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D2 Rail Exhibits at Railtex

D2 Rail is delighted to have been part of Railtex – a UK Rail Industry Exhibition – giving us the opportunity to showcase our fresh new brand and service offerings for the rail industry.

As a Programme Controls company specialising in Planning, Information Management, BIM and Visualisations, D2 Rail’s premium stand, provided opportunities to engage with key members of staff such as Managing Director – David Diesbergen, Planning Director – Simon Blair, Programme Information Manager – Sarah Barnes and BIM Manager – Ashley Williams.

We also gave prospective customers the opportunity to get involved with our touch screen interactive capabilities – highlighting the very latest in project planning techniques including 4D animation.

It was a fantastic few days and the chance to catch up with some of our existing clients as well as some engaging new prospects.

It is an exciting time at D2 Rail, as we focus on planning your vision and delivering your promise.

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