InnoTrans 2014 - JORSA Member Exhibitor's Guide

Here is our JORSA Members Exhitor's Guide!

Our 18 member companies will exhibit at InnoTrans 2014. There are 13 exhibitors joining in our JORSA Pavilion and the rest sets up a booth respectively . Apart from our JORSA membership, Tokyo Metro, a major Japanese subway operator, and the Railway Technical Research Institute (RTRI), an influential research center in Japan, will also exhibit in the same pavilion.

Through this guide book, you can find the latest information of 20 exhibitors above.
Please check this out, and come by the Hall 7.2a "JORSA JAPAN Pavilion" and other JORSA members boothes.

JORSA Member Exhibitor's Guide

Name List - InnoTrans 2014 -

  FUJI ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
  Hitachi, Ltd.
  JAPAN TRANSPORT ENGINEERING COMPANY
  Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd.
  The Kinki Sharyo Co., Ltd.
  KINTETSU RAILCAR ENGINEERING CO., LTD.
  Kyosan Electric Manufacturing Co., Ltd.
  Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
  Mitsui & Co. Plant Systems, Ltd.
  Nabtesco Corporation
  NIPPON SHARYO, LTD.
  The NIPPON SIGNAL CO., LTD.
  NIPPON STEEL & SUMITOMO METAL CORPORATION
  Taisei Techno Co., Ltd.
  TOSHIBA CORPORATION
  TOYO DENKI SEIZO K.K.
  Sumitomo Corporation
  YASHIMA&CO., LTD.
  Railway Technical Research Institute
  Tokyo Metro Co., Ltd.

For a full overview, please look at the following link.



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