Fire Protection of Rolling Stock 2022
We are ecstatic to inform you the 18th Annual Fire Protection of Rolling Stock conference will be returning for 2022. Building on several years of success, this conference brings together key global rolling stock operators and manufacturers along with leading component and material suppliers for 2 days of shared insight across the biggest challenges and opportunities in the sector.
With key talks and discussions from the likes of Transport for London, Hitachi, and SNCF we'll be covering both technical and strategic innovations impacting rolling stock and will explore what more can be done to improve day-to-day processes and maintenance under the current standards.
Attendees will discover key regulatory updates, emerging rail developments across the globe, and technology advancing the industry, gaining new ideas and inspiration to take back to their organisations to improve overall safety.
It’s an unmissable chance to connect with Europe’s fire safety leaders and explore how the industry can continue to strive for better fire safety both now and in the future, so we look forward to seeing you there!
What to Expect for 2022?
The 18th Fire Protection of Rolling Stock conference is the unrivalled meeting covering safety, maintenance, innovation, and regulation in the rolling stock sector for Europe and beyond
Exhibitors to meet each year
Attendees at Director+ level
Hear expert insight from industry leaders
Connect with new partners and explore innovative solutions
Connect with familiar faces and form new relationships
- We are fast -first samples in 14 days.
- We are flexible -customized seals accordingly customer´s needs.
- We are reliable - V.A.V. Group has the highest credit rating of AAA and quality system according to ISO 9001:2015.
To enquire about sponsorship opportunities for the conference, please contact:
Head of Business Development
T: +44 207 936 6552
The 2021 programme is written in collaboration with industry, if you would have a case study, idea or just a comment, please contact: