With 80 years of business and experience, Logistica F.lli Ferrara is a guarantee for quality.
With us you will have the security of knowing that every activity is constantly monitored thanks to our efficient management system - from pick-up of the goods to their final destination.
We employ a competent workforce and implement regular training to provide our customers with the best service. We are also committed to reducing our impact on the environment by continually upgrading our fleet of trucks and through a rooftop photovoltaic system.
Our strengths are:
FLEXIBILITY, ON-TIME DELIVERY, ETHICS, RELIABILITY AND CUSTOMER LOYALTY
Our company was founded way back in 1939 as Trasporti Ferrara Antonio. The small individual entrepreneurship was operated from the town of Piove di Sacco and an agency in Padua overlooking the city’s Piazza Mazzini square. It distributed all kinds of goods in and around the region, in the beginning with horse-drawn carriages and later, in the postwar period, using the petrol-powered vehicles (converted to methane gas) that had been used by the allied troops.
Later, in 1963, sons Giovanni, Luigi and Caterino continued the work of their father and created the company Trasporti F.lli Ferrara fu Antonio s.n.c., establishing the warehouses and administrative offices in Piove di Sacco and a branch office in Padua. Their goal was to become the point of reference for the companies in the area requiring transportation services.
Later, as the company’s experience and success grew, Trasporti F.lli Ferrara expanded its contract distribution services to the whole of northern and central Italy and in 1994, it specialised in the transport of ADR-classified dangerous goods.
In 2001, the company evolved into a private limited company (by quotas), with the sons of the three brothers at the helm, respectively: Alessandro, Antonio and Franco. At the same time, construction began on the two warehouses with under-roof floor surface area totalling over 8,000 square metres on a 44,000-metre building lot situated in the new industrial park of Cantarana di Cona (Venice).
In 2006, the warehouse was brought to compliance with the so-called Seveso III directive pursuant to Italian legislative decree 105/2015 and licensed for the storage of dangerous goods.
In 2009, LFF’s dangerous goods warehouse became the first in the country to self-sustain by harvesting renewable solar energy with its own 40 Kwp photovoltaic system.
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