Award-winning communications agency, Prova, has joined the Rail Alliance, further bolstering its market-leading transport credentials. The move sees the company join the UK’s fastest-growing rail networking organisation, boasting more than 400 members.
With widespread experience across the automotive, motorsport and logistics sectors, Prova is well-established as one of the UK’s leading transport agencies. Its previous involvement with the rail industry includes its work with clients such as Northern Rail and ADComms, a Panasonic company. Joining the Rail Alliance will help Prova to further expand its capabilities across rail during an exciting period for the industry.
Prova’s Richard Postins commented: “The Rail Alliance is a key organisation, not just in the rail sector but in the transport industry as a whole. I am delighted that Prova has become a member and am excited to further develop our involvement in this sector.”
Martin Little, commercial director at the Rail Alliance, added: “Prova has a strong track record of delivering high quality communications campaigns to a wide variety of organisations across rail, automotive and motorsport. Everyone at the Rail Alliance would like to welcome Prova to the network and we look forward to working with such a fast-moving and dynamic consultancy.”
Prova will be attending the Rail Live exhibition at the Rail Technology Centre in Long Marston, Warwickshire on 21 and 22 June. The event attracts companies from across the rail sector, offering them the opportunity to showcase their products and services.
For more information on the Rail Alliance, please visit www.railalliance.co.uk
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