Born in 1960, Bernard Tabary is a graduate of Rouen Business School. He started his career with the Bolloré group in 1983. From 1983 to 2000, he held a number of management roles in the Transport and Logistics branch, including Vice Chairman of Marketing, Quality and Information Systems (1989 – 1994), Managing Director Australia and New Zealand (1994 – 1995) and Director Africa Line (1997 – 2000).
In 2000, he was appointed Managing Director of the Environment Division of Plastic Omnium, an automotive equipment manufacturer.
He joined the Keolis Group in 2005 as Deputy Managing Director. In 2007, he was appointed Managing Director of Keolis Lyon, the Group’s subsidiary, with responsibility for operating and maintaining Lyon’s public transport network. In 2011, he was appointed Group Executive Director International.
- June 11: Keeping ageing railways fit for growing ridership and expectations
Getting better with ageKeolis operates shared mobility solutions in 16 countries and on behalf of 300 Public Transport Authorities. We are the operator and integrator of a dozen different mobility modes including rail, road and sea. In his presentation, Bernard Tabary, Keolis CEO International will focus his presentation on rail systems, trains, metros or trams, as they are intensive assets and require significant investments at different stages of their lifecycle. Keolis operates rail systems in France, the UK, Australia or the US that are 40, 50, 60 years of age, sometimes older. We also maintain and modernise transport systems on behalf of Public Transport Authorities who can rely on our expertise based on 40 years of experience in asset management.
We actually currently manage more than €50bn of assets and to do so, we have a community of more than 10,000 maintainers, engineers, asset specialists and data analysts worldwide. In his presentation, Bernard Tabary, will highlight three networks we operate, in Australia, France and Wales, where our partnership is delivering safe, reliable and comfortable mobility solutions for growing ridership and expectations.