Alha takes over Verona airport cargo warehousing

Italy’s Alha Group has taken over all airport cargo warehouse activities in Verona Valerio Catullo Airport from the current service provider, Verona Cargo.

Lorenzo Schettini, chief executive of Alha, said that the company is opening new stations and is currently focused on the Italian North-East, adding: “Online activities in the new Verona cargo terminal will further improve our network, providing a strategically positioned platform for off-line distribution”.

Alha Group activities have grown recently with ramp services, said Schettini, adding: “We are driving this growth by focusing in service integration and process standardization.”

He stated: “It is our commitment to improve and increase our network so that we, as service providers, can guarantee our maximum support both to the airlines and to the forwarding agents and help them achieving profitable results where the market demand is.”

Alha Group, based in Florence, operates cargo terminals in Milan Malpensa and Rome Fiumicino airports, ramp handling services in Malpensa, a dozen off-airport warehouses and more than 1,000 trucking connections per week.

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