Savino Del Bene is a multinational company operating worldwide in international shipments and logistics support services.
Established in Florence in 1899, over the decades the company has grown and specialized to reach its actual position as the largest Italian shipping company.
With a network of more than 282 offices and over 4.400 employees across the five continents, the company manages air, sea, and land transport services through established relationships with the best carriers. When requested, it offers tailor-made logistics solutions for the shipment and distribution of any type of merchandise.
Customer satisfaction is at the very foundation of Savino Del Bene’s mission, and has been since its inception. Consistent with its QHSE Policy (Quality, Health, Safety and Environment), Savino Del Bene is committed to training and updating its staff in every department, with the belief that this business attitude is the main reason behind its customers’ loyalty.
Savino Del Bene’s organization in Vertical Markets demonstrates all the specializations the company has developed over the years: Automotive and Agricultural Machinery, Fashion, Wholesale and Retail, Food & Beverage, Fresh Fruits & Vegetables, High-tech, Marble, Stone & Ceramic Tiles, Pharma & Healthcare and Project Cargo. For each of these, the company offers dedicated logistics solutions and services.
To support the shipping and logistics process, the internal company Savino Del Bene IT develops and proposes a myriad of solutions that minimize risks, costs, and distribution times. Operating in complete transparency and with secure data and transactions, the traceability of flows and the exchange of information with the customer and its information systems are guaranteed.
The company’s main resources are its men and women, and their skills and abilities are recognized as the true added value.
For over 120 years the historical, human, and cultural values of Savino Del Bene have been inherited by every office and spokesperson everywhere in the world.
“No venture, no matter how small, cannot start and end without three things: power, knowledge and a loving will.”
(Anonymous Florentine of the 14th century)