The Asset Management Working Group of the International Union of Railways (UIC) is organising its fifth international Conference dedicated to Asset management, in Paris at UIC Headquarters, from 20 to 21 April 2023.

This Conference is opened to the Asset Management world and will present the latest developments in various industries (roads, waterways, energy…) and on different continents. It aims at:

  • offering opportunities for international and multi-sector networking with actors from South-East Asia, Middle-West, Eastern Europe and Western-Europe working in various fields like Infrastructure, Industry and Energy;
  • providing Asset Managers with concrete examples and guidance to improve their capabilities, based on the UIC guideline;
  • exploring the latest developments, knowledge and experience across the Asset Management World.


Among the potential subjects, UIC plans to address the following topics:

  • Where Asset Management places in the organisation?
  • What’s new in Regulation?
  • Is the strategy/staff/AM development able to accept innovation/new ways of working?
  • Power of decision-making
  • High-quality data to support Asset Management
  • Is the certification a value?
  • Performance to support strategies
  • Sustainability of rail transport and co-operation between rail-road-air-maritime
  • Future AM IT systems

Relationship between Framework and topics proposal highlighted by colors

The conference will be held over a two-day period (20-21 April 2023). We will benefit from keynote speakers, case study presentations and discussions to provide Railway Infrastructure Organisations with concrete examples and guidance to improve their Asset Management capabilities

A dinner will be organised on 20 April 2023.

Exhibition and sponsoring

If you wish to be an exhibitor or a sponsor at the UIC Asset Management Global Conference 2023, please contact Ms. Christine Hassoun at:
Please note exhibition booths and sponsoring opportunities will be offered on a first come first served basis.


Practical information

How to get to UIC


Ms Christine Hassoun - UIC Rail System Department