Activities of The SNCB

The activities of the SNCB are grouped into 4 major divisions:

The SNCB organises the railway transport of passengers both nationally (SNCB Mobility) and internationally (SNCB Europe).  These sectors of activity are managed separately in order to provide a flexible policy to respond positively to the needs of each customer type.  International passenger transport is a commercial activity in a highly competitive market. International rail traffic was completely liberalised in 2010. Internal passenger transport is a public service mission entrusted to the SNCB by the government. A management contract determines the services to be provided by the SNCB on behalf of the government (as concerns the availability of trains, tariffs, services, etc). 

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