The customer first with services at the highest level

MERCITALIA RAIL is the Logistic Hub company that specialises in rail traction: it is the main rail cargo company in Italy and one of the most important in Europe.

 offers a complete range of solutions for conventional and combined transport. Running 1500 trains a week, it provides links to the main ports, interports, terminals and industrial sidings throughout Italy and along international transport corridors, where it works directly or in partnership with other operators.
The company offers flexible and customized services to the largest Italian and European operators and, because it is integrated with other Logistic Hub companies, completes the range of rail transport options with complementary logistics services.

MERCITALIA Rail’s commercial offer is based on a wide range of Italian and international links, and meets the need for specialisation by market sector through the following Business Units:



With our large fleet of locomotives, specialised freight wagons and our trained staff, we provide for the movement of goods every day in Italy and abroad, using both conventional and combined transport techniques. Our international offer is backed by our experience in the sector and our network of companies operating abroad. As well as providing the highest standards of reliability and safety, our size, skills and assets enable us to provide a wide-ranging and flexible service, reaching any location with minimum time to market.

Innovation and development are strategic drivers for Mercitalia Rail, which is implementing more efficient and competitive transport solutions, which respond to customer demands for heavier and longer trains.

MERCITALIA RAIL implements sustainable development policies with special attention to safety and environmental protection: in 2021 rail transport took 1.7 million trucks off the road, thus helping to reduce the emission of greenhouse gases and other harmful substances (around 33 million tonnes of goods were transported in 2021, saving 1.2 million tonnes of CO2 compared with equivalent road transport