MILAN MALPENSA CARGO: AT THE SERVICE OF BUSINESSES THAT LOOK AT THE WORLD
Milan Malpensa Cargo, in the heart of the most industrialized area of Italy, is in a barycentric position with respect to the south-central part of Europe.
Within a radius of 300 km you can find the Italian regions with the highest industrial density and with the greatest import-export flows (Piedmont, Lombardy, Veneto, Emilia-Romagna, and Tuscany) and important production centers in Switzerland and France.
Malpensa is the leader for air cargo in Southern Europe. An efficient road network in continuous development allows incoming and outgoing flows of goods to easily reach the most important operating bases of the major shipping companies and the main logistics operators in Italy and in the main neighboring countries (Switzerland, France, Austria, Germany, Spain, Slovenia, Croatia).
Milan Malpensa Cargo provides all the necessary services to manage goods with the highest standards of quality, safety, and reliability.
The services are provided by handling companies or other independent operators that operate in compliance with the laws and regulations of the sector, according to operating protocols also controlled by the Airport Manager.
The airport can assist any type of goods: from huge pieces of machinery to small urgent express products and e-commerce. Specialized structures of the highest quality standards are available for special goods (perishable, pharmaceutical, live animals, food products).
The presence in Cargo City of all the control authorities (Customs, Air Health, Veterinary Service, Phytopathological Service, etc.) ensures the possibility of carrying out import and export operations quickly and efficiently.
The quality and efficiency of the Milano Malpensa Cargo services are measured by a series of indicators in the airport's Service & Goods Charter. The airport services are measured with quantitative and qualitative parameters in the various sectors: acceptance of goods on departure, unloading and loading of vehicles, availability of incoming goods, waiting at the counters.
Malpensa airport is the first Italian airport to publish the Service Charter for Cargo activities: with this document, the airport assumes precise commitments on the quality of services provided and provides customers with evidence and results on measuring results. achieved, according to the guidelines defined by ENAC which checks its progress.