From 8:30 am to 2:45 pm.
Introducing Heavy Haul Rail Indonesia’s Meeting Bureau - Heavy Haul Rail Indonesia 2013 offers a fantastic opportunity to meet key decision makers and rail industry representatives.
To further maximise your time out of the office, The ARA is pleased to launch its meeting bureau to enable delegates to hold business meetings with fellow delegates in designated meeting rooms, throughout the duration of the event. 30 minute timeslots are available and the meeting bureau will be set up in the registration area on the day for people wishing to schedule a time.
Heavy Haul Rail Indonesia 2013 has been developed by the Australasian Railway Association, in conjunction with Indonesia's sole rail operation Kereta API, to explore the significant opportunities for the global rail industry that exist off the back of Indonesia's growing coal trade. Meet key decision makers and rail industry representatives and hear the plans for Indonesia's heavy haul future. The demand for cheap energy alternatives from China and India has seen Indonesia's coal trade surge to become the world's largest exporter of thermal coal. The Indonesian government acknowledges the value of developing heavy haul railways, particularly in the Kalimantan region, in order for the mining industry to further prosper.
Key conference topics include:
The growth of Indonesia and transportation and logistics
Key government of Indonesia initiatives to develop mining and commodity-related railway and port infrastructure
Indonesia's outlook 2012-2020: The vision and future direction from the perspective of the Indonesian railway operator and the mining industry
Supply chain challenges specific to Indonesia's remote regions
What is in the Indonesian pipeline?
Land access and regulatory considerations
Options for financing Indonesia's future heavy haul rail infrastructure
Technical sessions in signalling, construction and rolling stock
Two day conference (15-16 May 2013): US$1695
Conference Dinner (15 May 2013): US$100
Table of 10 Dinner (15 May 2013): US$900