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APRILE 2023 PAG. 63 - Euroservice offers On-Call Customs Services to Users


After a positive 2022, 2023, is slowing down, mainly because of the reduction in production and increases in costs of electricity. The crisis continues incessantly and this, apart from affecting traffic volumes, makes it impossible to programme. This change in the world also has an effect on the Na-Polo a logistics centre north of Naples born from an idea of Roberto Anatrella. It is here with his Euroservice that he completely restructured a factory to create a 26,000 mt unit covering the whole cycle of goods.

Today, with 20,000 mt of parking 4000 mt dedicated to customs for national transport, mainly for industry, Euroservice is aiming to invest more resources to add another thousand square metres to customs stores and make them available to its clients.

Mr Anatrella explained “we offer the possibility of holding imported freight  without paying duties until the goods are wholly or partially taken out and put into production. Mr Anatrella has more than 40 years of experience since starting young in the Naples area and then deciding to set up in business. He has simply followed the same principle: “look after the details and be able to interpret in advance the market requirements which are becoming ever more complex. As a result, we are able to offer services made to measure while understanding the reality of having to respect standardisation of economies of scale in our current reality where it is becoming more economic for certain productive segments to hold more inventory. The choice of making available custom spaces ad hoc has been the right choice and helps to balance the differences between supply and demand. The service has become a logistics point of reference for example in the importation of raw coffee from the major international producers in South America and the Far East to be then passed to the important commercial trade names in the sector. This model was particularly successful in the period immediately after the pandemic with shipping difficulties and enormous increases in shipping costs. Having the goods in deposit has enabled our customers to supply their customers and to amortise as much as possible the extra costs of that difficult time”. 

The service is integrated with maritime helped by the short distance to the port of Naples. Over the years the group led by Roberto Antrella has won its own special space in the Italian market and is now looking outside Italy exploring the potential markets of Cyprus and Malta. At the same time the company is working to increase its offer and its position in the aircraft sector. “We are certified as IATA agents and the next objective is to enter solid partnerships to operate in Naples airport (Capodichino) or in any other airport structure of interest to our clients”.

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