J&L TRASPORTI has inaugurated its new headquarters in the Interporto Sito area of Rivalta di Torino, on the outskirts of Turin.

The new headquarters, which houses the commercial and administrative offices, covers an area of approximately 11,000 square metres, with over 5,000 square metres dedicated to warehousing.

“Within our logistics platform, the Turin hub has always been strategic. This project,” says Ivan Senatore, “will give our network a further degree of international appeal. The freight village plays an important role in logistics on a European and global scale, and increasing the surface area of the warehouse is of great strategic value to us.

The Turin hub is connected on a daily basis with our hubs in Italy, France, Poland and Romania, and more and more customers, both Italian and foreign, are asking to combine logistics and transport services. Thanks to the 5,000 square metres of warehousing space at the new site, we will be able to extend our industrial logistics services with covered or uncovered warehousing, material storage with possible processing, palletising with dedicated staff, and simplified procedures….

Now that e-commerce, in particular, is driving demand for vehicles, but also for facilities capable of offering cutting-edge logistics services, we have decided to invest in expanding our network of transit points located throughout Europe to enable J&L Trasporti to achieve the best possible synergies and economies of scale.

In our development plan, the Turin Hub is fundamental for simplifying and speeding up deliveries throughout Piedmont, Valle d’Aosta and Lombardy and as a logistics base for sorting goods throughout Europe”.

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