Covering a full range of bus, tramway, metro and train services its 49,000 employees manage and operate more than 230 road and rail networks in 20 countries throughout the world.
Connex worldwide is responsible for over 1 billion passenger trips per year and posted a 2001 revenue of A$5.5 billion.
Connex is well established in Europe and has a strong presence in the United States, South America and in Asia Pacific.
Its main expertise in managing integrated urban and right-of-way transport systems has made Connex a leading operator in metropolitan transportation.
Connex Group Australia was established in 1997 and since that time has been successful in securing transport operations encompassing buses, trams, trains and monorail in Australia and the Pacific.
Connex Group Australia employs 1,300 staff with yearly revenue around $220 million and is responsible for 80 million passenger trips per year.
Since 1997, Connex Group Australia has expanded significantly with plans to continue development both in Australia and Asia Pacific.
As with Connex Worldwide, Connex Group Australia's expansion is based on its expertise, decentralised organisation, aggresive commercial capacity and a long lasting relationship and mutual trust with the local Authoirty.
South Wales Operations:
Buses: In late 1999 Connex NSW purchased Southtrans Bus Company and was rebranded to Connex Southtrans in August 2000. Connex NSW has since been successful in purchasing other private bus operators such as Pioneer Coaches (January 2001) and Crossley's (November 2001). Today this network is now known as 'Connex'.