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Our new logistics address for fruit and vegetables in Northeastern Italy

Ortalba Srl, with warehouse in Sommacampagna (Verona), operates on an insulated surface area for the storage of goods of 1500 m2, of which 1030 are refrigerated, and which lies a few km from the Verona market and 1 km from the motorway entrance.

Inside the structure there are 3 cold rooms of 1030 m2 up to 0 degrees thus ensuring the cold chain. The building has an asphalted square of 3500 square meters for parking trucks.

The main activities envisaged within the structures are:

Transshipments and logistics, the loading and unloading of carriers, verification and control of packaging, pallet storage in cold rooms, porterage and assembly activities, document management and  relations with carriers.

We organize transports for Italy, Europe and Overseas. The warehouse is operational 24/7, with prior notice needed for night-time unloading.

We are also equipped with:

● fire prevention system
● burglar alarm system
● surveillance cameras

A restaurant service is provided, a few meters from the warehouse, with toilets and showers for the drivers.

Vittorio Grasso, manager of the transhipment & logistics sector, tells us: "We are already active with logistics for the transshipment of pallets from abroad to northern and southern Italy and we want to increase our activity on the Italian territory and for export. Let us service your logistical and transport needs. We have some refrigerated trucks available and we work with the major carriers in the sector. We are also able to store fruit and vegetables and gradually sell them to customers in northern Italy."

For more information: 
Ortalba S.r.l. Vittorio Emanuele, 112/D
37069 Villafranca di Verona (VR)
+39 366 6314643 

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