With works on Express Trailers’ new logistics hub in Genoa, Italy “now at a very advanced stage”, Luciano Bacigalupi, Managing Director of Express Trailers S.r.l, says that despite the many challenges since the start of this collaborative process three years ago, “I am very happy to say that we still managed to reach our target”.
Mr Bacigalupi praises Express Group and the founding Vella family, whom he has known for over 20 years, for their “dynamic and well-rooted family business,” adding that “when they decided to internationalise the business and to do that in Genoa, I was not surprised at all but nonetheless, honoured to accept their proposal to cooperate in the new setup.”
Having joined the company three years ago, the Managing Director says that since the spring of 2018, after Express Trailers S.r.l was established and acquired the area for building the new hub, discussions began on integrating his former company and team with Express Trailers’ new internationalistation project.
“Today, two years since the start of this collaborative journey and despite the impact of this pandemic on our business plan, I am very happy to say that we still managed to reach our target and be where we were expecting to be,” says Mr Bacigalupi, “at a stage where the deep roots and strong values of a successful family business have been wisely combined with the professional and skilled management of our team.”
“We are witnessing a very unique and successful synergy, and this is very motivating for us,” he adds.
As a member of the “orange family”, Mr Bacigalupi says that his and his team’s duty “is to promote the orange fleet in Italy, for the same qualities it is respected here in Malta.”
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