Siemens Mobility

Siemens Mobility Limited has been at the heart of the UK rail industry for over 170 years. With an unrivalled track record in the design, development, delivery and maintenance of rail vehicles, signalling, communications, telecoms, train control and power supply equipment, our portfolio spans main line, metro and light rail projects across the UK.

We have a proven track record in the safe and successful delivery of green and brown field projects and our systems are at the heart of some of the UK’s most important rail infrastructure schemes. With more than 2,500 employees in the UK alone, we operate from more than 25 sites across the UK and work closely with local supply chains and SMEs.

A commitment to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) runs throughout the company, helping us to define our mix of people and focus on how we embed and develop a culture which enables us to perform at our best and work together seamlessly.

With a wealth of project experience, cutting-edge technology and some of the most talented engineers in the industry, we are proud to set standards in efficiency, quality and reliability, enabling customers to realise operational and performance benefits from our integrated solutions.

  • We are delighted to be supporting this year’s Women in Rail, Big Rail Diversity Challenge which in 2018 certainly lived up to its billing as being ‘a fun event with a serious message’. The event provided a perfect opportunity for people to work together and showcase the very best results diversity can bring – whether that be gender; ethnicity, faith, disability or age. It was also a great chance colleagues for colleagues, partners and competitors form across the industry to meet and discuss some of the challenges we face.

    As an organisation, our commitment to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) runs throughout the company, helping us to define our mix of people and focus on how we embed and develop a culture which enables us to perform at our best and work together seamlessly.

    We’re very much looking forward to competing in the 2019 Challenge and continuing to support this fantastic event.