RailTech Belgium 2023

6-7 June 2023 in Brussels


RailTech Belgium 2023 consists of a dynamic two-day programme. The first day of the event, 6 June, is fully focused on networking. While on the second day, 7 June, the exhibition is open: A one-day pop-up exhibition that is accompanied by workshops on the exhibition floor, as well as a separate high-level conference programme, focused on local problems, opportunities and chances. You can read more about the elements and programme of RailTech Belgium below.

The preliminary programme outline looks as follows:

6 June
18:00-22:00 Networking dinner

7 June
10:00-18:00 Pop-up exhibition
09:00-12:00 Conference: Connecting the Ports
13:00-16:00 Conference: System integration, a big opportunity for Belgium
11:00-15:00 Workshops on the exhibition floor
16:00-18:00 Networking drinks on the exhibition floor

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Networking dinner

RailTech Belgium officially kicks off with a networking evening dinner on the evening of 6 June. The dinner is open for exhibitors, partners, visitors and conference delegates, however, a separate registration will be required to participate.

Networking dinner will take place on 6 June from 18:00-22:00


The pop-up exhibition will be open for one day only, on 7 June. On the exhibition floor, our exhibitors will showcase their newest innovations and technologies to the visitors. The exhibition is free to visit. Next to exhibitors, you will find free to attend workshops on the exhibition floor to gain new knowledge on various topics and make new contacts.

The exhibition will finish off with networking drinks for all visitors, conference delegates, exhibitors and partners to get together in a casual setting.

The exhibition is open on 7 June from 10:00-18:00.


The high-level conference is a separate part of RailTech Belgium. On 7 June, two separate half-day conferences will take place on two different topics:

The morning conference from 09:00-12:00 will focus on Connecting the Ports: How to accelerate the modal shift from road to rail for freight transport from the Port of Antwerp-Bruges? Is the European Green Deal too ambitious? How should ports and rail adapt their strategy in the face of rising energy costs? Is the Port of Antwerp-Bruges squeezed between Infrabel’s long-term plan and the Port of Rotterdam’s ambitions? How to reorganise your business given the war in Ukraine?

The afternoon conference from 13:00-16:00 will focus on System integration, a big opportunity for Belgium. Shared data for ports and rail: A utopia?

Do you have suggestions for topics to be discussed at the conference? You can send us your abstract here.

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