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Alstom in Brazil

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Contact Alstom in Brazil
Virgilio Wey Street, 150
Água Branca
São Paulo/SP
+55 11 3617-8000

Present in Brazil for 63 years, Alstom has been participating in the development of the country’s infrastructure, contributing to the social progress and respecting the environment.

Dedicated to the rail transport sector, its contribution is attested with products and services in the mainly passenger operators, such as São Paulo Metro, Rio de Janeiro Metro, Porto Alegre Metro, Fortaleza Metro, Recife Metro, Brasília Metro and Rio de Janeiro Tramway and it has been implementing technological solutions for freight transport operators such as Vale.

  • Corporate social responsibility

    People, sustainability and the environment are at the heart of Alstom's business, and pledged our commitment to limiting the impact that our activities can have.

    Everywhere Alstom is located, it will work with local communities and collaborate with partners on sustainable development projects focused on technologies, training, job creation and environmental preservation.

    Check our projects on Alstom Foundation website:

100% catenary free tram in South America
rail signaling manufacturer in Brazil
  • São Paulo Metro

    São Paulo Metro

    For Lines 1, 2 and 3 supply of 66 Automatic Train Control (ATCs) and Communication-based Train Control (CBTC) Driverless System. For Line 5, supply of the main ventilation system for the stations and tunnels of the new stretch. For Line 2, supply of 96 cars (16 trains), power, signalling and auxiliary systems. For Line 4 provide the infrastructure and auxiliary power system. Also for Lines 1 and 3, maintenance of 47 trains.

  • Rio tramway

    Rio tramway

    Alstom signed a contract with VLT Carioca to participate in the modernization of the Porto Maravilha region, with the supply of a complete integrated tramway system without catenary. This new network, with a total of 28 km distributed in three lines, 31 stations and a maintenance depot, went into operation for the 2016 Olympic Games.
    Alstom has provided an integrated tramway system including rolling stock, power supply, signalling and telecommunications system. This first 100% catenary free solution combines APS, Alstom's ground level electrification technology and Citadis Ecopack, an embedded power storage solution. This integrated mixed solution offers unlimited power supply and optimized infrastructure for maximum operational comfort.
    This new network provides the population with a smooth, efficient and economical means of transportation, opening the port region to the rest of the city. Its maximum capacity is to carry up to 300,000 passengers per day.

  • CPTM (São Paulo)

    CPTM (São Paulo)

    Supply of signalling systems, internal equipment and operational control center, 20 new trains, maintenance of about 120 trains and refurbishment of 266 traction motors.

  • Rio de Janeiro Metro

    Rio de Janeiro Metro

    Supply of the signalling system for Line 4 and control center for Lines 1, 2 and 4 of the Rio de Janeiro metro. The scope includes 7 stations of Line 4 for signalling and 43 stations in the Control Center using iMUX and ICONIS technologies.

  • Freight for Vale

    Supply of two new Operational Control Centers for EFVM (Vitória-Minas Railroad) and Central Atlantic Railroad (FCA), 280 internal equipment and identification system load; signalling system for EFC (Carajás Railroad) with Communication-Based Train Control (CBTC) technology; 179 pieces of onboard equipment for EFC’s fleet and 23 Automatic Train Control (ATCs).

  • Carbodyshells production for Santiago metro, in Chile

    Carbodyshells production for Santiago metro, in Chile

Working at Alstom in Brazil

Our culture is based on three core values: trust, team and action. We encourage entrepreneurial attitudes, agility and collaboration. Regardless of nationality, skin, age, gender, religion, sexual orientation and only performance based, potential, behaviors and skills, anyone can succeed and contribute to the success of Alstom in Brazil. The pursuit of excellence in ethics, health, safety and the environment reinforces our deep respect for people.

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