Who we are

About Thales Alenia Space

Who we are

About Thales Alenia Space

A Joint Venture between Thales (67%) and Leonardo (33%), Thales Alenia Space is a global space manufacturer delivering, for more than 40 years, high-tech solutions for telecommunications, navigation, Earth Observation, environmental management, exploration, science and orbital infrastructures. Thanks to our diversity of skills, talents and cultures, our customers (governments, institutions, space agencies, telecommunications operators), therefore have Space to Connect, Secure & Defend, Observe & Protect, Explore, Travel & Navigate. We also team up with Telespazio to form the Space Alliance, which offers a complete range of solutions including services. We are willing to have a win-win approach shared both with our partners and customers. The company recorded consolidated revenues of 2.2 billion euros in 2022 and has 8,500 employees. We operate in ten countries, with 17 facilities in Europe and an industrial plant in the United States.

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Thales Alenia space in numbers

BILLION
Thales Alenia Space posted consolidated revenues of 2.2 billion euros in 2022
around 8,500 employees in ten countries
PLANTS IN WORLD
We are present in 10 countries with 17 sites in Europe and a plant in the US.
BILLION
Thales Alenia Space posted consolidated revenues of 2.2 billion euros in 2022
around 8,500 employees in ten countries
PLANTS IN WORLD
We are present in 10 countries with 17 sites in Europe and a plant in the US.
BILLION
Thales Alenia Space posted consolidated revenues of 2.2 billion euros in 2022
around 8,500 employees in ten countries
PLANTS IN WORLD
We are present in 10 countries with 17 sites in Europe and a plant in the US.

SPACE FOR LIFE, Thales Alenia Space's aspiration! #spaceforlife

We believe in Space as humankind’s new horizon to build a better, sustainable Life on Earth.

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In Space, governments, institutions and companies rely on Thales Alenia Space to design, operate and deliver satellite-based systems that help them position and connect anyone or anything, everywhere, help observe our planet, help optimize the use of our planet's – and our solar system’s – resources.

Governance

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Franco Ongaro

Chairman of Thales Alenia Space Supervisory Board

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Hervé Derrey

Chief Executive Officer

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Massimo Comparini

Deputy CEO, Senior Executive Vice President Observation, Exploration and Navigation

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Marc-Henri Serre

Executive Vice President of Telecommunications activities

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Bertrand Maureau

Chief Operating Officer

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Martin Van Schaik

SVP Sales & Marketing

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Christophe Valorge

Chief Technical Officer

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Riadh Cammoun

Vice President Institutional Affairs and Executive Committee member

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Delphine Knab

Senior Vice President Strategy, Innovation, Mergers & Acquisitions and New Business Initiatives

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Roberto Minella

Roberto Minella

Executive Vice President European Countries & Equipment

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Eric Manzon

Chief Financial Officer

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Edouard Ricard

Vice President Legal & Contracts, Chief Compliance Officer

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Laura Berneri

Communications Director

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Cecilia Navarra

Vice President Human Resources

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Ethics & compliance

Ethics code

Ethics and corporate responsibility have a profound influence on the way companies manage their business. The manner in which an Ethics policy based on these principles is defined and implemented reflects the conviction of Thales - and therefore Thales Alenia Space - leadership team and the active engagement of all of its members. Acting with integrity and transparently is clearly of capital importance. The ethics policy laid out in this Code of Ethics contributes to the trust that Thales Alenia Space must maintain as a basis for their relationships with all of their stakeholders. We believe that our collective contribution to Thales Alenia Space’s reputation, performance and sustainability hinges on irreproachable conduct by all our employees.

The present Code of Ethics lays down the guidelines of behavior applicable within Thales but also Thales Alenia Space, towards employees, customers, suppliers, subcontractors and partners, shareholders, financial markets, as well as towards civil society as a whole.

Supplier integrity charter

The relationship between our Partners and Suppliers is an important component for building sustainable business success. As illustrated via this document initiated by Thales, Thales Alenia Space expects from its Partners and Suppliers full compliance with all applicable laws and regulations of the countries where they are registered, as well as where operations are managed or services provided. In this respect, the Partners and Suppliers Integrity & Corporate Responsibility Charter represents a minimum standard of best practice.

Code of conduct - Prevention of corruption and influence peddling

This Code, produced by Thales, provides a brief and simple description of the key issues around the prevention of corruption and influence peddling, and a set of recommendations to be followed in the various situations that Thales Alenia Space employees may encounter. It is supplemented by broader and more detailed instructions and guides to ethical business conduct in our reference system.

Committed to respecting the laws and ethical principles that regulate its activities, Thales has set up a "Thales Alert Line " alert platform to report any conduct or situation that does not comply with the Group's internal rules or with applicable laws and regulations.