The third Rail Baltica Industry Day in 2023 took place online on November 8 with over 900 registered participants from the EU and beyond.
The agenda for the day covered everything from country-specific insights and procurement strategies to upcoming plans, advancements in railway sub-systems, and construction updates.
Participants included Catherine Trautmann, the European Coordinator for the North Sea-Baltic TEN-T Corridor, Kristen Michal, Minister of Climate of Estonia, Kaspars Briškens, Minister of Transport of Latvia, and Loreta Maskaliovienė, Deputy Minister of Transport and Communications of Lithuania.
Presentations featured key figures in the Rail Baltica delivery organizations, including Thierry Boussillon, Chief Programme Management Officer at RB Rail AS, the central coordinator of the project.
“Our vision,” Boussillon affirmed, “remains unchanged – this project will support the achievement of climate, sustainability, and safety goals. It is a clear catalyst for further development opportunities in this region and will improve the mobility of goods and passengers.”
The final segment of the Rail Baltica Industry Day 2023 focused on the project's interaction with the market and on procurement plans, as well as essential aspects of the procurement process.
You can catch up by watching the event on the Rail Baltica YouTube channel.