Ronan Kerloc’h appointed Managing Director at Keolis Rennes

11th April 2022

▪ Ronan Kerloc’h has been appointed to the position of Managing Director of Keolis Rennes, operator of the STAR public transport network on behalf of Rennes Métropole, as of 1st April 2022. He succeeds Laurent Senigout.
▪ Ronan will oversee the launch and progressive development of the network’s second automatic metro line, due to open at the end of May 2022, and the reorganization of the new bus network.

Keolis Group Chairwoman and CEO Marie-Ange Debon and Keolis Group Executive Director France Frédéric Baverez:

« We congratulate Ronan on this appointment. His expertise will be valued in continuing the development of one of the most efficient transport networks in France, in line with the guidelines of Rennes Métropole and for the benefit of passenger customers. We would also like to thank Laurent for the 15 years spent in the Group, at Courriers du Midi, Keolis Lyon, and Keolis Rennes. Recognized for his expertise and managerial qualities, Laurent has built up a close relationship of trust with Rennes Métropole, helping to implement the major projects under the current public service delegation contract ».

Ronan Kerloc'h career

Ronan Kerloc’h, 56, is a graduate of IDRAC business school in Paris and of HEC (2004).

In 2015, he joined Keolis Group as Regional Director in charge of five subsidiaries in the Eure-et-Loir, Loir-et-Cher and Loiret departments, overseeing public transport network operations in the towns of Dreux, Montargis and Blois.

In 2018, he joined the Île-de-France branch of Keolis as Regional Director for the Seine-et-Marne, Seine-Saint-Denis and Val-d’Oise departments where he managed five business units including Les Courriers d’Île de France (950 employees and 110 lines) and Filéo, one of Europe’s largest on-demand transport services linking the airport sector of Roissy-Charles de Gaulle with Seine-Saint-Denis, Val-d’Oise and northwest Seine-et-Marne.

He began his career in 1989 in mass catering. He held several positions including Deputy Managing Director France for the Compass Group, in charge of regional business for several Compass Group business units (Eurest, Medirest and Scolarest).

Key figures for the STAR network

  • 73 regular bus routes

  • 79 school bus routes

  • 1 automatic metro line

  • 1,124 employees including 600 drivers

  • 88 million journeys a year (in 2019)