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Who we are

SNCF Group offers a full range of mobility solutions across six business lines. Our mission: bringing the freedom of effortless mobility and a greener planet to all.

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SNCF Group

Our mission? Bringing you closer, by delivering easy, seamless passenger and freight transport—and by imagining and creating the mobility of tomorrow.

To meet these challenges, SNCF Group is structured around three EPICs*:

  • SNCF EPIC to define Group strategy
  • SNCF Réseau EPIC to manage, operate and develop the French rail network
  • SNCF Mobilités EPIC to transport passengers and freight

*An EPIC (établissement public industriel et commercial) is a public service company with a commercial and industrial mission, owned by the French State.

  • 33.3

    billion euros in revenue, with 33% generated outside France

  • 8.9

    billion euros in investment (all funding sources combined), with 95% in France

  • 14

    million passengers carried daily, in France and around the world

  • 272,000 employees in 120 countries

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Our six business lines

SNCF Group consists of three EPICs and six business lines:

  • SNCF Réseau
  • Long-distance mobilities
  • Commuter mobilities
  • SNCF Gares & Connexions
  • SNCF Logistics
  • SNCF Immobilier

SNCF Réseau—its mission

SNCF Réseau manages, maintains and develops the French rail network, focusing primarily on existing lines and the Paris region.

To fulfil these missions, the company is built around four core activities:

  • providing access to France’s rail network infrastructure, including allocating capacity and setting infrastructure fees.
  • managing network traffic
  • maintaining and renovating infrastructure
  • expanding and developing the network, with a focus on overall efficiency and optimum value.

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  • 6.3

    bn euros in revenue, including €3.4 bn in track access fees invoiced to SNCF Mobilités

  • 5.1

    billion euros invested (all funding sources)

  • 20,000 train paths delivered daily

  • 15,000 trains managed daily

  • Over 1,000 km of track renovated annually

  • 3515

    km of catenaries checked or replaced annually

Long-distance mobilities

SNCF provides passengers with shared and door-to-door mobility solutions that meet their needs in terms of offer, cost, service quality and environmental protection.

Long-distance mobility activities:

  • high-speed rail in France—TGV inOUI and Ouigo
  • high-speed rail in Europe—Eurostar, Thalys, Alleo, Lyria and more
  • medium- and long-distance trains in France—Intercités
  • an on-line travel agent—
  • 8.2

    billion Euros in revenue

  • 1 st

    on-line travel agent in France (

  • 15

    million additional high-speed passengers by 2020

  • 39

    Ouigo destinations such as Lille, Marseille, Rennes, Nantes, Lyon, Nice or Toulouse

Commuter mobilities

We serve customers and organizing authorities by offering integrated public transport solutions that promote regional development and meet everyone’s mobility needs.

Commuter mobility activities:

  • passenger transport in the Paris region;
  • TER regional rail
  • Keolis commuter services
  • new mobilities to complement rail, such as peer-to-peer car rental with OuiCar and our TGV inOUI services—taxi booking with Mon Chauffeur and in-station car rentals with Ma Location Avis
  • 7

    billion Euros in revenue (TER and Transilien)

  • 1

    million TER passengers daily

  • 3.2

    million Transilien passengers daily

  • 5.8

    billion Euros in revenue (Keolis)

  • 3

    billion Keolis passengers annually

  • 17

    million downloads of the Assistant SNCF app

SNCF Gares & Connexions—its mission

A subsidiary of SNCF Mobilités EPIC, SNCF Gares & Connexions combines a wide range of skills to achieve a single goal: renovating and improving the 3,000 stations on the French rail network.

Gares & Connexions has three goals:

  • modernize stations and transform them into destinations of choice at the heart of the transport network
  • make railway stations convenient, useful and welcoming
  • manage 15,000 train departures and 10 million passengers every day in 3,000 stations across France
  • 1.4

    billion Euros in revenue

  • 10

    million visitors to French stations every day

  • 400

    million Euros in investments

  • 3029

    stations in France

SNCF Logistics—its mission

A subsidiary of SNCF Mobilités EPIC, SNCF Logistics is a full-service logistics partner, making businesses more competitive through its three business lines:

  • Geodis: a freight transport logistics specialist in France and 120 countries worldwide
  • TFMM: rail & multimodal freight transport.
  • Ermewa Group: a specialist in asset management

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  • 10

    billion Euros in revenue and 51,500 employees

  • 54% of revenue from outside France

  • Over 700 Geodis sites around the world

  • 8 th

    largest freight transport and logistics provider worldwide

SNCF Immobilier—its mission

A subsidiary of SNCF EPIC, SNCF Immobilier is a key player in urban transformation, working actively to improve life in urban communities and support France’s nationwide drive for better housing.

Gares & Connexions has three goals:

  • work with its S2FIT subsidiary to manage and optimize SNCF Group’s portfolio of tertiary, industrial, rail and social real estate (other than stations and transport infrastructure)
  • work with Espaces Ferroviaires, its urban development subsidiary, to improve and monetize land and buildings that are not used by the rail system
  • work with its ICF Habitat subsidiary to manage Group properties, by operating housing complexes and acting as a “social landlord”

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  • 1.5

    billion Euros in revenue

  • 12

    million sq m and 24,000 industrial and tertiary buildings (excluding ICF Habitat)

  • 20,000 ha of land (including ICF Habitat) and 100,000 housing units

  • 366

    million Euros in property disposals handled by SNCF Immobilier for SNCF Group