An intuition at the origin of everything.

Everything started at the end of the Seventies.


In 1976, the General Transport Plan involved the construction of a freight village in the Nola-Marigliano industrial district, 30km from Naples. The Neapolitan entrepreneurs who had set up CIS, currently Italy’s main B2B commercial distribution centre, sensed the opportunity of setting up a logistics infrastructure to support their business. They therefore took on the establishment of the Nola freight village by founding Interporto Campano SpA which, in 1989, was granted the concession until 2080 by the Campania Regional Authority for the design, construction and management of the logistics platform. Works started in 1991 and the first lots were inaugurated in 1998. The railway and intermodal systems became fully operational in 1999, as the first freight train arrived at the freight village. In 2003, Interporto Campano acquired new property where cutting-edge logistics warehouses intended for large operators were built. The first lot of the “Extension” stage was completed in 2011, to be allotted to the Alstom maintenance facilities of Italo bullet trains. In 2018, Nola’s freight village was included in the Special Economic Zones (SEZ) of the Campania region.