Ceccarelli Group: a complete transport, logistics and IT management service
In a panorama characterized by a season of development (from the latest report by the Pordenone-Udine Trade Commission, Friuli Venezia Giulia shows a growth in exports of 22.4%) the Ceccarelli Group is inserted as a precious partner of companies, able to offer a wide range of services ranging from transport and logistics to IT management. Founded in 1979 as a national courier services company, today it presents itself as a group led by Luca Ceccarelli, the second generation in the company, where the various divisions accompany local companies in their activity on the markets, simplifying operations as much as possible. The group ended 2022 with a turnover of 52 million euros and 220 direct collaborators.
"Transport has always been our core business - explains Ceccarelli - however we understood that to be competitive we needed an upgrade, so we expanded our offer both on logistics and on IT systems. This led in 2017 to the birth of Euro's, a company dedicated to developing software both for us and for our customers. We are now able to offer a complete package to customers, both with dedicated development solutions and by interfacing with their ERP and WMS." In reality, the Ceccarelli Group had already made a leap in quality after the financial crisis of 2008. "Local companies have shifted important amounts of turnover towards international markets - says Ceccarelli - we have adapted by accompanying them in this process of search for the best partners or anticipating subsequent market changes".
On the logistics front, important investments were concentrated which led to the birth of the LogLab division in 2018, for engineering consultancy, business process review, personnel recruitment and logistics space allocation. "We offer these services both inbound, intervening on site, or outbound, receiving the customer's goods in our logistics centers in Tolmezzo (6500 m2) and Pradamano (8500 m2). A third pole of 16,000 m2 will be active from spring it will serve the Pordenone-Treviso area."
Ad aprile nascerà l'azienda Cursor srl, spin-off della divisione internazionale per ampliare l'offerta europea di trasporto anche con le nuove partnership in Spagna, Portogallo e Gran Bretagna. "Nostra ambizione - conclude Ceccarelli - è di diventare l'operatore di riferimento per il Nord Est".
Article by the Corriere della Sera