Legal & Compliance, Major Projects & Infrastructure, Recyclables, Resources, Sustainability

Recycling Solutions and Collaborative Contracting


Once you need less, you will have more. The mantra for recycling applies to all industries and rail is no exception.

It promotes sustainability by reducing the demand for new raw materials, conserving energy, and minimising waste. Secondly, it helps to mitigate the environmental impact of rail operations by diverting recyclable materials from landfills and incineration.

And of course recycling in rail contributes to a circular economy by enabling the re-use and re-purposing of materials.

Take part in our September feature on recycling and promote your products and businesses that help foster a more efficient and resource-conscious transportation industry.

This issue also throws the spotlight on collaborative contracting, a framework that has gained traction in the rail industry.

It emphasises cooperation, shared risks, and long-term relationships between various stakeholders involved in rail projects.

Unlike traditional contracting approaches that are often adversarial in nature, this alliance contract model focuses on fostering teamwork and mutual trust to deliver successful outcomes.

If you’re a key player such as a rail operator, contractor, engineer, or supplier keen to form a partnership to work together towards a common goal as the industry evolves, let your qualities be known in our special feature.

Book your spot now. You can be assured your advertisement will land in the hands of  key industry stakeholders.


The offer includes: 

1 x Full page advertisement for  September edition – Rail Express  (ad to be supplied).     
1 x Editorial piece – Published in print and digital editions of magazine and on the Rail Express  website, and distributed through the Rail Express social media channels.         

Editorial will be written for you by a Rail Express journalist.

To be a part of it, get in touch before July 252023.

Alex Cowdery
Business Development Manager, Rail Express Magazine
+61 422 657 148