- Managing director & Deputy Managing Director: Vincent Tshiongo Ngalula,
- General Secretary in charge of Human Resources, Social and Legal (SRG): Patrick Sergant,
- Human Resources Manager and Social Affairs (DRHAS): Jeanne Luta Natshilombo
- Technical Manager (DTEC): Stanislas Malandala Kalombo
- Rail Infrastructure (SRI) Manager: to be filled
- Regions Manager (DR): Marc Manyanga Ndambo
- Chief Operating Officer (DEXP): to be filled
- Finance and Information Systems Manager (DFSI): Patricia Nzondjou Nzeale
- Projects and Supply Manager (DPA): Salihou Bouba
- Marketing & Business Manager Development: to be filled
Structures attached to General Management (GM)
- General Secretary in charge of Human Resources, Social and Legal (GIS): Patrick Sergant
- Head of missions: Mbutwile Ilunga and Mbiye
- Department Marketing & Business Development: to be filled
- Attached to the GM in charge of General Services: Nvumvu Mvanzi
- GM representation in Kinshasa (DRK): Nestor Wassa wa Gombele
- Audit Department and rail safety: Omanga Osudu
- Management and Quality Control department: Samy Tayuhe Shongo
- Communication Department: Omalanga Pele
SNCC has five railway operating regions:
The northern region is headquartered in Kananga, with following boundaries: Kaniama included to Ilebo (787 km). It is headed by Mr Monsengo Mpissa.
The Copperbelt region
Formerly known as the Southern region, the Copperbelt region is headquartered in Likasi, and is 1014 km long from Sakania, border included, Tenke included up to Dilolo included. It is headed by Mr Kabusongi Kiwele.
The region River-Rail
The new management of the region called River-Rail which is headquartered in Kindu, has as boundaries: Kabalo excluded, Kisangani and extends on 5O66 km of track and 310 km on the river. It is headed by Mr Kyombe wa Umba.
The central region has as limits: Tenke excluded, Kamina, Kaniama excluded; Kabongo included which equals to 755 km. It is under Mr Maracto Mara management.
The Great Lakes region formerly known as Eastern region is headquartered in Kalemie. It manages 518 km of rail, over 1531 km of lakes and stretches from Kalemie-Kabalo included; Kabongo excluded. It is led by Oscar Mutompwela Ilunga.