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METRO CHINA 2013, spreading over 22,000m2 of exhibition space, was held successfully at China International Exhibition Center, Beijing, between 19th -22nd of November, 2013. The exhibition attracted over 210 exhibitors from 13 countries, 47% of which represented Canada, Germany, France, Switzerland, Holland, Japan, the USA, Austria, Sweden, Czech, the UK, and Italy, and the rest from China. The four-day exhibition saw more than 22,000 trade visitors.

 

METRO CHINA 2013 covered a broad range of exhibit profile, from vehicles to signaling, braking, monitoring, door and air-conditioning systems, to serve the industry’s all sectors, operation, construction, equipment manufacturing, engineering design, consultancy and supervision.

 

Nine conferences and seminars were held during the exhibition for some 2,000 delegates to exchange views on the different subjects concerning urban rail transit, including Domestic Low-Floor Vehicles, CBTC, Urban Rail Vehicles, Comprehensive Monitoring Systems, Vibration and Noise Reduction, and Sustainable China-Sweden Rail Development.

 

More than 30 conventional media, to name a few, BTV, Beijing Communications Radio, People’s Daily Overseas Edition, Science and Technology Daily, Beijing Daily, Beijing Morning Post and Beijing Evening News and People's Railway Daily, together with 10-plus cyber media, including http://www.people.com.cn, http://www.sina.com.cn and http://www.sohu.com, extensively reported on METRO CHINA 2013.


•Display of Real Vehicles

One of the highlights of METRO CHINA 2013 was the outdoor display of low-floor and other vehicles for metro, inter-city and engineering provided by CSR, CNR and Beijing Metro, overshadowing similar shows in China in terms of the number, type and cutting edge of the displayed vehicles.


•Experiencing CRH6 Inter-city Train

Another highlight was experiencing CRH 6 train, sponsored by CARS and CSR. Some 40 lucky rail technical personnel and fans experienced the state-of-the-art technology and comfort of CRH 6 inter-city train on the testing line of CARS in the suburban east of Beijing, being the first of its kind associated with the exhibition.