Innotrans, the FS Group meets the foreign subsidiaries

Innotrans the FS Group meets the foreign subsidiaries

(Finance) – The international showcase of Innotrans in Berlin saw the confrontation between the top management of the FS Group, the president Nicoletta Giadrossi and the CEO Luigi Ferraris, with colleagues, country managers and CEOs of foreign subsidiaries. “The new time of the FS Group – highlights FS News, the information portal of the Group – has made its way through the stands of the international exhibition for technologies and transport with fifth stage of presentation of the Industrial Plan 2022-2031 of the group. After Rome, Milan, Bologna and Naples, in Berlin the top management of FS talked about the strategies and objectives of the Ten-Year Plan with a particular focus on FS’s international activities, discussing with colleagues and making them fully involved in the Group’s objectives and strategies “.

The FS Group has more than that 9,100 people at work in the foreign subsidiaries and aims to be more and more a multidomestic company. A road that has now started as shown by the path undertaken in France with Trenitalia France, soon in Spain with iryoin the UK with C2C And Come on West Cost, in Germany with Netinera and with Tx Logisticin Greece with Hellenic Train, in the Netherlands with Q-Buzz. Tomorrow and the day after tomorrow Netinera, Tx Logistic and Q-Buzz in Berlin they will show their excellence, experiences that can be shared by the whole Group and exported outside the borders of each company.

In fact, the key word – underlines FS News – is the integration and positive contamination of experiences and best practices. “Europe – he said Ferraris – it is becoming more and more a multi-domestic market, an integrated market between the various nations in the field of transport and infrastructure in which companies will increasingly have to integrate and collaborate with each other. This is a path that must be pursued and strengthened in freight as well as passenger transport in order to share and integrate synergies and skills “.

LItalian Ambassador to Berlin, Armando Varricchio, met Ferraris this morning, and then participated in the presentation of the FS Group’s Business Plan by visiting the Blues. Also present at the Berlin stage referents of the four Poles born from the recent organizational reorganization of FS: Vera FioraniCEO of RFI and head of the Infrastructure Pole, Luigi Corradi, CEO of Trenitalia and contact person for the Passenger Hub, Gianpiero Strisciuglioaddi Mercitalia Logistics and contact person of the Logistics Center and, remotely, Umberto LebrutoCEO of FS Sistemi Urbani and referent of the Urban Center.

People, innovation and digitalization, enabling factors of the 2022-2031 Business Plan, were told by Massimo Bruno, chief corporate affairs officer FS, And Roberto Tundo, chief Technology, Innovation & Digital Officer FS. While Carlo Palasciano Villamagna, FS chief international officer, he illustrated the increasingly central role of FS’s international activities and how the company exports its technological, operational and engineering know-how abroad.

Protagonists of this international stage also i country manager of the foreign companies of the Group: Roberto Borghi, Jost Knebel, Maurizio Capotorto, Roberto Rinaudo, Simone Gorini and Ernesto Sicilia.