The rail industry is large, complex and political and will undergo significant change over the coming years following the recommendations made in the Williams-Shapps Plan for Rail published in May 2021. Rail Forum membership can help navigate the changing landscape by providing access to a vast network of industry services, events and contacts.
Who should join us?
We are delighted to talk with prospective members who are already active in the rail sector.
For those that are new to the sector, we look forward to discussing what your unique offer is to the sector. Key areas of interest are decarbonisation, lightweighting, composites, digitalisation, cost reductions/cost efficiencies and innovation.
Join us today by completing our online form.
The Rail Forum offers a range of value for money membership options to suit every budget and provide excellent promotional opportunities.
Have a look at our guide to choosing the right membership for you Membership Options 2021-2022
You can also find out more with our handy short video summaries:
For membership enquiries and pricing please contact Cat email@example.com.
When looking at becoming members of industry organisations, there was no question in our minds about joining RFM. They instantly appeared to be an organisation with it’s members at the heart of what they do and this has proven to be the case. They are proactive in establishing a relationship with their members as well as adding value and supporting you where they can, this is an excellent service. Anturas joined to help increase our market presence, the networking opportunities RFM presents are invaluable in supporting this as well as other profile raising activities they offer.
Cath Leech, Managing Director, Anturas
Being fairly new suppliers to the Rail Sector, we felt that RFM would not only able to offer us access to the “right people” within the industry, both customers and other SME’s, who we now collaborate closely with, but also offer an invaluable insight into the needs of the Rail sector for both current and future requirements through extremely well organised and varied networking and events programmes. The collective knowledge of the RFM team is second to none and has been a valuable source of information for us, from supplier engagement activities to access to regional and national funding for our R&D work.
Heather Forster, Rail Accounts Manager, Nubold Group