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Go-Ahead appoints new CEO for German rail

Go-Ahead appoints new CEO for German rail
photo: https://newsroom.go-ahead.com/news/go-ahead-appoints-new-ceo-for-german-rail/Fabian Amini
12 / 10 / 2021

The Go-Ahead Group is pleased to announce the appointment of Fabian Amini as Chief Executive of its rail operations in Germany. Fabian, 46, is a highly experienced leader in the rail industry with a track record of delivering passenger growth and commercial success. He will join the group from 1st January 2022.

The Go-Ahead Group is pleased to announce the appointment of Fabian Amini as Chief Executive of its rail operations in Germany. Fabian, 46, is a highly experienced leader in the rail industry with a track record of delivering passenger growth and commercial success. He will join the group from 1st January 2022.

Fabian began his transport career at Deutsche Bahn, where he held a series of senior roles in corporate strategy, management, and oversight of rolling stock over the course of 11 years. Since 2015, he has been at Transdev, most recently as Chief Executive of the company’s rail transport services in Bavaria, BRB.

Go-Ahead began operating local rail in Baden-Wurttemberg in 2019, operating more than 10 million train kilometers annually. The group is due to expand by taking on two additional rail networks in Bavaria in 2021 and 2022, with initial passenger services to start in December. Go-Ahead employs more than 550 people in Germany.

David Brown, Chief Executive of The Go-Ahead Group, said: “I’m very pleased that we have secured the services of such an experienced, proven leader as Fabian. This appointment underlines our commitment to the German market, where we see positive opportunities for the future. We are well underway in mobilization for our additional network in Bavaria and we look forward to beginning passenger services there shortly.”

Fabian Amini said: “After more than six years at BRB, I am looking forward to the new challenges ahead and the opportunity to drive forward and shape the future of public transport in Germany”,

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