SNCF is a global leader in passenger and freight transport services, including management of the French rail network, with revenue of €35 billion in 2019.
The Group does business in 120 countries and has 275,000 employees, with over half in its core rail business and 55,000 working outside France.
The new SNCF, a public limited company that began operating on 1 January 2020, consists of a parent (SNCF) and five subsidiaries:
- SNCF Réseau (management, operation and maintenance of the French rail network, plus railway engineering) with its own subsidiary SNCF Gares & Connexions (station management and development); - SNCF Voyageurs and its subsidiaries Transilien (mass transit in the Paris region), TER (regional rail), TGV INOUI, OUIGO and Intercités (long-distance rail), Eurostar, Thalys, Alleo and Lyria (international rail), and OUI.sncf (online ticket sales);
- Keolis (a global operator of urban, suburban and regional mass transit systems);
- SNCF Fret (rail freight);
- Geodis (freight transport and logistics solutions).
SNCF Group works closely with its customers—passengers, local authorities, shippers and railway operators using SNCF Réseau services—and with regional communities, building on its expertise in all aspects of rail and all types of transport to deliver simple, seamless, sustainable solutions for every mobility need.
Learn more at sncf.com.