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Alstom in Mexico

Contact Alstom in Mexico
Esmeralda Tower III
Blvd Manuel Ávila Camacho No. 32 Tower 3,
seventh floor - Lomas de Chapultepec,
CP 11000, Miguel Hidalgo,
Mexico City, Mexico
+ 52 55 52491400

Alstom's presence in Mexico dates back to 1952. 1968 was the birth of the first Metro in the country, in Mexico City, for which Alstom provided the first trains - some of them are still in circulation. Since then, the company has contributed to the development of the country's infrastructure, providing modern smart and sustainable mobility solutions.

Our clients include all the passenger operators in the country such as the Ministry of Communications and Transportation (SCT); the Collective Transportation System (STC) and the City's Electric Transportation Service, both in the country's capital; the Urban Electric Train System (SITEUR), in Guadalajara; and Metrorrey, in Monterrey, and we are associated with the main freight operators in the country. In just over five decades, Alstom has established itself as the market leader for rail infrastructure projects.

In January 2021, Alstom completed the acquisition of Bombardier Transportation, creating a global mobility leader committed to responding to the growing need for greener transportation in the world.

With this incorporation, Alstom Mexico has more than 1,600 employees working in 14 sites, including the Ciudad Sahagún plant in Hidalgo, specialised in passenger rail vehicles, as well as after-sales maintenance and customer service, where the highest world-class quality standards.

years in Mexico
sq.m. site in Ciudad Sahagún
  • Guadalajara light rail

    Guadalajara light rail

    Execution of the turnkey project on the railway for Line 3 of the Guadalajara light rail. Supply of 18 Metropolis trains, communication systems, high voltage substations, traction and traffic control systems based on Urbalis 400.

  • STC line 12

    The construction of Line 12 of the Mexico City Metro was in charge of a consortium made up of three companies (ICA-Carso-Alstom). Alstom was in charge of the signalling system, the electrification systems, the substations, the operations control centre and the ticketing systems.

  • TEG-15 model vehicles

    In late 2017, Bombardier Transportation (currently Alstom) completed the delivery of 12 Light Rail Vehicles model TEG-15, made up of two cars each, to SITEUR, in Guadalajara. The project is currently in the warranty phase. The site in Ciudad Sahagún was in charge of design and manufacture.

  • Mayan Train

    Mayan Train

    In June 2021, the Bombardier-Alstom-led consortium won the international public tender to build 42 X'Trapolis trains for the Mayan Train, a large-scale rail project intended to transform the country's sustainable mobility.

  • Monterrey Line 3

    Alstom's scope includes the power supply systems, catenary, SCADA and concrete track of Metrorrey line 3 (7.5 km) and interconnection with the two existing lines in Monterrey and Nicolás de los Garza, Nuevo León.

  • Locomotives


    Alstom Mexico carries out maintenance in the locomotives of the main freight operators in Mexico, such as Ferromex, Ferrosur, Kansas City Southern de México and Ferrovalle, in addition to modernising and maintaining the Metrorrey Collective Transportation System in Nuevo León.


The Mayan train project

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  • Become a supplier for the Tren Maya Project

    The Mayan Train will be "A train for Mexico, built in Mexico". Therefore, we are calling for Mexican manufacturing and trading companies that have the required capabilities to provide the products and services that will be used in the construction of this emblematic project.

    We want to work with the largest number of companies established in the country to develop the best and largest supply chain in the railway sector.

    Apply here

Work at Alstom Mexico

At Alstom, we work together to improve mobility. If you have a good idea, we will provide the environment in which it will thrive and become a great product or customer experience. Your ideas are our fuel. We are world leaders in rail technology and offer the broadest portfolio in the industry.

Our employees are the key to our success. We pride ourselves on attracting, supporting and developing the best talent available. Join our community of talents!

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