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Our ambition is to accompany all transportation stakeholders in meeting tomorrow’s mobility challenges. We strive to provide them with the most efficient and digital mobility systems, while further improving the environmental friendliness of our solutions. 

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Creating and developing long-term partnerships with suppliers

Alstom Alliance

In order to provide our customers with high quality, cost-efficient solutions in the competitive railway market, we aim to work with our strategic partners in development and delivery from the earliest design phase through to execution in the market.

Together, our innovation yields greater results. The core of Alstom Alliance is to establish long-term, win-win partnerships with valued suppliers. 

Alstom has established a Committee to evaluate and approve Alliance suppliers nominations. Composed of the top line Alstom Management and chaired by our Chief Purchasing Officer, the committee regularly assess the program’s performance.

The committee is also responsible for appointing a dedicated Alstom Alliance Manager for each approved supplier.

Alstom Alliance suppliers are asked to:

  • provide quality, excellence, and world-class delivery rates
  • meet industry standards and Alstom Supplier Quality assessments
  • be robust and innovative in engineering and design capability
  • invest in research and development in alignment with Alstom's own product and development strategies

In return, Alstom offers:

  • Efficient support for mutual continuous progress through our industry experience
  • Higher potential volume for suppliers by enhancing opportunities in new tenders
  • Shared competitiveness through mutually beneficial technological breakthroughs
  • A substantially increased share of Alstom's purchases

How to be part of the Alstom Alliance?

We welcome applications from suppliers who consistently demonstrate best-in-class provision of goods that allow us to deliver the very best transport solutions to our customers. 

In return for our suppliers’ world class delivery, we offer support, guidance, increased capability and growth through the Alstom Alliance. 

In order to benefit from this strategic alliance, you will need to already belong to the Alstom Supplier panel (you can apply to join on this site).

To enter the Alstom Alliance qualification process, you will work with your appointed Alstom manager to build a sound business case to justify the mutual Alstom Alliance agreement.

Formal pre-requisites

  • World-class performance in Quality, Cost and Delivery
  • Previous contracted experience within an Alstom Project which has reached the serial production phase
  • Acceptance of the Alstom Supplier Relationship Management criteria including:
  1. Quality Charter
  2. IRIS Certification
  3. Supplier Product Quality Insurance
  4. Logistic Charter
  5. Ethics and Sustainable Development Charter 
  • Shared long-term strategic goals, including research and development and engineering capacity.
Number of employees
Annual turnover
This domain covers information solution and signalling. 
Indirect Procurement covers services, IT services, fleet travel & telecom.
The metallic domain covers metallic parts from aluminium, stainless steel to carbon steel.
The railway infrastructure domain is built around four pillars: 
Electrification (from HV substation to catenary wire including complete MV and LV distribution), trackworks (such as rails, turnouts, concrete), electromechanical (platform screen doors, ticketing and depot equipments). The purchase of installation and civil works activities allow delivering turnkey solutions to our customers.
The subsystems domain covers the key functions of the train for all the platforms. 
The first one is the safety function with components such as brakes, doors & couplers. The second one is the energy & comfort function with diverse families of products: HVAC, seats, toilets, floor, glazing, gangways, energy storage & pantographs.
The electrical and propulsion systems domain covers electrical LV (looms, cubicles, cables), wheelsets & drive systems & traction equipment (incl. traction transformer, auxilliary power unit, batteries, diesel power packs, H2 fuel cell & storage systems)
 The train interior domain covers a comprehensive portfolio of interior components, passenger comfort systems and aesthetical elements.

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