Andrew Scott-Green is the new Department for International Trade contact for rail covering the East and West Midlands.

Andrew Scott-Green BSc MBA C.Eng MRAeS FIET
International Trade Advisor & Rail Sector Specialist

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How can I help you?

The Department of International Trade exists to help UK companies export. That ranges from those looking to export for the first time to more experienced exporters seeking to increase their overseas sales or enter new markets. We work with product and service companies , large or small, regardless of their sector.

The export journey can take many different paths. To help you on that journey an International Trade Advisor can help you. I am an ITA specialising in the rail sector as previously I have worked in rail developing signalling and train control products and then delivering projects using those products in Finland, Norway and Taiwan.  I can help signpost all the services available to you from DIT and use my experience and network and those of my numerous DIT colleagues to assist your journey.

DIT services include networking events, seminars, webcasts, market visits, meet the buyer and 1:1 support in many areas. Please do get in touch so can have a talk to an ITA to see how we can help. When in industry I used many of the DIT services that helped us win some very substantial contracts.

Example of services we have that most will use are:

Risk guides

Country reports

Export opportunity alerts

Why Export ?

The top reasons why companies tell us the export are:

1 – More customers

2 – Increased profitability

3 – Faster growth

4 – More innovation

5 – Greater resilience

Did you know?

Since 2010 exports have grown by 39.6%

Export of goods increased by 13.4% in 2017

For the latest Export update on events, click here:
Rail Suppliers are invited to sign up to exhibit on a Railway Industry Association (RIA) arranged UK Pavilion at AusRail PLUS 2019, which has the support of 12 Department for International Trade (DIT) Tradeshow Access Programme (TAP) grants worth £2000 per UK SME company. See attached for further information including costs, available SME grants, a links to the concept stand design and the floorplan of the exhibition. The UK Pavilion will be located on stand number 95, directly in front of the main visitor’s entrance, in what is expected to be a sold-out and popular event.