EMEL Power Ltd confirmed as headline sponsor for the first SEE UK Rail Summit 2021

The Rail Alliance, in partnership with the Birmingham Centre for Railway Research and Education (BCRRE) and Rail Cluster for South East Europe is delighted to announce the headline sponsor, EMEL Power Ltd for the first  Virtual South-East Europe and UK Rail Summit 2021 taking place on 18th  May 2021.

EMEL Power Ltd brings together two proven businesses, Emico Ltd and Elnos Group, known for the execution and delivery of complex rail and power installations across Europe: Emico Ltd is a UK based rail mechanical, electrical, fire and communications engineering infrastructure business, specialising in rail station and depot upgrades working in live environments; Elnos Group is a South East Europe based business operating across Europe specialising in HV electrical engineering, power plants, transmission lines, overhead contact lines and other electrical infrastructure.

Rail Alliance at BCRRE is delighted to have EMEL Power Ltd on board as the event itself will focus on the opportunities for the rail supply industry following plans for major infrastructure investment and improvements in the SEE region and the UK over the next decade. This Rail Summit of 2021 will bring together leading actors from the rail supply industries of the South East Europe region and the UK, with policy-makers, government officials, influencers and key rail stakeholders providing valuable insight on future developments.  

David Perrotton, Group Strategy Director at Emico Limited says, “EMEL Power Ltd is proud to be a sponsor of the Virtual South-East Europe and UK Rail Summit 2021. We believe that this alliance of two great companies will bring a greater offering into wider markets and will benefit both companies and clients across Europe. EMEL Power Ltd will always seek to create a partnership with clients, to look for added value and work towards achieving better outcomes and longevity of repeat business.” 

Discussions and themes to be explored on the day will include trade relations between the SEE region countries and the UK, rail opportunities across the SEE region countries and the UK, trade missions between the SEE regions and the UK and live Q&A on rail research and innovation. A fitting agenda for Emel Power Ltd and those interested in strengthening the rail supply chain. 

Alex Burrows, Director of The Rail Alliance says, “I am really pleased to welcome EMEL as our headline sponsor for the first ever South East Europe UK Rail Summit later this month.  Their partnership approach and aspirations match our own in seeking to build stronger links between the rail supply industries across the South East Europe region with its UK counterpart.  The Rail Alliance and our European rail cluster counterpart, RCSEE, have been working together for several years and I am delighted to see our collaboration taking effect.”

Dragoljub Rajic, Director of the Rail Cluster for South East Europe says, “EMEL support is a significant incentive in further work of the RCSEE and Rail Alliance on tighter connections of the companies from the UK and Southeast Europe. Both markets (the UK and SEE region) currently characterized by a high level of investment in railway and a lot of new business opportunities emerging. UKK/SEE Region Rail Summit aims to better acquaint companies with the business undertaking in the field and discovering of potential business partners for joint venture and consortium approach to the markets or singular placement of product and services.” 

This one-day event will incorporate a series of webinars and opportunities to ask your questions.
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About EMEL Power Limited
EMEL Power Ltd brings together two proven businesses, Emico Ltd and Elnos Group, known for the execution and delivery of complex rail and power installations across Europe: Emico Ltd is a UK based rail mechanical, electrical, fire and communications engineering infrastructure business, specialising in rail station and depot upgrades working in live environments; Elnos Group is a South East Europe based business operating across Europe specialising in HV electrical engineering, power plants, transmission lines, overhead contact lines and other electrical infrastructure.

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About the Birmingham Centre for Railway Research and Education  
BCRRE, is Europe’s largest academic-based group delivering railway science and education. With over 145 academics, researchers and professional support staff, BCRRE provides world-class research and thought leadership within railways, and offers an expanding portfolio of high-quality education programmes, including Rail and Rail Systems Level 6 and 7 degree apprenticeships. In 2018 BCRRE became lead partner in the £92m UK Rail Research and Innovation Network (UKRRIN) and in 2019, it absorbed the activities of the Rail Alliance into its offering, increasing its breadth of support for innovation and growth in the rail industry. Contact: BCRRE at railway@contacts.bham.ac.uk.For media enquiries please contact Beck Lockwood, Press Office, University of Birmingham, tel: +44 (0)781 3343348.

About the Rail Alliance
As, the rail sectors largest dedicated B2B networking organisation, the Rail Alliance is all about bringing customers, suppliers and supply chain opportunities together. A membership organisation sits at the very heart of the rail supply chain and has evolved as a leading representative of the UK rail supply chain community. Its broad spectrum of membership extends way beyond rail and positions the Rail Alliance as the go-to membership organisation for Business-to-Business diversity, ingenuity and innovation.

About the Rail Cluster for South-East Europe
Rail Cluster SEE gathers companies from railway industry, institutes and faculties from the 7 South-East Europe countries striving for modernization and revitalization of the railway network in this part of Europe. The main focus of RCSEE is B2B networking and project work with regional and European partners with special emphasis to the constant improvement of technologies and education of HR in the field of railways in accordance with the requirements of the railway of the 21st century.

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