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ALSTOM

Siège social

  • Adresse :
    48, rue Albert Dhalenne
    93482 SAINT OUEN
    FRANCE
  • Téléphone :
    +33 (0)1 57 06 90 00
  • Fax :
    +33 (0)1 57 06 96 66
  • Site internet :
    http://www.transport.alstom.com

Bureaux

  • Adresse :
    48, rue Albert Dhalenne
    93482 SAINT-OUEN Cedex
    France
  • Téléphone :
    +33 (0)1 57 06 90 00
  • Fax :
    + 33 (0)1 57 06 96 66

Secteurs d'activités

  • Manufacture of railway rolling stock

Autres secteurs

Alstom Transport is one of Alstom Group's two sectors.
The Group is a global specialist in energy and transport infrastructures.

Informations financières et juridiques

  • Forme juridique :
    Limited company
  • Capital en € :
    € 343 600 000 (Alstom Transport S.A.)
  • CA global en € : -
  • CA ferroviaire en € : -
  • CA ferroviaire à l’export en € : -
  • Effectifs ferroviaires : 8200

Dirigeants

  • POUPART-LAFARGE Henri [Chief Executive Officer]

Descriptif / Historique

1928: ALSTHOM
Company founded following the merger of the Société Alsacienne de Construction Mécaniques (based in Belfort and established in 1879) and the Compagnie Française des Procédés Thompson-Houston (established in 1893).

1976: ALSTHOM ATLANTIQUE
Established following the merger of Alsthom and the Chantiers de l'Atlantique
1985: ALSTHOM
ALSTHOM ATLANTIQUE changes its name
1989: GEC ALSTHOM
Established following the merger of Alsthom and GEC (now known as MARCONI)
1998 : ALSTHOM
Withdrawal of GEC and ALCATEL; ALSTHOM becomes ALSTOM and is floated on the stock exchange.

About Alstom Transport :
Alstom Transport is world leader in very high-speed trains and holds the No. 2 market position in urban rail transport. The company has an 19% share of the full accessible rail transport equipment and service market. With an annual turnover of 5.7 billion euros generating an operating margin of 6.6%, Alstom Transport has established itself as the most profitable integrated solutions provider in the industry. Its range of offerings includes rolling stock products, rail infrastructure equipment, signaling systems and maintenance services. Alstom Transport employs 27 000 men and women serving customers in over 60 countries.

In partnership with RFF and the SNCF, Alstom Transport set a new world rail speed record of 574.8 km/h on 3 April 2007. The previous world record was 515.3 km/h.

Alstom Transport has 9 establishments in France and 137 outside France

Produits

  • Automatic train driving
  • Shock absorbers
  • Automatisms
  • Railcars
  • Diesel railcars
  • Bogies
  • Catenaries
  • Track circuits
  • Centralised traffic control
  • Speed-control
  • Converters (static and/or rotary)
  • Integrator (rail equipment)
  • Passenger information
  • Inborne IT equipment
  • Engineering (railway)
  • Fixed installations
  • Power-supply lines for tramways, trolleybuses
  • Locomotives
  • Shunting locomotives
  • Metro systems
  • Rolling-stock maintenance
  • Double deck rolling stock
  • TGV railcars
  • Automatic train operation
  • Computerised signal box
  • Reconditioning of rolling stock
  • TGV trailer vehicles
  • Signalling (trackside, on-board, in control centres)
  • Automatic transit systems
  • Electric and auxiliary traction
  • Tram-Trains
  • Tramways
  • Coaches
  • TGV coaches

Références

  • FIF_QUALIFICATIONS_EN :

    AQF2, ISO 9001 v 2000, EN 729, Afaq ISO 9001 v2000, GSI, ISO 14 001, RQF, DIN 6700, ISO 9000-3, CMM niv 4 et CMMI niv 2, IRIS, EN 729-2, homolog DBAG suivant DIN 6700, habilitat EBA 45/10/02 suiv DIN EN 45014, Certif n° Sa/729-2/07/03 selon DIN EN 729-2

  • FIF_REFERENCES_EN :

    Very high speed trains:
    France, double-decker TGV and TGV Est engine
    Italy, AGV

    Regional Trains: Germany,France, Sweden

    Tram trains: Germany, France, Netherlands

    Tramways: 29 towns wordwide including Bordeaux (APS), Reims (APS), Orléans (APS), Angers (APS), Grenoble, Montpellier, Paris, Nice (batteries), 10 cities around the world, including Algiers, Rotterdam (flywheel)

    Metros: Santo Domingo, Budapest, Shanghai, Paris, Singapore (the largest automatic network in the world)

    Locomotives:
    China: 500 PRIMA locomotives·
    France: locomotives freight and wagons

Etablissements

  • Belfort, France
  • La Rochelle, France
  • Tarbes, France
  • Ornans, France
  • Saint Ouen, France
  • Villeurbanne, France
  • Valenciennes, France
  • Le Creusot, France
  • Reichshoffen, France