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First Rail Director of 2022 is on its way

The first Rail Director of the year is on its way to industry leaders and subscribers filled with exclusive interviews with the people driving the sector forward.

Hard copies will be landing at the homes of the decision makers and influencers in the coming days. You can join them in receiving the magazine first by signing up for your own personal copy here.

This month features Labour’s Shadow Minister for the Railways, Tan Dhesi, who talks about holding the government to account after what he calls its ‘betrayal’ of the north.

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His interview is alongside features with Merseyrail’s chief operating officer Zoe Hands, Alstom’s UK&I managing director Nick Crossfield, Great British Railways Transition Team’s lead director Anit Chandarana, and the new chair of Women in Rail Christine Fernandes.

David McLoughlin, chief executive of the Business Daily Group, said: “As we arrive in 2022 full of optimism and excitement about what is to come in the months ahead, the latest Rail Director covers some of the issues that will shape the railways of the future.

“I’d like to thank everyone who has contributed to the latest edition, from those who have taken their time to share their story, to the organisations who have used our magazine as a platform to showcase their products and services.

“The success of our publication relies from your support and from the feedback I’m receiving the publicity in our magazines is helping organisations get business.”

Those receiving the magazine will also get to read interviews with Munir Patel, Andrew Went and Neil Walker who are discussing the Railway Industry Association’s Exports Leadership Group, as well as a look at the huge amount of work carried out by Network Rail and its supply chain during the festive period.

Ahead of its arrival, here’s an exclusive look at the front page:

Chris Wiles, who leads the RBD Publications team, said: “We are carrying on where we left off in 2021 with the arrival of the latest instalment of our Rail Director series.

“We’ve had a fantastic 12 months and after a Christmas break we are all eager to crack on supporting rail organisations, ensuring their products and services are seen by the decision makers and influencers of the sector.

“We hope you enjoy the latest magazine. Please get in touch with my team if you’d like to feature in February’s edition.”

Click here to subscribe to Rail Director magazine – all the latest industry news and business-leading analysis and views delivered directly to your door.

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