Is Keolis the only bad company involved in WWII atrocities?
Keolis is a French transportation infrastructure company very active in running US transit systems as a part of outsourcing contracts to manage publicly-owned infrastructure.
They are on one of the bidding teams to construct the Purple Line light rail system in Suburban Maryland ("Opposition to Maryland rail line bidder raises" and "Maryland lawmaker says he won’t jeopardize Purple Line funding with Holocaust bill," Washington Post). (They recently won the bid to run the MBTA commuter railroad service. See "Losing bidder goes to court to block commuter rail deal" from the Boston Globe.)
Their bid in Maryland is being challenged because the SNCF railroad in France, which owns 70% of the Keolis company, transported Jews to German death camps during World War II.
Then again, General Motors and Ford manufacturing plants in Germany were used to construct equipment for the German side ("Nazis rode to war on GM wheels," San Francisco Chronicle). Henry Ford was a strong supporter of Hitler in the pre-war period. GM also provided lead additives to improve the reliability of gasoline. Chase Bank had nefarious dealings as did Kodak and IBM.
I understand the opportunity to use contracting as a leveraging point. But...