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Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane Group is permanently a point of reference for the railway and the whole mobility sector both because of its financial results and also for the level of professionalism associated with its use of innovative technologies.

For several years, FS Italiane has become a global player, present in over 60 countries on the five continents, where it generates revenues of over 1.7 billion Euro. Thanks to FS International, FS Italiane exports the know-how of the Group, developing projects for high-speed and conventional lines through Operation & Maintenance activities, training, security, rehabilitation and network upgrading, Master Plan Transport, feasibility studies, preliminary and executive planning and works supervision.

Directly or through Group companies, FS Italiane has acquired and established companies in Germany, Greece, United Kingdom, France and the Netherlands, and has established numerous branches in Eastern Europe, Middle East, Africa, South America, Asia and Oceania.

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23 July 2019
The first training course for Indonesian Railways concludes

FS International organised an asset management course for 29 PT KAI managers from 8 to 19 July 2019 at the Scuola Professionale RFI (RFI’s professional school) in Bologna.

10 July 2019
FS Italiane Group accompanies Rail Baltica on a discovery of Italian High Speed

With FS International, Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane organised a visit to Italy from 2 to 4 July 2019 for RB Rail AS, a company constituted by the governments of Lithuania, Estonia and Latvia for the realisation of the important greenfield railway infrastructure project.

09 July 2019
The President of Mozambique aboard the Frecciarossa 1000

On 9 July, an important Mozambican delegation was welcomed aboard the Frecciarossa 1000 trains of the FS Italiane Group.

28 June 2019
FS International to the Africa Rail Congress

On 19 and 20 June, the FS Italiane Group, with FS International, took part in the 22nd edition of the Africa Rail Congress in Johannesburg, the most important and participated fair in the mobility sector of the African continent.