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Miller Felpax to Exhibit Locomotive Rail Parts at InnoTrans, Berlin Convention
Miller Felpax will participate in the ninth annual InnoTrans Convention in Berlin (Hall 20, Booth 104). InnoTrans is the world’s leading business meeting place for transport technology.
By: Miller Felpax Corporation
A total of 2,243 exhibitors from 45 countries presented their innovative products and services at InnoTrans 2010. The 103,295 trade visitors came to Berlin from more than 100 countries. With a large number of reference projects and over 220 transport technology firms, Berlin is the main focus of Germany's transport engineering industry and an ideal venue for InnoTrans, an international platform for buyers and sellers of passenger and freight transport technology. InnoTrans has become established as an international industry showplace focusing on Railway Technology. A full range of rail vehicles are presented in static displays on the Messe Berlin tracks located outside the exhibition halls.
“This is Miller Felpax’s second year at the event and we to showcase a host of new initiatives. InnoTrans 2012 is a significant trade show that emphasizes, and promotes advancement within the transportation industry,” said Keith Gilbert, Vice President Marketing & Sales for Canada, Europe, Middle East and Africa. “The convention presents Miller Felpax with an excellent opportunity in which to network directly with industry customers, suppliers, and experts; highlighting our wide range of capabilities and locomotive solutions such as locomotive truck parts, locomotive combo parts and locomotive gearcase seals.”
About Miller Felpax (http://www.millerfelpax.com)
Miller Felpax Corporation has designed and manufactured locomotive, rail car, traction motor, bogie, truck, combo and gearcase parts, used in over 100 countries, for over 60 years. The company has been awarded over 240 patents for rail component innovations, cementing its reputation as a rail industry technology leader. The Corporation was founded in 1933 and is based in Winona, Minnesota.