Indian Railways Sourcing Week 10-11-12 February 2021

Join India's Leading Sourcing and Vendor Development Platform for Indian Railways


3 Days

6 E-Sessions

Over 30 Speakers

Q/A Sessions

Confirmed Speakers

Themes In Focus

  • Opportunities for MSMEs in Public Private Partnership model
  • Expansion plans of Indian Railways - National Rail plan 2030
  • Procurement policies & Vendor registration & procedures for MSMEs
  • Emerging opportunities in Supply Chain in Railway equipment’s manufacturing
  • Opportunities for MSMEs in collaboration with Global MNCs
  • Technology Transfer & collaboration opportunities

Key Speakers & Presenters

Session Theme / Focus Sectors Speakers / Presentations form
Public Private Partnerships Railway Board, NITI Aayog, DOC, NHSRCL etc
Locomotive Manufacturing CLW, BHEL, DLW, DLMW, ELF etc
Rail Coaches, wheel and equipment manufacturing RCF, ICF, MCF, RWF, BEML etc
Indian Rail Infrastructure RVNL, IRCON, RITES, DFCCIL etc
Make in India & International Sourcing Opportunities GE, ALSTOM, Bombardier, Hyndai Rotem etc
3 Day Programme
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3

Session I:@ 11:00 am

Inaugural Session - Indian Railways Sourcing Week

Speakers :
  • 1.Dr Anup Wadhawan, Commerce Secretary, Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India
  • 2. Mr Talleen Kumar, CEO, Government e-Marketplace (GeM)

Session III:@ 11:00 am

Sourcing and Vendor development opportunities in Locomotive Manufacturing

Speakers :
  • 1. Mr Shyamadhar Ram, , Chief Works Manager, Gloden Rock Railway Workshop, Trichy
  • 2. Ms Anjali Goyal, General Manager, Banaras Locomotive Works, Banaras
  • 3. Mr Jawahar Lal, Chief Mech. Engg. (PCM-II), Centre Organization for Modernization of Railway Workshop (COFMOW)
  • 4. Representative from Diesel Locomotive Works

Session V:@ 11:00 am

Sourcing Opportunities in Indian Rail Infrastructure

Speakers :
  • 1. Mr. Pramod Kumar Safi, GGM/Stores, DFCCIL
  • 2. Mr. Arun Vernekar, GM, IRCON
  • 3. Mr. D K Srivastava, CEE/MP (Electrical), Central Organisation for Railway Electrification (CORE)

Session II:@ 03:00 pm

Indian Railways: Building AatmaNirbhar Bharat in Indian Railways through PPP Model

Speakers :
  • 1. Mr. S.K.Singh, ED/Research, RDSO
  • 2. Mr. R. K. Singh, Director/Project & Planning, Indian Railway Stations Development Corporation
  • 3. Mr Naveen Agrawal, Executive Director - Business Development, Rail Land Development Authority (RLDA)
Presentations :

Session IV:@ 03:00 pm

Sourcing and Vendor development opportunities in Indian Rail Coaches, wheel and equipment manufacturing

Speakers :
  • 1. Mr. Nitin Dhimole, PCMM, ICF
  • 2. Mr. C.V.Raman, PCMM, Rail Coach Factory, Kapurthala
  • 3. Mr.R.K. Sinha, Principal Chief Materials Manager, RWF, Bangalore
  • 4. Mr.Shantanu Roy, Executive Director, BEML

Session VI:@ 03:00 pm

Make in India: Manufacturing Opportunities in Railways

Speakers :
  • 1. Mr. Sandeep Fuller, COO - Transit & Propulsion, Titagarh Wagons Ltd
  • 2. Mr. Asif Basha, Executive Director (Operations), Wabtec Corporation

Discount Scheme for Participation in two or more paid sessions

  • Inaugural Session (Session I) & Session II are Free.
  • Session III, IV, V, VI are chargable at INR 1200/- (plus GST 18%) per session.
  • The registration for Inaugural Session (Session I) & Session II are complimentary
Charges (INR)
Any two paid sessions 2200 The registration for Inaugural Session (Session I) & Session II are complimentary
Any three paid sessions 3000
All four paid sessions 3600
Click here to Register

Indian Railways in News

Sponsorship Opportunities

Sr no. Particulars of Sponsorship benefits Gold sponsor Silver sponsor Logo support
1 Web banner of the company will be hosted on the microsite of the event. The web banner will be hyperlinked to the company website. Yes No No
2 A video Loop of 30 seconds of the company film to be played during Session III, IV, V & VI of the event. Yes No No
3 Extensive publicity on EEPC India Social Media handles. Yes Yes No
4 Advertisement of the company to be included in the digital version of the monthly magazine of EEPC India - ie2 - Indian Engineering Exports with the circulation of more than 13000. Yes Yes No
5 E-Brochure of the company will be shared with all the registered participants of the session. Yes Yes No
6 Company E-Brochure will be added in 'Sponsor/Logo support' section with hyperlinks. Yes Yes No
7 Company Logo will be added in 'Sponsor/Logo support' section with hyperlinks. Yes Yes Yes
8 Acknowledgment of the company as “Gold/Silver Sponsor” or Logo support for the event in all the publicity and promotional material related to the event including brochures, micro site, HTMLer, advertisement etc. Yes Yes Yes
9 Acknowledgment of the company as Gold/Silver Sponsor or Logo support in the Post-Show report of the event. Yes Yes Yes
10 Number of Complimentary entry to delegates from the company to all the sessions. 7 5 3
Sponsorship Charges
GST@18% applicable under Reverse Charge Mechanism (RCM)
Sponsorship Details

Why Indian Railways is a major sourcing opportunity for MSMEs?

  • The conversion of rail network that depends entirely on only 2 types of train speed, 160 km/hr & high-speed network of 320 km/hr for green field projects, has already begun.
  • Seven high speed rail corridors are planned under PPP mode
  • The entire network is planned to be electrified by 2025.
  • 50 key routes under study to introduce private trains
  • 90 stations have been selected for redevelopment as world class transit hubs
  • The dedicated freight corridor (DFC) of total 1504 kms, is one of the largest railway infrastructure project undertaken by the government at an overall cost is Rs 81,459 crore (US $11.14 Billion)
  • Railways plans to develop station infrastructure & introduce electronic signalling by investing approx. US$9.5 billion, to enable automation in running & improve frequency

About Indian Railways

Indian Railways

(Lifeline to the Nation)

Today Indian Railways is witnessing unprecedented passenger as well as freight demand. Owing to this, the Government is working on bringing massive modernization and capacity augmentation with substantial investments. Therefore, the Indian Railways have embarked on engaging more with technology & leveraging public-private partnerships model as adopted in advanced nations, with plans to invest over half a trillion dollars in making Indian Railways a world-class transportation system.

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About EEPC India

  • EEPC India is the premier trade and investment promotion organisation in India.
  • It is sponsored by the Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India, and caters to the Indian engineering sector.
  • Set up in 1955, EEPC India now has a membership base of over 13,000 out of whom 60% are SMEs.
  • To ensure competitiveness of the Indian engineering sector particularly the MSMEs, EEPC India carries out various activities like technology promotion, branding, design intervention, quality and accreditation, skill development, IPR to name a few.
  • EEPC India has also been actively engaged in helping Indian MSMEs to build its vendor development base by organising vendor development meets with Railway PSUs, Defense PSUs, Power PSUs etc.
  • The objective of such programs is to integrate the MSME sector in the manufacturing value chain and widen the scope of MSMEs in nation building and manufacturing.

For Any Queries for Participation Or Sponsorship :

Ms Jaya Basu

Joint Director


Ms Pallavi Saha

Sr Deputy Director


Mr Mayank Krishna

Assistant Director