Alstom appoints Guillaume Tritter as Managing Director in Western & Central Asia Cluster
2 July 2019 – Alstom has appointed Guillaume Tritter as Managing Director in Western & Central Asia Cluster. Guillaume was previously Managing Director for Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan & Tajikistan, based in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan.
Guillaume Tritter has worked for Alstom since 2007 and has an extensive experience across the mobility industry. He first worked as a Locomotive Bid Manager and worked in this position for more than 5 years, based in Belfort, France. In that position Guillaume took charge of the contract signature with Kazakhstan Railways for a long-term contract for the manufacturing and deliveries of electric locomotives, and construction of the electric locomotive assembly plant in the capital of Kazakhstan. In 2013 he moved to Kazakhstan and worked as Business Development and Customer Director for the country, based in Nur-Sultan. During 2014 and 2019 Guillaume played key roles in Central Asia region for Alstom, as he was also responsible for Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan.
“I am proud of taking the lead of Western & Central Asia Cluster, a fascinating region with amazing market capabilities. We recently announced our new strategy, and I will make sure that we are delivering smart, green and innovative mobility solutions to our customers in the Cluster”, said Guillaume Tritter, Alstom Managing Director for Western & Central Asia.
“This is an excellent time for Guillaume Tritter to take the lead of the Western & Central Asia Cluster, as he has been driving growth and profitability in mobility, and knows the region features. I am sure that Guillaume will pursue Alstom’s partnership in countries to make our presence durable in Western & Central Asia Cluster”, said Didier Pfleger, Senior Vice-President in Alstom for Middle East and Africa.
Alstom is present in Western & Central Asia with more than 730 people, five offices, two depots and two facilities, EKZ in Nur-Sultan for locomotives manufacturing and maintenance and on-board transformers, and KEP in Almaty for the production of point machines. Alstom is a major contributor to the revitalisation of region’s mobility industry and the development of its economy.
 Western & Central Asia Cluster includes Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Armenia, Georgia, Iran and Iraq.