Our mission is to meet the growing global demand for energy and sustainable mobility. Day after day Alstom commits to providing innovative solutions with avant-garde technology that are competitive and compatible with the preservation of the environment on a global scale.
We have been present in Italy with the Alstom trademark for more than 15 years, but the companies acquired by the Group have a history of excellence that spans decades. With over 4,000 employees in 12 sites in the country, we are now an important industry in the domestic panorama, proud of contributing as far as possible to the development of the country’s infrastructure, economy, territory and exports.
In the Transport sector, thanks to a proven level of excellence, we have been assigned responsibility at a global level for certain technologies: tilting systems at Savigliano (at the bases of the global success of Pendolino train), the signalling technology from Bologna, as well as the Sesto San Giovanni traction systems. Rolling stock manufactured and developed by the Italian sites and exported to many markets: in the United Kingdom, Polland, China, Finland, Russia, Spain.
In the Power sector we are able to satisfy any domestic and International needs with our technical and commercial capabilities. Moreover, we can offer advanced technologies for air quality control thanks to our Centre of Excellence based in Sesto S. Giovanni.
We offer our customers global solutions and products designed in a sustainable way and fully respecting the environment. The energy our plants produce is “clean”, thanks to reduced emissions and the use of renewable sources. Our trains and trams can be 98% recycled and permit the reduction of energy consumption.
As a Group we can boast of offering an excellent work environment: a truly multicultural environment which ensures that each individual, without any kind of discrimination, has the best opportunity for personal and professional development.
We believe that economic and financial progress not only must but can always be compatible with social development and the protection of the planet, in Italy as well.
Antonino Turicchi – Country President
Antonino Turicchi was born in Viterbo, and has been President of Alstom S.p.A., the Italian holding company of the multinational Alstom group, since 2011.
He joined Alstom after having been the Executive Director of the Comune of Rome from 2009 to 2011. Over a period of almost ten years, he held various positions at the Ministry of Economics and Finance, where he was responsible for a number of important extraordinary financial operations such as the securitisation of credits and the sale of property belonging to national insurance bodies.
From 2002 to 2009, he was Director General of the Cassa Depositi e Prestiti.
Pierre-Louis Bertina – CEO of Alstom Ferroviaria Spa
Pierre-Louis Bertina, a Frenchman of Italian origin, has been President and Chief Executive Officer of Alstom Ferroviaria S.p.A. since 2010.
A graduate in Mechanical and Electronic Engineering, his more than 30-year career in Alstom Transport has given him a profound knowledge of the railway transport sector. He has held various positions of international responsibility in the different product lines, actively participated in the acquisition of Fiat Ferroviaria in 2001, and was Country President and Transport Managing Director in Chile.
Fabrizio Fabbri – CEO of Alstom Power Italia Spa
Fabrizio Fabbri was born in Pistoia, and has been Chief Executive Officer of Alstom Power Italia S.p.A. since 2012.
After graduating in Philosophy, he began his career working for ENI before joining General Electric when the American multinational acquired Nuovo Pignone. He held various national and international sales positions in GE, being Sales Director for the Oil and Gas Services Division from 2000 to 2002, South Europe Region Manager for the Contractual Services Division from 2007 to 2010, and then Sales Director for the Western Europe and North-west African Energy Services Division.
Alberto Galantini – CEO of Alstom Grid Spa
Alberto Galantini was born in Udine, and has been the Chief Executive Officer of Alstom Grid S.p.A. since 2011.
He rejoined the Alstom group (where he worked in the Power sector from 1998 to 2002) after having acquired nine years’ national and international sales and marketing experience as Regional Sales Manager Asia Pacific, and subsequently Sales & Marketing Director of SIPA S.p.A. (Zoppas Industries).
Raffaella Alberi – Country & Transport HR Director
Raffaella Alberi has been Alstom Italia Transport & Country Human Resources Director since 2011.
After graduating in International Political Sciences and being awarded an MBA by ISTUD in Stresa, she worked for 11 years in various positions in the Human Resources Department of the German multinational company SGL Carbon in Italy and Germany before being appointed Country Human Resources Director.
She joined Alstom Italia in 2008 as the Human Resources Manager of the site in Sesto San Giovanni, Milan.
Manuela Bozzolan – Country Communication Director
Manuela Bozzolan was appointed Alstom Italia Communication Director in 2011, after having been Alstom Ferroviaria S.p.A. Communication Director from 2004.
She acquired a solid grounding in corporate communications by working for agencies such as Burson-Marsteller and AIGO, and leading international groups. Between 1992 and 1998, she was PR Manager Italia for Walt Disney Attractions, and then joined Sun Microsystems Italia as Marketing Communications Manager.
Giovanni Monteverde – VP Legal & Contract Management of Alstom Italia and the Middle East-Africa area of Alstom Transport.
Giovanni Monteverde is Vice-President Legal & Contract Management of Alstom Italia and the Middle East-Africa area of Alstom Transport.
A lawyer with a Master’s degree awarded by the University of London, he worked in the legal office of Fiat Ferroviaria from 1994 to 1998 before moving to London to join the legal firm of Holman Fenwick & Willan.
After joining Alstom Italia in 2001, he worked as head of the legal office of Alstom Ferroviaria S.p.A. until 2005, and was then appointed the Legal Director of Alstom Ferroviaria S.p.A. and Alstom Italia.