The Climate is Right for Trains
Rail is the most sustainable mode of transit. For every passenger-km shifted from road to rail transport, 70% of the emitted CO2 would be avoided. As the global leader in rail technology, we view it as our corporate responsibility to maximize the environmental benefits of rail travel. That's why we have put sustainable mobility at the heart of our design, engineering and operating philosophy. Our key business goals for sustainability include:
- Being profitable, while delivering safe and competitive products to our customers
- Optimizing the environmental performance of our vehicles
- Leaving to the next generations an environment unspoiled by our industry activities and products, to the best of our ability
- Being a preferred employer by providing interesting, healthy and safe working places
- Transferring best practices and knowledge, especially in less industrialized countries where we have a presence.
We have demonstrated our commitment to sustainability through concrete action, and reported on it transparently.
Value added for Customers
Our mission is to be the first choice for customers, the best performer in the industry and the most exciting place to be. We do so by:
- Providing superior value and service to our customers through first rate total systems integration and project management.
- Creating profitable growth by investing in our people and products.
- Optimizing safety, efficiency and environmental performance of our products.
- Setting high standards and delivering as promised.
Worldwide: 64 production and engineering sites as well as 19 service centres in 27 countries, with over 100,000 vehicles in operation
Complete transport systems designed for environment: platform and modular technology designed for urban and mainline operations combined with a comprehensive portfolio of rolling stock, propulsion and control systems, and services for vehicle modernization and maintenance.
Workforce as at December 31, 2012
Revenues for the year ended December 31, 2012
|Total||8,140 million US dollars|
Backlog as at December 31, 2012
33.7 billion US dollars
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