Group Milestones

  • 1930

    Alberti family operates powered goods vehicles on Italian domestic trades


  • 1958

    Alberti & Santi created


  • 1974

    International haulage started first trip to UK

  • 1979

    Trans Ferry created and appointed Agent for Cross Channel operators Sealink and Townsend Thoresen


  • 1985

    Plose created and start offering toll payment and VAT refund solutions


  • 1991

    Plose Ate created and start full logistic support to abnormal loads transports

  • 1994

    Eurotunnel open – Trans Ferry appointed agent in Italy and Alberti & Santi start intermodal operations


  • 1997

    Plose Hungaria created to service customers in Eastern Europe

    Completion of Piacenza Intermodale Terminal, of which Alberti & Santi is founding partner

  • 2001

    Industrial Real Estate developments started

  • 2002

    Group subsidiaries opened and operations started in Spain, UK, France, Benelux


  • 2003

    Yes Money created and granted banking license

  • 2005

    Group subsidiaries opened and operations established in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Czech & Slovak Republics

  • 2006

    Yes Money card launched – first prepaid card tailored to haulage industry corporate expenses


  • 2009

    Adriatic Lines created and Ravenna/Igoumenitsa/Corinth Ro-Ro service started


    Pall-ex Italia start operation – distribution and logistics of palletised cargo

  • 2010

    Adriatic Lines suspend operations due to industrial actions in Corinth

    Energy business unit established – 4MW photovoltaic plants installed


  • 2011

    Group subsidiary Trans Modal start commercial partnerships with intermodal operators Hupac, AFA and Okoembi

    Real Estate, Energy and Logistic Business Units spinned-off

  • 2013

    Group corporate image rebranded into 360 Payment Solutions and commercial operations enhanced


  • 2015

    IDS – Plose agreement; IDS customers will be able to arrange payment for motorway tolls across Europe through Plose services.

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