BEDFORD, Pa., - Bedford Reinforced Plastics, a leading manufacturer of fiberglass-reinforced polymer (FRP) structural profiles, pultruded and molded grating, will be exhibiting at the 2015 Railway Interchange Exhibition at the Minneapolis Convention Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota from October 4-7th.
The Railway Interchange 2015 is the largest combined railway exhibition and technical conference in North America. The exhibition features the latest technologies in the rail industry, while the conference focuses on new trends and rail research. The event features domestic and international rail suppliers of everything from freight cars, locomotive, maintenance-of-way, communications, signaling, leasing, and passenger rail industries.
"The Railway Interchange is a great show and one that we are looking forward to this year," says Eric Kidd, marketing director, Bedford Reinforced Plastics. "We offer several products that can be customized for a wide array of rail disciplines with everything from our platforms to stairs, handrails and more. In an industry that requires durability, our fiberglass reinforced plastic will not rot, rust or corrode, which makes a big difference to railway professionals."
Bedford Reinforced Plastics will exhibit their current fiber-reinforced plastic product line, which includes PROForms® pultruded FRP structural shapes, PROGrate® pultruded FRP grating, PROGrid® molded FRP grating and PROPlate® FRP flat sheet, as well as custom profiles, caged ladders and complete assemblies including catwalks, platforms, stairs and handrails available for the railway market.
Bedford produces building material made from fiberglass-reinforced plastics. This material is strong, lightweight, corrosion-resistant and dimensionally stable, offering an alternative to traditional building materials such as wood, steel and aluminum. Bedford materials are used in a wide range of applications worldwide, both on land and in harsh ocean environments. To learn more about Bedford, call 800-377-3280 or visit http://bedfordreinforced.com.
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