Keolis industrial partnerships

Develop an efficient transport proposal with established public transport operators
In a number of its world operations, Keolis has created consortia or joint ventures, or invested in local transport operators. The unique combination of specialist transport expertise together with local market knowledge gives the overall operator a key advantage to understanding the market and developing an effective, efficient and viable transport proposal.

Our industrial partnerships

  • Amey

Amey is one of the largest and most diverse companies working for the public and regulated sectors in the UK, with the ultimate aim of creating better places for people to live, work and travel. Amey is selling services including highways and rail management and maintenance.

  • Downer Group

Downer Rail is part of the Downer Group and one of the 100 biggest Australian companies listed on the country's stock exchange. Downer Rail is the leading supplier of rolling stock and maintenance activities in Australia. In 2016, Downer had nearly $6.56 billion of operating income and employed more than 19,000 people.

  • Fjord1

Fjord1 is one of the leading land and sea transport operators in Norway. With 400 buses and lorries and 83 boats and ferries, Fjord1 transports over 30,6 million passengers each year.  Fjord1 employs more than 700 people and its turnover in 2011 was approximately €393M.

  • Go-Ahead Group

Go-Ahead Group is one of the UK's leading public transport groups with revenues of over £3.2 billion and over 27,500 employees. Go-Ahead operates buses and trains and also provides airport services. The group is one of the 250 biggest companies on the London stock exchange.

  • SNC Lavalin

SNC-Lavalin is one of the leading engineering and construction groups in the world and a major player in the ownership of infrastructure and in the provision of operations and maintenance services. Its head office is based in Montreal. Its 2013 net profit was CA$35,8 M (€234 M) and it employs 33,900 people worldwide.

  • SNCF

The Société Nationale des Chemins de fer Français (SNCF - French national railway company) is one of the France's largest public companies, specialised in rail transport. In the 45 years following our founding in 1938, SNCF was a société anonyme, or public limited company. SNCF later became a state-owned industrial and commercial enterprise (établissement public à caractère industriel et commercial or EPIC), but in January 2020 SNCF returned to our original structure. SNCF holds 70% of Keolis.