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Buyers announced for RIN York

Rail Infrastructure Networking (RIN) has today announced its panel for the Meet the Buyer (MTB) event at RIN York.

The RIN team have added MTB to the RIN York schedule following huge demand after the success of the MTB event at RIN Derby last month.

The event is being held next month at York Racecourse on Thursday, 17th November and exhibitor and visitor booking are now open.


The MTB event provides an exclusive platform for RIN exhibitors to meet face to face with some of the biggest rail buyers in the UK during pre-arranged 15-20 minute procurement appointments.

Applications are now open to meet with and showcase your products and services to:

RIN was created and developed by Jobson James Rail – the UK market leader in insurance and contractual advice for railway companies – events are held three times per year in London, York and Derby.

Watch the RIN Derby 2022 video and see for yourself the opportunities on offer at RIN:

Antoinette Stevenson, marketing manager at Jobson James Rail said: “We decided to add MTB to our York event following the success of the procurement meetings held at RIN Derby.

“We are delighted to welcome back our panel of buyers and advisors and to introduce Nick Hughes from Story Contracting, who will be joining us on the MTB panel for the first time.

“The success of Rail Infrastructure Networking events is clearly down to the industry professionals and companies who support it.

“Meet the Buyer York would not be possible without the enthusiasm and commitment of our panel of buyers. 

“We are extremely grateful to them for the proactive and positive support they offer to RIN and to the Rail Infrastructure supply chain.”

The exclusive MTB event is only available to RIN exhibitors. Click here to apply for your MTB meeting.

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