Our Presence - Alstom India
A proponent of sustainable mobility, Alstom provides a complete range of systems, equipment and services in the railway sector. Alstom India is comprised of four businesses: Rolling stock & Components, Systems & Infrastructure, Transport Information Solutions and Train Life Services. With a full range of highly advanced products and solutions and a strong local footprint, it is well geared to participate in the upcoming rail transportation projects in India and South Asia, including high speed train projects.
Alstom is a leading supplier of train control systems for metros in India. In the past, under a transfer of technology agreement, Alstom provided rolling stock for India’s fastest trains - Shatabdi and Rajdhani – which include the Alstom-designed LHB coaches. Since then, Alstom has partnered in the development of several metros and has established a strong presence in India.
Our centres of excellence in engineering and manufacturing offer end-to-end solutions for local and global markets. With more than 1200 experienced professionals, we 'Make in India' for India and the world.
- More than 1200 employees in India*
- Headquarters & commercial centre in Noida
- Manufacturing sites:
- Signalling & Rolling Stock Engineering Centre at Bengaluru
- Rolling stock manufacturing unit at Sri City, Andhra Pradesh: capacity – 300 cars per year
- Manufacturing site for Track Circuits & Traction Equipment at Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu
- System & Infrastructure Centre of Excellence in NOIDA (under establishment)
*As on 1st June 2015 (includes permanent, temporary + contractors)
Mr. Bharat SALHOTRA
Mr. Salil GOYAL
Whole-time Director & Chief Financial Officer
Ms. Ravneet BHANOT
Country Human Resources Head
Ms. Mayur VATS
Mr. Sandeep Joshi
Regional Centre Head – TIS
Mr. Kumaraswamy Sathyamurthy
Site Head – Sri City.
Mr. Jean-Michel MAGNE
Site Managing Director – Coimbatore
& India Rolling Stock & Components Industrial Director
Mr. Jean Christope GOBERT
Site Engineering Director
Mr. Preetam Ganguly
Customer Director – North
Mr. Dinesh Bohra
Customer Director – South
Mr. Rishikesh Surange
Bharat SALHOTRA, Managing Director
Alstom Transport India Ltd.
Mr. Bharat Salhotra is currently the Managing Director for Alstom India. As the head of Alstom, he is responsible for not only expanding Alstom footprint in India and South Asia, but also ensuring that projects won are delivered in time and within budget. He is also responsible for supporting and facilitating global projects out of India.
Prior to Alstom, he was working as Director Finance at Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation of India (DFCCIL), an organization entrusted with undertaking the country’s iconic and largest post-independence railway infrastructure project in the form of dedicated freight corridors. While at DFCCIL, Mr. Salhotra was responsible for developing the business plan, the concession agreement and negotiating with bi-lateral & multilateral agencies for the over USD 15 billion project size. He also laid the roadmap for establishment of a state-of-the-art enterprise resource planning system for the new organization.
Prior to DFCCIL, he was a member of a high powered expert group set-up by the World Bank for developing a 20 year perspective plan for Indian Railways using state-of-the-art decision support system. During this assignment, Mr. Salhotra provided leadership for the design and development of network modeling tools, line capacity simulation and investment optimization methodologies and several of these tools have been used to determine long-term investment strategies for railways.
Mr. Salhotra has a number of firsts to his credit; among these, the design & implementation of the first Online Transaction Processing System for Indian Railways, the development of a passenger train profitability modeling tool and a fundamental redefinition of rail network capacities using line capacity simulation model.
Mr. Salhotra is a Sloan Fellow with an MBA from MIT's Sloan School of Management. While at MIT, and as part of his thesis, he led team of Sloan Fellows for re-strategizing business of a leading global logistics player in the light of the Internet revolution and globalization trends. He has a number of publications to his credit, including one co-authored with the Deputy Dean of the MIT Sloan School. He has also authored a landmark Case Study on India’s first PPP initiative in the Port Sector which led to several policy changes being initiated at the national level.
Recently, he was appointed chevalier de l'ordre national du mérite (Knight in the National Order of Merit) by the French President for his outstanding achievements in the field of business and commitment to French-Indian relations.