GEODIS in sustainability agreement with Ariston | ti-insight.com

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The agreement between the companies will allow the sustainable transportation of Ariston goods throughout the Italian territory thanks to GEODIS low-carbon vehicles.

The new low CO2 emission fleet of towing vehicles is owned by GEODIS and customised by the Ariston Thermo Group. The partnership will allow the vehicles, classified as semi-trailers, to transport goods (including Ariston’s hybrid systems and heat pumps) throughout most of Italy, especially in Marche, Campania, Piedmont, Veneto, Tuscany and Emilia–Romagna regions. Ariston has always been a promoter of sustainability values with products designed to offer people maximum comfort, with high attention to the environment.

The cooperation agreement was announced in the town of Genga (Ancona), meant to underline the deep relation between the Ariston brand and the Marche Region. In fact, in this region, to be precise in Fabriano, the Ariston Thermo Group was founded 90 years ago and now boasts 8 production plants in Italy.

“We express great satisfaction for the launch of this new logistics partnership, consolidating our knowhow in a sector that we master. We have gained significant experience in this field and we are becoming an important benchmark,” stated Francesco Cazzaniga, President and CEO of GEODIS in Italy. “Meeting the needs, the business of a customer like Ariston is also an excellent opportunity to confirm our attention to sustainability and the territory. A collaboration looking to the future, actively supporting the production and transport’s recovery in Italy”.

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Ariston promotes once again the values linked to Italianness and respect for the environment, choosing a partner who is equally attentive to this philosophy. In addition, the brand aims to distribute its products throughout the Italian territory in order to offer maximum comfort and efficiency to anyone who so desires.

Source: GEODIS


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