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The International Association of Railway Operating Officers (IAROO) “provides its members with the latest operating and technical information that drives superior railroad management now and in the future.” IAROO’s 2019 program includes railroad technology trends: opportunities and challenges; a PTC implementation update, transportation security and NTSB’s Most Wanted List.
Among the IAROO sessions:
Simmons-Boardman Rail Group, publisher of Railway Age, Railway Track & Structures (RT&S) and International Railway Journal (IRJ), is the official media partner for Railway Interchange 2019. We will provide exclusive news coverage of the event, in addition to offering digital opportunities for exhibitors and sponsors to raise their companies’ profile with conference attendees. Digital opportunities available include an exclusive Railway Interchange channel sponsorship on RailwayAge.com, newsletter banners, dedicated email campaigns, branded video content, and a webinar sponsorship.
“This media marketing partnership between Railway Interchange 2019 and Simmons-Boardman’s rail publications will provide expanded coverage of Railway Interchange technical and educational sessions, as well as the innovative products and services that will be showcased at the indoor and outdoor exhibition,” says AREMA Executive Director and CEO Elizabeth S. Caruso. “We look forward to working with these leading U.S. and international rail publications to promote our world-class rail conference.”
“Railway Age, RT&S and IRJ are honored to be named the official media partners for Railway Interchange,” says Group Publisher Jonathan Chalon. “In addition to supporting the event through digital marketing, the September issues of Railway Age and RT&S will feature exclusive coverage for our subscribers and social media content for our followers.” Companies seeking information about digital advertising opportunities may contact Chalon at Jchalon@sbpub.com.
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