Close Networking Opportunities
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Meet Senior DecisIon Makers From:
- Rail Operators
- Metro Operators
- Rail Car Manufacturers
- Technology Providers
- Equipment and Spare parts Providers
With The Following Job Titles:
Directors/ Heads/ Managers of
- Customer Experience
- Rolling Stock
- Engineering contract
- Heavy Maintenance
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Agenda At A Glance
- How to decide if to buy new stock, renovate or lease
- Successful new stock procurement strategies
- Procurement contract sructures and documentation
- Meeting passengers expectations.
- Considering maintenance and spare parts during the procurement phase.
- Project management to stay in time and on budget
- Adapting people and processes to incorporate new rail technologies
- Ensuring your new fleet procurement strategy delivers value for money over the whole life cycle
- Real-world experiences on optimising servicing & supervision support for rolling stock refurbishment & life extension
- Midlife upgrades' due diligence pre-work
- Practical experiences evaluating the advantages & disadvantages of in house refurbishment work vs.outsourcing
- Specifying refurbished trains to meet passenger requirements & take advantage of new technology
- Optimising the entire tendering process for refurbishment & spare parts
- Managing electrical, mechanical & software obsolescence during the entire second life of trains
- Ensuring the supply chain is able to cost effectively deliver on refurbishments
- Setting up the supply chain to reduce the costs of overhauling components