The Rolling Stock Forum will provide you with a focused guide to meeting rolling stock needs, changing requirements and how rail reform will affect rolling stock and future procurement.  Attend to hear the latest delivery timelines of the Williams-Shapps Plan for Rail and critical insight on what this means for investment opportunities, financial risks and where responsibilities will lie moving forwards.

The event will provide expert practical guidance on how to refurbish existing fleets and introduce new trains into service. The day will also explore rolling stock’s role in meeting decarbonisation targets, the progress with new types of fuels, and how technological advances and developments in rolling stock can drive digitalisation of the industry.


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Highlights of attending

  • Understand the plans for reform and what the role of Great British Railways will be with rolling stock – considering what this means for the industry and future financing and procurement

  • Receive practical insight on how to manage the procurement process – from evaluating the cost effectiveness of refurbishment to ensuring fleet sustainability and reliability  

  • Hear lessons on how to introduce new fleet into services – overcoming obstacles to prevent delays

  • Explore the advances with alternatives to diesel as a fuel – understanding what the options are, and how these need to be implemented, to meet decarbonisation targets

  • Consider the advancements in technology and digitalisation and what these mean for rolling stock – what technology is now required and how to future proof new fleet


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Venue details

The event is due to take place at:

Clifford Chance, 10 Upper Bank Street, London, E14 5JJ.

We continue to follow the latest COVID-19 regulations and guidelines.  We will be taking precautions at our events to ensure they are Covid-Secure and will update on these measures regularly.  Our primary priority is always the health and safety of our delegates, speakers, sponsors and colleagues.  While the event is due to have the option to take place in person, depending on circumstances closer to the event this could be subject to change. 

To keep all our attendees safe, we have implemented several important measures to reassure and protect everyone who attends Rolling Stock Forum.

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