Infra Talk Launched by RFM

Rail Forum Midlands are delighted to a launch their brand-new infrastructure networking event ‘Infra Talk’, which is taking place virtually on 21st January 2021, 9.00 – 12.00.

Orientated around a series of tables hosted by tier 1 suppliers, delegates move around the event freely, and speak directly with procurement, commercial and project representatives for 16 major companies as well as end clients including Network Rail and HS2.

  • Align JV
  • Amco-Giffen
  • Balfour Beatty Rail Services
  • Colas Rail
  • Keolis Amey Docklands
  • Quinn Infrastructure
  • Babcock International
  • XYZ Rail
  • Story Contracting
  • Alstom
  • BAM Nuttall
  • Amey
  • Skanska
  • Costain
  • Siemens

“We are really excited about this event.  Yes it’s virtual, but it’s a world away from conference and webinars and its very focus is on the type of conversations you may have at major exhibitions or industry dinners.” reports Cat Appleby, Membership Manager.  “Short sharp discussions on a fantastically visual platform that allows users to very easily and quickly navigate around, with the added bonus of not having to manage the awkwardness of tapping someone on the shoulder!”

Rail Forum Midlands members can register for free and have up to three places at the event.  For non-members, there is a maximum of one place per company and a small charge.

For more information and to register for places, visit:


 For further information contact

Elaine Clark      


About Rail Forum Midlands (RFM)

Rail Forum Midlands (RFM) is the only regionally focussed rail trade organisation in the UK. Supporting the nationally and internationally important rail supply chain cluster across the Midlands RFM has over 220 members providing products and services across all aspects of the industry. RFM actively supports the national rail agenda and strategy, encouraging collaboration, promoting members’ capabilities, leading a number of regional skills initiatives

and supporting innovation and export priorities. RFM is owned and governed by its members with a Board drawn from member companies.


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