FS International strives to be a reliable global partner on integrated mobility solutions, through a One-Stop-Shop distinctive offer based on the broad expertise and the multidisciplinary products & services portfolio of the FS Group.
In particular, our strategy is built upon the following pillars:
With the aim of achieving its strategic goals, FS International covers the world through a Regional footprint in charge of being a trustworthy business partner and interface for local stakeholders.
We connect with customers by the following Regions:
We operate in the mobility sector which is strongly driven by the main global mega-trends such as population growth, urbanization, sustainability and digitalization. These trends have, among others, two principal common side-effects: they are modifying people needs and thus Authorities priorities, while reshaping the competitive business scenario.
There is a connection between GDP growth and mobility sector growth, as well as between urbanization and the needs for urban transport solutions such as metro and light rail transit systems.
In the coming years, transport infrastructures and the overall mobility sector are expected to receive huge investments from Governments and international financial institutions, with the aim to develop new Greenfield projects and modernise the existing systems and infrastructures.
Transport infrastructures will be more and more important to ensure the socio-economic development of territories and communities, as well as environmental sustainability; for this reason the world of mobility will play a pivotal role in reducing CO2 emissions and fossil fuels consumption.
In fact, Mass Transit (metro, LRT, BRT), Regional & Commuters and High-Speed Railways allow people to greatly reduce travel time while guaranteeing a significant lower carbon footprint, compared to cars and airplanes.
On the matter, the FS Group embraced the principles of the United Nations Global Compact in its Sustainability Policy and committed to achieving six of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) endorsed by the United Nations in the Agenda 2030.