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Your SNCF supplier contacts

Meet SNCF’s top buyers and get the contact information you need to get in touch fast. 

Nationwide procurement

We have three procurement divisions: one each for SNCF EPIC, SNCF Réseau EPIC and SNCF Mobilités EPIC. Choose the right contact for your procurement area:

  • the Group Procurement Division develops and oversees SNCF’s procurement and quality policies 
  • the Network Procurement Division purchases track works, supplies and engineering services for SNCF Réseau
  • the Equipment Procurement Division purchases rolling stock—the heart of operations at SNCF Mobilités—and supplies for the Group’s subsidiaries

Contacts by type of procurement

Regional hubs

  • Paris region
    Jean-Marc Lozach: +33 (0)7 86 27 36 85
  • North Atlantic
    Emmanuel Legendre: +33 (0)6 29 83 81 82
  • South Atlantic
    Marc Langeard: +33 (0)6 15 27 01 99
  • Mediterranean
    Meredith Pellerin-Varizat: +33 (0)6 12 50 15 21
  • South-east
    Scherazade Chermitti: +33 (0)6 09 59 33 67
  • Eastern central France (Grand-Est)
    Alain Peiffer: +33 (0)6 13 85 15 34
  • Northern France / Normandy
    Isabelle Tanghe: +33 (0)6 27 07 47 37
  • CSP (Shared Services Centre) — Auto fleet
    Hugues Hamelin: +33 (0)4 82 31 35 01
  • CSP Industrial supplies
    Fabrice Pastor: +33 (0)4 82 31 34 27 
  • CSP Intellectual & other services
    Emmanuel Picart: +33 (0)1 85 57 94 40
  • CSP Nationwide contracts
    Sylvie Lavigne-Said: +33 (0)1 71 32 31 57

Top buyers

  • Intellectual services
    Edwige Morandeau (CSP Intellectual & other services): +33 (0)1 85 58 85 27
  • Other services
    Nathalie Boissin (CSP Intellectual & other services): +33 (0)1 87 57 91 86
  • Track works
    Benoit Leclere (CSP Nationwide contracts): +33 (0)1 71 32 31 41
  • Earthworks and engineering works
    Paul Caulet (Paris region): +33 (0)1 72 63 99 16
  • Signalling / Telecoms
    Nicolas Slusarczyk (CSP Nationwide contracts): +33 (0)6 46 01 61 72

Regional procurement offices

The Group and Network purchasing divisions handle regional procurements through three inter-regional procurement centres (CAIs) and four regional procurement divisions (DTAs):

  • Atlantic CAI, located in Nantes, Bordeaux and Toulouse
  • Paris/Northern France/Eastern Central France CAI, located in Paris, Lille and Metz
  • Southeast/Mediterranean CAI, in Lyon and Marseille
  • Network DTA for the Paris region, located in Paris
  • Network DTA for the Atlantic region, located in Nantes and Bordeaux
  • Network DTA for North-eastern France and Normandy, located in Metz
  • Network DTA for South-eastern France and the Mediterranean, located in Lyon et Marseille

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Contact your regional adviser 

Responsible procurement

At SNCF, we know that our business affects the economy, the environment and society at large—which is why we’ve adopted a responsible procurement strategy.

To learn more, contact us at: david.paris@sncf.fr

How to invoice us

Invoicing instructions appear on the purchase order you received from us. For more information, please see our Billing Charter.

Got a payment-related grievance? See the guide on our supplier invoicing support team to learn how it works.

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Your SME contact

We’d like to get to know you and invite you to bid on upcoming contracts. To help us do that, please join our e@si supplier portal and provide as much information about your business as possible. 

When you enter your data, you’ll have an opportunity to identify yourself as an SME. To create your profile, simply visit the e@si platform, click on the Register button and follow the instructions.

Please log on to our e@si platform

How to request mediation

Background

As part of our responsible procurement policy, we cultivate dialogue and partnership with our suppliers—and where necessary, we offer mediation. 

SNCF signed the Responsible Supplier Relations Charter in April 2010, and our internal ombudsperson is Stéphane Volant, SNCF’s Company Secretary.

Learn more about the Responsible Supplier Relations Charter (in French)

About mediation

Mediation is a process for resolving disputes amicably through an ombudsperson—a neutral, impartial, independent third party who works toward a fair solution for everyone. 

The ombudsperson’s primary goal is to build or rebuild relationships, restore confidence and get the parties back to doing business with each other.

Mediation is a negotiation process based on personal freedom and responsibility. Because it is voluntary, it engages the responsibility of both parties, either of which can end the proceedings at any time.

All communication between the parties in mediation is strictly confidential.

Mediation: How it works

If you’re an SNCF supplier, you can request mediation from our supplier ombudsperson, or France’s national mediator for business relations. They’ll decide together who will handle your case.

To contact the SNCF supplier ombudsperson, send an email to: mediation.fournisseurs@sncf.fr

Contact France’s national mediator for business relations (in French)

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