Interroll starts direct operations in Italy

Located in Rho, near the international fairground of Milan, Interroll Italia will serve all Italian customers to benefit from the experience of a global company
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
June 10, 2013 - MMH Editorial

Interroll Group enlarges its subsidiaries country list with Italy. Located in Rho, Milan, Interroll will count on its own crew, headed by Maurizio Catino. The decision of the opening of an Italian site came with the certainty that the Italian market is ready to be assisted directly by Interroll’s global experience and its highly committed and skilled team.

The Interroll Group is one of the world’s leading specialists within the field of internal logistics. Headquartered in Switzerland, the exchange-listed company employs around 1,500 people at 29 enterprises around the globe. Interroll products are deployed at well-known global brands such as Amazon, Bosch, Coca-Cola, Coop, DHL, FedEx, Peugeot, PepsiCo, Procter & Gamble, Siemens, USPS, Walmart or Yamaha, to name a few.

Interroll is now fully ready to sustain the Italian market directly. In short the power of its brand can help customers in certifying the high quality standards and the reliability of its products and solutions. System Integrators and OEMs alike will be able to rely on Interroll’s shortest delivery capabilities and the outstanding processes to guarantee quality and technology leadership. As an innovative partner, Interroll is keen to foster partnerships with the leading System Integrators and OEMs in Italy for the sake of offering first-class internal logistics solutions to the Industry.

Interroll is particularly looking after the food processing area, where Italy counts on a real world leadership, the e-commerce branch, where figures show a really interesting growth of the sector in Italy, the parcel and postal service, strictly related also to the e-commerce area, airport security and logistics, where Italy has many airports facilities being one the most popular touristic destination, and industry and its automation in general.

Interroll was formerly represented in Italy by Rulmeca Mr Zumbühl states: “We deeply analyzed the market and its trend and came to the conclusion that the time has come to take care of the Italian market ourselves. Moreover we are sure to add high quality and excellence in technology and solutions related to our entire range of products. We are already well established in a number of Italian primary companies and have a unique set of experience to deliver core products in the areas of material handling – much more than the Italian market was used to before. Our financial strength allows us to constantly invest in R&D for the benefit of our customers, and we want to establish a constant dialogue with our customers to understand from first-hand what exactly their problems are, which concerns they have to propose the right solution, to develop the right product evolution, in short to play our role as world leader in the logistics.”



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