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February 13, 2016 8:17 PM ET

Road and Rail

Company Overview of Société Nationale des Chemins de fer Français

Company Overview

Société Nationale des Chemins de fer Français provides passenger and freight transportation services in France and internationally. It operates through five divisions: SNCF Infra, SNCF Proximités, SNCF Voyages, SNCF Logistics, and Gares & Connexions. The SNCF Infra division manages infrastructure, including network maintenance, projects, and operation for Réseau Ferré de France; and engineers rail infrastructure research and design. The SNCF Proximités division provides various local transport services, such as medium distance links, rail transport regulated services, city and intercity services, and bus, tramway, and subway services, as well as complementary services relating to passenger t...

34, rue du Commandant René Mouchotte

Paris,  75014

France

Founded in 1937

250,000 Employees

Key Executives for Société Nationale des Chemins de fer Français

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Age: 57
Chief Financial Officer
Age: 50
Chief Executive Officer of SNCF Infra Division
Chairman of Sncf Participations and Chief Executive Officer of Sncf Participations
Chief Executive Officer of SNCF Geodis
Age: 52
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

Société Nationale des Chemins de fer Français Key Developments

GoEuro Signs Partnership with SNCF, Adding French Train Travel Options to Expand Its European Coverage

GoEuro has announced the launch of its full product offering in France after signing a new partnership with SNCF, France’s national rail service. ravelers can now plan trips to more than 30,000 destinations all over France and across Europe – not just cities and airports like many other sites. They can compare rail, coach and air travel options in a single search, eliminating the need to visit multiple websites to plan their entire journey. GoEuro now covers all rail, coach and air travel in 11 countries. Whether traveling from Paris to Marseille, between Nîmes and Béziers, from Cambridge to Edinburgh, or through the Spanish countryside, GoEuro offers passengers the best possible transport options and combinations based on price, duration, and convenience – all in the user’s native language and currency.

RATP, SNCF, Gemalto and Orange Join Forces to Create Wizway Solutions

RATP, SNCF, Gemalto and Orange announced the creation of Wizway Solutions, a joint venture dedicated to developing contactless mobility solutions. The consortium is supported by France's Ministry for the Economy, Industry and Digital Affairs and Ministry for Transport. Wizway Solutions harnesses the expertise of each of its four partners to offer Transport Organising Authorities (TOAs) and transport companies a modern and simple ticketing solution that will facilitate door-to-door travel. Advances in technology and increased use of mobile devices together create an environment conducive to contactless solutions. These solutions are also a major vector for promoting door-to- door mass transit options and paving the way for ever more sustainable mobility.

SNCF Orders to Pay EUR 150 Million in Bias Case to Moroccans

A lawyer for Moroccan railway workers says France's labour court has ordered the national railway to pay EUR 150 million ($169 million) in compensation after finding that Moroccans had faced discrimination in benefits compared with their French colleagues. The ruling on Sep. 21, 2015 came in the case of more than 800 Moroccans hired by the SNCF in the beginning of the 1970's as contractual employees, not under the regular railwayman contract available to French - and later European - employees. Most of the Moroccans have since retired with far less in pension and health benefits. Clelie de Lesquen, a lawyer for the Moroccans, said the court ordered payments averaging EUR 200,000 ($225,000) for each worker, for a total of about EUR 150 million.

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