FS Group 2022–2031 Business Plan

FS Group 2022–2031 Business Plan: 190 Billion euros for sustainable development of infrastructure and mobility at the service of the country.

Presented in Rome by Chairwoman Nicoletta Giadrossi and CEO Luigi Ferraris

Redefinition of the governance and new organisational set-up of the subsidiaries aggregated into four business hubs: “Infrastructure”, “Passengers”, “Logistics”, “Urban”

Enabling factors of the plan: innovation, digitisation and connectivity, development of people

Strategic initiatives to increase the degree of energy autonomy and sole control over international activities

Around 40,000 hires expected over the course of the plan

Kick-off of the “Un Tempo Nuovo” institutional campaign, marking the beginning of a new era, complex and full of promise

A long-term strategic and industrial vision supported by an investment plan of more than 190 billion euros over the next ten years. The 2022–2031 Business Plan of the Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane Group, which also envisages a profound redefinition of governance and a new organisational structure, was presented today in Rome by the Chairwoman of FS Italiane, Nicoletta Giadrossi, and the CEO, Luigi Ferraris.

The ten-year plan aims to ensure that infrastructure works are completed on schedule; prioritise multimodal collective transport over private transport; double rail freight compared to 2019; make rail and road infrastructure more sustainable, accessible, effectively integrated and resilient, expanding the network to reduce the gap between the country’s north and south; increase the Group’s level of energy autonomy through renewable sources and contribute to the ecological transition in this area as well.

In order to fully exploit the potential of all Group companies and make a decisive contribution to the sustainable development of the country, which is already experiencing extraordinary events such as the pandemic and international conflicts, the need emerged to redefine the governance and revise the organisational structure into four business hubs, each with clear strategic objectives: “Infrastructure”, “Passengers”, “Logistics”, and “Urban”.

The new organisation aims to strengthen the synergies of all the companies operating in the Group and to increase their efficiency, also in terms of planning and design. The international landscape and the geopolitical tensions behind rising inflation, the effects of the pandemic and those of climate change on infrastructure, all combined with an awareness of the role that transport, logistics and infrastructure can play in the sustainable development of the country, have also contributed to shaping the new corporate reorganisation.

The enabling factors of the 2022–2031 Business Plan, which are key to its implementation, are innovation, digitisation, connectivity and development of the Group’s people.

Particular attention is paid to the ecological transition, with activities to improve efficiency and reduce consumption combined with new initiatives to leverage assets by installing plants to produce electricity from renewable sources, to ensure that at least 40% of the Group’s needs are covered.

In the international arena, the FS Group wants to ensure sole control over the business, aiming to generate further value in the countries where it is already present: France, Spain, Germany, Greece, the Netherlands and the UK. Outside Europe, Ferrovie dello Stato also plans to export integrated know-how through partnerships.

FS Group revenues in 2031 are expected to grow to around €22.5 billion and EBITDA to €3.9 billion, with an average annual growth rate (CAGR) over the plan period of 6.9% and 8.2%, respectively.

“The goal of the 2022–2031 Business Plan is to accelerate investments and provide more certainty that works will be completed on schedule, thanks to a long-term vision. We are working to make our infrastructure more modern, interconnected and resilient, and our mobility services tailored to the different needs of our customers. We intend to promote a multimodal, collective transport that is more sustainable even in urban areas, double the share of freight transport by rail, and contribute to the ecological transition not only by making the use of rail — the most environmentally friendly means of transport par excellence — more attractive, but also by self-producing at least 40% of our substantial energy needs from renewable sources. The Plan envisages the recruitment of 40,000 people over ten years and sees people as its main enabler, along with innovation, digital transformation and connectivity. “Un Tempo Nuovo” a new, promising era is beginning for us all, and I am certain that our people, today as yesterday, will know how to turn this plan into reality, proving themselves equal to the challenges that await us”, explained Luigi Ferraris, CEO of the Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane Group.

FS Group 2022–2031 Business Plan




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