Numerous visitors, a high level of internationality and many business deals characterise InnoTrans, as do the broad market coverage and high innovation density. With 250 world premieres, the exhibitors presented more innovations than ever before. Trade visitors could expect to see 128 vehicles and exhibits on the track and outdoor areas.
Around 140,000 visitors from over 131 countries came to the world’s leading trade fair. 2,834 exhibitors from 56 countries, and amongst them also Linxon, were present.
“InnoTrans presented great opportunities for Linxon to showcase our rail portfolio and our presence globally. We could demonstrate our reference projects and our concept “from grid to vehicle” in front of customers, suppliers, partners and students. We were also able to demonstrate the clear value addition by Linxon as it is an EPC player in energy infrastructure market with large utilities”, said Yasir Shah, Global Sales Manager for Rail.
The event also gave good visibility to the Linxon brand with the open space booth showing digital features. Networking with industry leaders, decision makers and senior management was key feature during the event. One of the many highlights during the intense fair week was the visit of the Swiss Ambassador in Germany, Dr Paul Seger where he took a keen interest in our solutions offered in the rail segment.
Niklas Willemsen, Yasir Shah with guests from CAF Turnkey.