GEFCO ITALIA JOIN TO ALIS

Gefco italia, world leader of international logistics, associates to ALIS

A.L.I.S. keeps raising interest of important logistics operators and announces that a new group leader of industrial logistics has associated.

We are talking about GEFCO ITALIA, world leader in integrated logistics – said Guido Grimaldi, President of the AssociationThe fact that a company like GEFCO ITALIA wants to be part of ALIS means that we are giving the right answers to necessities of logistics sector and intermodality. The trust received by such an important Group represents an incentive to carry on, with greater dedication and belief, every effort to state the importance of the logistics and transports world for the success of many productive sectors.

GEFCO ITALIA, Italian branch of GEFCO Group, projects and implements optimized logistics solutions for manufacturing companies, offering high-value-added services to enforce their competitivity. GEFCO’s services are the result of 65 years of experience, in particular in the automotive sector which is one of the most complex and challenging. Present in 150 countries, GEFCO is one of the biggest European Groups with a 4,2 billion euros revenue and 12.000 employees. With over 300 offices around the World, GEFCO develops its presence over the five continents. GEFCO is present in Italy since 1987 with 12 offices and 210 employees.

The mission of GEFCO is guaranteeing high-standard of logistics services in a market which is extremely competitive pursuing efficiency of the intermodal chain, with specific attention to environmental sustainability – says Fernando Reis Pinto, General Director of GEFCO ITALIAand defying more solid and competitive schemes of multimodal transport for the development of our Country. In a market characterized by a raising importance of logistics, this is a great challenge which matches perfectly with the principles of the Association that represents the necessities of the whole sector.

 A.L.I.S. promotes sustainable intermodal logistics through the internationalisation of companies, the relaunch of the South Italy, territorial continuity with the islands and represents its associates at institutional and European counterparts.