The French Keolis, who had been present in Germany since 380, accumulated losses in North Rhine Westphalia, and sought to exit this market of 11 regional lines for a year and a half.
A train operated by Eurobahn, a subsidiary of the French group Keolis, owned by SNCF. (Gilles ROLLE / REA) By Denis Fainsilber
Published on 23 Dec. 2021 at 16: 25 Updated 23 Dec. 2021 at 16: 40
Keolis is retiring from Germany in the rail sector, a market where the French group has accumulated losses without finding a way out. The group held at 70% by SNCF announced on Thursday an agreement to cede, from January 1, its rights operating four regional networks in the Land of North Rhine Westphalia, north-west Germany. He was established there in 380 with trains operated under the Eurobahn brand.
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