major exhibition with a networking drinks function, 3-day conference, the RTAA’s Yellow Tie Dinner and the Gala Dinner. At the next AusRAIL PLUS in 2009, the program will feature an extended social itinerary with a golf day and wine tours to South Australia’s renowned wine region.

Date(s):
17-19 November 2009

Venue:
Adelaide Convention Centre

Contact for booking / more info:
Sponsorship and exhibition enquiries: Deborah Bocock on (+61 2) 9080 4348 Email: Deborah.bocock@informa.com.au Conference programme enquiries: Loic Beuzit on (+61 2) 9080 4309 Email: Loic.beuzit@informa.com.au Marketing and promotion enquiries: Katy Henson on (+61 2) 9080 4334 Email: Katy.henson@informa.com.au Media and press enquiries: Nigel Dique on (+61 2) 9080 4108 Email: nigel.dique@informa.com.au General enquiries and conference registration: Customer Services on (+61 2) 9080 4307 Email: registration@informa.com.au
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