China-ASEAN Rail Infrastructure Expansion Summit

Date: 29-30 Oct 2020
Location: Kunming, China

The CARI2020 will take place on October 29-30 at Kunming, Yunnan, China, meeting language is Chinese. Based on successful completion of the previous five summits, the coming closed-door summit will gather more than 100 experts from rail transit operators, equipment/system service providers, material suppliers, engineering contractors, research institutions, associations, colleges, consulting, certification... etc. To discuss the new technologies, new challenges, and new opportunities brought by the "New Infrastructure", the regional limitations and risk control in the cooperation of the Belt and Road international rail projects!


The Asia-Pacific railway market is one of the fastest growing markets in the world, with approximately 40,000 kilometers of railway projects being planned or under development. Infrastructure development is essential to improve ASEAN connectivity and promote sustainable growth. Recently, Thailand, Vietnam, Philippines, Malaysia and Indonesia have approved many rail transit infrastructure projects. According to data from the Asian Development Bank, 10 ASEAN member countries will spend US$2.76 trillion on infrastructure between 2016 and 2030, demonstrating the huge potential of the ASEAN rail transportation market.

March,2020, the “New Infrastructure” which “will accelerate the construction of state major projects and infrastructures, 5G networks, data centers, and rail transit construction” has attracted much attention.

Key Topics

A)  Challenges of railway and urban rail transportation projects in Southeast Asian countries

B)  Progress and planning of the Trans-Asian railway and southwest area urban rail project

C)  Understand political risks and legal supervision knowledge, how to formulate an exit mechanism

D)  Application of advanced materials, technology and equipment

E)  How to manage risk throughout the entire life cycle of the project?

F)  How to reasonably set project performance indicators and staged goals, and track the progress of indicators with a high degree of discipline?

G)  International application and risks of PPP/TOD in rail transit

H)  Innovative application of BIM technology in the whole life cycle of rail transit engineering

I)  Case studies: Hanoi Project, Jakarta High Speed Rail, East Malaysia Railway Project etc.

Partial Partners

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