Located in the Milan-Genoa-Turin industrial triangle, Interporto Rivalta Scrivia is controlled by Fagioli Group and operates in the logistics intermodal sector. It represents the largest italian directly-managed logistics infrastructure.
It is a multi-functional logistics hub which has been managing various types of goods on behalf of third parties since the 1960s, controlling the entire logistics cycle: receipt (via train or via camion, by road), storage at its own warehouses, processing, sorting and final distribution of goods. Interporto is officially recognized as a remote dock of Genoa harbour.
The infrastructure operated by Interporto Rivalta Scrivia spans an area of approximately 1.4 million square metres, of which around 350 million square metres are covered areas (warehouses and offices) and around 300 million square metres are "open areas" dedicated to railways and movement / parking of containers. Through its subsidiary Rivalta Terminal Europe (in partnership with Gavio group, alonside with some local institutions and authorities), a new railways terminal has been realized in an area of 800,000 square metres adjacent to the Rivalta Scrivia terminal.
The participation has been sold in October 2011.