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08.04.16

Changing of the guard: Roy Freeland to speak on behalf of RSG at Infrarail

Infrarail 2016 have announced the new speaker for the Rail Supply Group (RSG) at next week’s event, with Perpetuum’s Roy Freeland replacing Alstom’s former UK president.

Roy Freeland, SME lead for the RSG Council, will appear at the railway infrastructure exhibition in the seminar ‘Fast Track to the Future: A strategy for productivity and growth in the UK Rail Supply Chain’ at 12.50 on 13 April.

Freeland, who is president of Perpetuum Ltd, will be replacing replace Terence Watson after the latter’s resignation as Alstom’s country president for the UK and co-chair of the RSG. He will also take Watson’s place at RTM’s own Supply Chain Engagement session at 14.00 on the same day.

RTM will be providing full coverage of Infrarail.

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