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Sławomir Cyza appointed as CEO and Managing Director of Alstom in Poland, Ukraine and Baltic States

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18 January 2022 – Alstom, biggest rail transport manufacturer in Poland, appointed Sławomir Cyza as CEO and Managing Director of Alstom in Poland, Ukraine and Baltic States. Sławomir Cyza will be responsible for managing Alstom organisation in each country and will play a key role in further integration of the company following the merger with Bombardier Transportation in January 2021. This appointment reinforces Alstom´s focus and commitment to more local and sustainable business growth and industrial presence in these strategically important countries, Poland being one of the biggest countries in CEE markets for Alstom.

“Sławomir has been with Alstom and in the railway industry for more than 10 years and oversaw several of the company’s transformations that proved to be effective and successful. I believe that his extensive track record of operational management as well as strategic planning and focus on employees together with unique personal skills and qualities will let him further grow our commercial and operational footprint in Poland, Ukraine and the Baltics - priority markets for Alstom” - said Antonio Moreno, Alstom’s Central and Eastern Europe Managing Director.

Sławomir Cyza Managing Director of Alstom in Poland, Ukraine and Baltic States

“I am proud to be a part of Alstom, biggest railway industry manufacturer in Poland and one of the key players of the mobility market worldwide. There are various opportunities ahead of us in Poland, Ukraine and the Baltics. We will constantly strive for innovation especially in the areas of hydrogen solutions, high-speed trains and digitalisation.”

Sławomir Cyza
CEO and Managing Director of Alstom in Poland, Ukraine and Baltic States

Sławomir Cyza has been with Alstom for over 10 years, first as HR Director for Poland and Alstom Konstal Site in Chorzów, and later as HR Director for Central and Eastern Europe cluster (CEE). He has been building Alstom organisation throughout CEE cluster comprising of 17 countries. He also served as the Member of the Management Boards of several Alstom legal entities. Over the years, Sławomir Cyza has led multiple breakthrough projects that involved large scale organisational changes in Poland and other countries of the cluster.

“I am proud to be a part of Alstom, biggest railway industry manufacturer in Poland and one of the key players of the mobility market worldwide. There are various opportunities ahead of us in Poland, Ukraine and the Baltics. We will constantly strive for innovation especially in the areas of hydrogen solutions, high-speed trains and digitalisation. I am convinced that with the experienced team of professionals, Alstom’s know-how and comprehensive offer, we will successfully seize all market opportunities in Poland, Ukraine and Baltic States” – said Sławomir Cyza, new CEO and Managing Director of Alstom in Poland, Ukraine and Baltic States.

Poland, Ukraine and Baltic States are a part of Alstom’s Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) cluster. Alstom in Poland is hosting Alstom’s CEE headquarters and Alstom in Poland employs about 4000 people in 11 sites. Alstom is the largest producer and number one exporter in the railway industry in Poland.