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Chrysalis Rail make their debut appearance at the Rail Vehicles and Enhancements Show (RVE) in Derby.

The RVE expo took place at the Derby Velodrome on 5th October this year and is the only UK show specifically focused on rail vehicles and enhancements. The show draws in international exhibitors, buyers and a broad range of visitors from train owners and operators to suppliers from across the rail supply chain. The event also hosted a meet the buyer workshop where companies were selected to meet with several international buyers operating in the rail market. 

Chrysalis Rail was one of over 70 exhibitors on the day, showcasing the full range of refurbishment and vehicle enhancement capabilities to the record number of show visitors in attendance. 

Chrysalis Rail have recently updated their corporate brand, website and marketing materials, “the exhibition presented a perfect opportunity for Chrysalis to showcase our new corporate brand, marketing materials and our full range of capabilities in the refurbishment and vehicle enhancement market. The launch of our new website and brand has been extremely well received so far and we have welcomed the opportunity here today to share our new look with the rail industry and market” – Rachel Steele, marketing manager for Chrysalis.

Due to the success of the 2017 show, Chrysalis Rail will be exhibiting at the 2018 RVE show in Derby in October. The company will also be showcasing their rolling stock services at the 2018 Rail Live event, which is held in Long Marston, Stratford-upon-Avon in June. Chrysalis Rail has their own rail depot situated on this site and conducts rolling stock refurbishment, modifications and vehicle enhancements on these premises. 

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