„We act sustainably!“

As a leasing company we are an enabler of modal shift from road to rail and we play an important role in the overall environmental impact of transport.

Our Sustainability Report describes Alpha Trains’ holistic approach to sustainability and provides a detailed overview of our sustainability work.

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Our commitment to green and sustainable business is firmly anchored and described in the Group’s mission statement and in our Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Policy.

The business and ESG objectives could not be achieved without a culture of trust, respect, diversity, integrity and passion. Our corporate culture is based on these five values that have been developed by all of our employees.

We manage health and safety effectively to ensure high standards for the employees of the total Alpha Trains group including all its subsidiaries (Alpha Trains) and of third parties – read more in our Health and Safety Policy.

Alpha Trains Group S.A.R.L. operates at its sites in Luxembourg, Cologne and Antwerp an integrated management system (IMS) based on the requirements of ISO 14001:2015 (Environmental Management Systems) and ISO 45001:2018 (Occupational health and safety management systems). There are no further normative references for the integrated management system of ATG.

The scope of the management system is as follows:
Procurement, leasing and fleet management of rail vehicles

With the operating the IMS, the management is fulfilling its organizational and supervisory obligation, thereby emphasizing its special awareness for the environment and safety.

In 2019, Alpha Trains published as the first ROSCO in Europe a Green Finance Framework that covers all Green Financings issued or used by Alpha Trains. Financing instruments include green bonds (green ‘use of proceeds’ bonds), green loans, green private placements, and other financial instruments with funds allocated to the use of proceeds defined in this document.

Sustainability Targets