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Mena Rail Report 2018
MENA Rail Report
 
MEED is forecasting $16bn of contracts to be awarded by the end of 2017, this report will tell you which projects are moving ahead..

  • Learn about the $200bn-plus Mena rail and metro projects market
  • Understand the current and upcoming individual project opportunities
  • Understand individual country strategies for their rail and metro development plans
  • Access rankings of the top clients and contractors
  • Understand the major risks accompanying these massive opportunities

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From having one of the lowest-density rail networks in the world, the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) is slowly but surely emerging as a top destination for rail investments. Regional governments are promoting some of the most modern rail networks in the world, looking to ramp up investments in the transport infrastructure to build a modern, competitive economy. That is why, despite the drop in oil prices, investment in rail remains a very high priority.

According to MEED analysis, projects worth about $16bn are expected to be awarded by the end of 2017, an increase of more than 80 per cent when compared to 2016.

Understand the strategies for over $200bn of planned investment in the regional rail sector together with key project details through MEED’s Mena Rail 2018 report. Covering 21 countries, the report provides timelines for tendering projects along with key client contact information.

• Gain insight into mainline, metro and tram projects across the Gulf, North Africa and the Levant
• Understand the current and upcoming project opportunities in each Mena state
• Access key project details, including maps, bidders lists, procurement timeframe and technical details
• Understand individual country strategies for their rail and metro development plans
• Quantify the value of current and future rail and metro investment in each country
• Access essential contact information for principal clients
• Understand the challenges involved in building rail lines in each country

The lion’s share of the planned investment is targeted at mainline and cross-country railway lines to provide freight and passenger transportation capacity from Morocco to the Gulf. But urban rail systems, particularly in the GCC, are a major element of the region’s rail spending plans. Iran has also witnessed significant foreign investments in the rail sector since the lifting of the international nuclear sanctions in early 2016.

The report provides analysis of more than 200 rail projects across the region. Comprising easy-to-comprehend summaries, engaging charts and graphs and all the latest data and essential insight, the Mena Rail 2018 report will help you win business in the growing rail markets.


Fast facts about the report:

  • Over 180 pages
  • Covers 22 countries in the Mena region
  • Includes 115 maps, charts and tables
  • Covers all the major projects planned and under execution
  • Details the top 20 rail and metro contractors
  • Details the top 20 rail and metro clients
  • Explains the procurement models chosen by client bodies


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