Philipp Koiser was born in 1980 in Austria. After graduating from the Business Academy in Vienna, he started his railway career at ÖBB Infrastruktur Betrieb AG (now ÖBB Infrastruktur AG) in 2006. After a first year as a station master, he was Key Account Manager at Network Access from 2007 until 2014. Besides coordinating national and international paths he was involved in two projects: ‘Euro 2008’ (planning of timetables and related measures during the European Football Championship 2008) and ‘Liberalisation of passenger traffic’.
In 2014 he became RNE’s Sales and Timetabling Manager and chairman of the RNE Sales & Timetabling Working Group, which develops and implements international processes in line with RNE objectives. Having brought several projects to a successful conclusion, he currently leads the ‘Redesign of the international timetabling process’ (TTR), whose ambition is to reform international timetabling jointly with FTE (Forum Train Europe) and with the support of ERFA (European Rail Freight Association).
Mr. Koiser will hold a presentation at the Freight and Logistics Forum during the second day of the event.