High-speed regional service in Britain -
Our subsidiary Keolis has teamed up with a partner to operate the world’s first regional high-speed service, with trains reaching peak speeds of 225 km/h. The line serves commuters southeast of London.
Turin’s Porta Susa station -
Our subsidiary Arep helped design Turin’s new 15,000 sq m Porta Susa station, the first Italian stop on the future Paris-Rome TGV line. A 380-m glassed-in gallery showcases the underground tracks.
Green logistics with Distripolis -
For easy, eco-friendly deliveries to downtown areas, our subsidiary Geodis launched Distripolis in Paris and Strasbourg—green logistics come to town.
Paper reels in Sweden -
Our subsidiary Captrain created a customized rail transport solution for Swedish logistics group ScandFibre, shipping 1.8 million tonnes of paper a year to 10 European countries.
Normandie Rail Services in Le Havre -
SNCF Geodis launched Normandie Rail Services (NRS), now handling freight transfers for the ports of Le Havre and Gravenchon as part of a future multimodal hub (rail, sea and waterways).
Tram service in Bordeaux’s city centre -
Our subsidiary Keolis achieved a world first in Bordeaux—a tram with underground power supply. With no overhead cables, the elegance and charm of the historic city centre are preserved.
Tram service returns to central Bergen (Norway) -
Bergen, population 250,000, is Norway’s second-largest city after Oslo. Following a 45-year lull, its tram network is now back in service, thanks to Keolis.
Multimodal rail solution -
Our subsidiary Naviland Cargo introduced an international multimodal rail service linking the French port of Le Havre to south-western Germany, birthplace of the chemical industry.