Rail Companies Large and Small Converge at Derby Arena this Thursday, 4th July at RSN 2024

We look forward to welcoming you all to Rolling Stock Networking, an international exhibition focused on Passenger and Freight Rolling Stock, Technical Enhancements, Depot Equipment, Ancillary Services and the Railway Supply Chain.

We are delighted to report that RSN 2024 sold out five months before the show date and that our later 2025 edition on 3rd July 2025 is already building a head of steam ! The show has attracted the great and good with new train builders, train maintainers, systems integrators and depot equipment suppliers all taking their places, as anticipation builds for a great day of exhibiting and networking.

With CAF, Stadler and HS2 all taking stands within the hall and Alstom, Porterbrook, Hitachi Rail, Keolis Amey Docklands, WH Davis and Clayton Equipment all supporting the MTB with key new builders sending many additional team members as visitors, the show offers an unrivalled opportunity to network.

As well as the exhibition – and the conference and Meet the Buyer sessions – it is, of course, the networking that attracts so many visitors. With record numbers expected through the doors in six hours, it will be almost impossible to move around the exhibition floor without bumping into someone you know, or somebody you should.

Meeting people on stands, at the coffee bar or in the aisles is an important part of the RSN experience. Having friends and colleagues introduce their friends and colleagues is what this networking event is all about. So, bring a notepad, plenty of business cards (ignore people who say that cards are old hat – they aren’t!) and get networking!

The show will always be free to attend, but offers the quality of content normally only seen at events that charge delegate fees. It is our mission to bring the lowest cost exhibiting opportunities to the market, enabling everyone in the rail industy to take part in the show, leading to the (new for 2024) Enterprise Zone.

We firmly believe that unlike any other show, RSN offers a community feel for the rail industry, where visitors and exhibitors are enthused by the buzz the event provides and the relaxed but efficient networking experience.

RSN is the place where contacts are made, relationships are built and business is done. RSN now in its 5th edition, is a day well spent and is firmly established in the railway calendar.