Moscow exhibition to showcase the latest in transport infrastructure construction.
TransCon 2014, the international exhibition for transport infrastructure construction, will take place in Moscow from 14 to 16 May 2014. The event will also have a new venue: the VVC All-Russia Exhibition Centre in the heart of Russia’s capital.
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Covering the latest technologies, products and services for the construction of transport infrastructure, this will be the sixth TransCon exhibition held in Moscow. It will build on the continuing success of this well established series of events – the most recent of these in March this year attracted some 2,000 senior decision-makers, transport specialists and industrialists.
TransCon 2014 coincides with massive investments being made in transport infrastructure across the Russian Federation, with new highways, airports, ports and railways planned to meet fast-growing demand for the movement of goods and people. In response, TransCon is expanding beyond its previous fields of roads and bridges to cover transport construction in all sectors.
Next year’s exhibition will embrace every aspect of designing and building transport infrastructure. It will also serve as a shop window for suppliers of the vast range of products and services needed for construction projects. Among visitors to the show will be policy-makers, representatives of transport authorities and private sector firms, providing a unique marketing opportunity for companies taking part.
Organisations supporting TransCon 2014 include the Federal Ministry of Transport, the Transport Committee of the State Duma, the Government of Moscow and the International Transport Academy.
TransCon 2014 will take place alongside two closely related shows: Expotraffic 2014, the international exhibition for road traffic management and highways operation; and INTERtunnel 2014, covering technologies and products for constructing and equipping tunnels and underground spaces. Visitors will be able to move freely between all three exhibitions.
The 6th Transport Congress will also be staged at the VVC alongside these three exhibitions. This will feature a plenary session reviewing key issues relating to the transport strategy of the Russian Federation and round table sessions on the development of the country’s transport infrastructure.
All three events are organised by Restec Brooks Exhibitions, a joint venture of Mack Brooks Exhibitions Ltd in the United Kingdom and the St Petersburg-based Restec Exhibition Company. Restec Brooks Exhibitions is also the organiser of the successful Exporail rail technology events which take place regularly in Moscow.