Parma freight village is a far-ranging set of buildings, roads, railways and facilities that receive, store, handle and sort out the goods, that provides services to the companies that work there as well as to the commodities that pass through there.
The freight village covers an area of over 2.5 million square metres. It is home to about one hundred logistic, shipping and distribution companies, employing a total of about 1600 staff. Parma freight terminal is strategically located at the crossroads with Italy’s main road and train connections, next to the Tyrrhenian-Brenner thoroughfare and Europe’s main Corridors.
The access gate to the freight village ensures safety and traceability of goods in transit
Service area, Restaurant and Hotel are just a few of the services available to operators and guests, inside the freight village
Head Office and the Customs Offices
The Container Terminal occupies an area of … square meters
Bologna-Milan A1 highway and motorway link A1-A15 Parma-La Spezia
It includes the headquarters, the Customs offices, a railway terminal, a bank agency, a hotel, a bar&restaurant, a petrol station and several parking lots. The area has Wi-Fi connection.
“A consistent set of integrated facilities and services for the exchange of goods between different transport modes, which always includes a railway station, where full train sets may be put together or received, and which is well connected to ports, airports and highways”. (Act 240/90 )