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Arriva Italia

A leading transport company

Arriva Italia is the Arriva Group’s italian branch. Present on the Italian market since 2002, managing around 5% of the market shares, it provides both urban and extra-urban transport services mainly in Northern Italy, as well as shuttle services to Turin and Milan airports.

Arriva Italia operates transport services in Valle d’Aosta, in the provinces of Torino, Brescia, Bergamo, Lecco and Cremona, and as a holding company has the majority of stakes in Arriva Udine and Arriva Veneto and the minority in ASF Autolinee and Trieste Trasporti.

Arriva Italia strengthened its position through the acquisition of local public transport companies or with cooperation in joint venture with public partners.

Currently, Arriva Italia manages public transport services for circa 100 million of bus/km per year, 2500 vehicles and 3500 employees.

In 2012 Arriva Italia Rail, rail services dedicated start-up, was founded.

Travelling towards a new mobility

“Local public transport will have an absolutely central role within the new normal that we are all going to experience: the real and concrete possibility of becoming the engine of the restart is looming.

We want to bring people back to streets, clubs. Cities. All this, of course, with high focus on the matters of safety and sustainability “.

Angelo Costa, Managing Director

Our Mission

Our business is people mobility: we commit to develop integrated mobility services so the public transports could become the preferred mobility choice by our customer.

We offer services to the people, so we will be even more connected thanks to our highly motivated employees, better technologies and significant relations with our customers and partners.

We are proud, everywhere we operate, to serve societies and local communities which count on us.

The Quality/Safety/Environment – Company Social Responsibility is at the very core of the decisions and processes that lead the activity and the company development. A group like Arriva, which everyday offers an essential service to millions of people around Europe, must develop his activities considering not only the quality of the service offered and the attention for the customers, but also the social and environmental impact his activities are generating and the effects of such activities on local communities.

For Arriva, this means to limit as much as possible the impact of the activities on the environment, to grant a safe workplace for the employees, to offer quality ad safe vehicles to passengers and act as an active player in the territories in which operates.

Arriva Italia has a policy which includes:

  • Excellent Service – offer high quality transport services
  • Strategic Partnerships – cooperate with public entities to implement innovative and sustainable solutions
  • Continuous Improvement – apply the SGI Quality/Safety/Environment norms in order to reach a continuous improvement
  • Guiding the Future – have a lead role in the future innovations
  • Grow Together – give values to our employees

 

Management

  • CEO: Angelo Costa
  • CFO: Paolo Girino
  • COO: Valentina Astori
  • Human Resources Director: Pietro Brunetti
  • Engineering Director: Flavio Balsi
  • Legal Director: Silvia Di Stefano

Board members:

  • Presiden: Luigi Roth
  • CEO: Angelo Costa
  • Counsellor: Valentina Astori
  • Counsellor: Aniello Semplice
  • Counsellor: Pietro Brunetti
  • Counsellor: Paolo Girino

Members of the board of statutory auditors:

  • President: Alessandro Pampuri
  • Auditor: Matteo Moretti
  • Auditor: Franco Maurizio Lagro
  • Alternate Auditor: Emanuela Rollino
  • Alternate Auditor: Carlo Ciardiello

Our history

2002
SAB Acquisition

Arriva acquires the SAB Group and takes over minority interests in KM and Trieste Trasporti

2004
Company entry into SAF

Arriva acquires 49% of SAF

2005
Company entry into SADEM

Arriva acquires 80% of SADEM and increases its stake in SAF to 60%

2007
ASF Como

Through the subsidiary Omnibus, Arriva – together with the Ferrovie Nord – acquires 49% of ASF Como

2008
100% SADEM

Arriva acquires the entire share capital of SADEM

2009
Arriva Italia

Arriva Italia, the Italian holding of the group, is born

2012
Rail

Arriva Italia Rail is born

2014
Expo 2015

Arriva is the “people mobility partner” of Expo 2015

2015
100% KM

Arriva acquires the entire share capital of KM

2016
100% SAVDA

Arriva acquires 100% of SAVDA

2021
One Company

Arriva Italia merges its fully controlled subsidiaries and become the operator