1 group, 3 EPICs,
5 business units

The heart of our business is rail—and much more. Thanks to our 5 business units, we offer a full range of mobility solutions, fulfilling our mission as a public service company.

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Our business? Bringing people together. Making passenger and freight transport seamless and easy. Designing and developing the mobility of tomorrow. And much more. To meet these challenges, SNCF Group has reorganized into three components:

  • SNCF EPIC to set overall Group strategy
  • SNCF Réseau (Network) EPIC to manage, operate and develop the French rail network
  • SNCF Mobilités (Mobility) EPIC to transport passengers and freight

The New SNCF

Organised into 3 ÉPICs (Établissement Public Industriel et Commercial), public service companies with a commercial and industrial mission, SNCF is made up of 5 business units: SNCF Réseau (Network), SNCF Voyageurs (Passengers), Keolis, SNCF Logistics et SNCF Immobilier (Property).

SNCF Réseau (Network)

SNCF Réseau manages, maintains and develops the French rail network, with existing line and the Paris region as its top priorities.


SNCF Voyageurs makes travel easier, with shared mobility solutions provided by its business units—Transilien, TER, Intercités, Voyages SNCF and Gares & Connexions.




Keolis is multimodal and international—a major mass-transit player serving transport organising authorities. Keolis offers a complete multimodal transport chain: buses and coaches, subway systems, light rail, trains, bicycles, parking, car-sharing, ride-sharing, ferries and river shuttles.


SNCF Logistics

SNCF Logistics is a full-service logistics partner, making businesses more competitive through its four business lines: Geodis, TFMM to handle rail and multimodal freight transport, STVA to transport finished vehicles, and Ermewa to manage equipment.


A key player in urban transformation, SNCF Immobilier is dedicated to better urban living and has joined a nationwide drive for better housing in France.