Company profileFNM is the main transport and mobility Group in Lombardy and Northern Italy with companies operating in five regions. It is the most important Italian non-state investor in the sector. FNM S.p.A. is responsible for the management and strategic and operational coordination of all its subsidiaries.
MANAGEMENT AND MAINTENANCE OF THE RAILWAY NETWORK
FERROVIENORD S.p.A. manages a railway network of over 300 kilometres and 120 stations located in the provinces of Milan, Varese, Como, Monza and Brianza, Novara and Brescia. 800 trains pass through these areas every day carrying around 200,000 passengers. At peak times, a train departs and arrives every three minutes from Milano Cadorna station. FERROVIENORD is responsible for the ordinary and extraordinary maintenance of the railway infrastructure, including work to upgrade the network or to set up new facilities.
FERROVIENORD carries out a series of operations in accordance with the provisions of theService Agreement and Investment Plan Agreement, , which are both approved by the Lombardy Region:
- Renewal, enhancement, expansion and modernisation of the infrastructure and of technological systems
- Management and maintenance of railway and station infrastructure
- Safe management of train circulation
ENGINEERING AND DESIGN
NORD_INGis the FNM Group's engineering company. It offers design and Project Management for the construction ofinfrastructure and modernisation work on the network. . It provides support for construction site coordination and safety, static and technical-administrative testing, materials acceptance and accounting.
Founded in 2011, Trenord S.r.l. is jointly owned with equal shares of 50% by the FNM Group and Trenitalia S.p.A. It operates the railway service in Lombardy, with 48 regional and 11 suburban lines, and theMalpensa Express service that connects the international airport of Malpensa with the Milan Cadorna, Milano Centrale and Milano Porta Garibaldi stations. With 2.300 journeys and over 740.000 travellers a day, the Lombard railway network is among the busiest in Europe.
FNM S.p.A. operates in the field of road transport with FNM Autoservizi S.p.A., which is responsible for the public road transport service in the provinces of Brescia, Como and Varese. The FNM Group has also acquired 50% of Azienda Trasporti Verona (ATV), which performs the service in the Municipalities of Verona and Legnago and in the provincial area, and 51% ofLa Linea S.p.A., which operates in the Veneto region in the local road public transport and the bus and driver hire sector.
FNMA operates today with 202 personnel on 17 lines, covering over 630 km, in three provinces: Brescia, Como and Varese. The offer is completed by a luxury line that connects Milan to Campione d'Italia and with non-scheduled services consisting of railway replacement services, school bus services and regular transport for workers. FNMA has a fleet of 166 vehicles, over 89% of which are used for LPT lines. In 2014, over €800,000 was invested to adapt the rolling stock. The gradual renewal of the fleet has made it possible to increase the number of Euro 5 and Euro 4 vehicles, with a consequent reduction in consumption and CO2 emissions and improved passenger safety conditions.
Azienda Trasporti Verona S.r.l. ATV was created on 1 January 2007 from the merger of two Verona-based transport companies, AMT and APTV, which for fifty years respectively managed the urban and extra-urban transport service. ATV is contracted to carry out urban road-based public transport services in the municipalities of Verona and Legnago, and extra-urban services throughout the province of Verona.
FNM S.p.A. operates in partnership with DB Cargo Italia S.r.l., of which it owns 40%. FNM has also acquired 49% of FuoriMuro Servizi Portuali e Ferroviari S.r.l. which handles railway shunting in the Port of Genoa and 51% ofLocoitalia S.r.l., a company that deals with the management of rolling stock.
DB CARGO ITALIA S.r.l. (DBCI)is part of the Deutsche Bahn Group (German state railway), one of the world's leading players in mobility, logistics and networks, with a revenue of around 40 billion euro and 300,000 employees. . DB Cargo AG is the division of DB that specializes in railway freight transport and is the market leader in Europe with around 23% of the market share. DB Cargo Italia (DBCI) is the DB Cargo company dedicated to railway freight transport in Italy, and, with over 330 employees spread between its headquarters in Novate Milanese and 14 operational offices distributed throughout the area, is the third largest company in Italy and is distinguished by its high quality standards.
FuoriMuro Servizi Portuali e Ferroviari S.r.l. is the company that oversees railway shunting in the Port of Genoa with a concession contract from the Port Authority. Established in 2010, since 2012, the company has integrated its shunting work in the Port with transport to dry port facilities, connecting the Port of Genoa with the major logistics and consumption centres of Northern Italy.
The Locoitalia company was established on 14 March 2017. 51% of its shares are owned by FNM S.p.A.,24,5%by Tenor and 24,5% da FuoriMuro, an associated company of which FNM owns 49%. FuoriMuro transferred to Locoitalia S.r.l. the business unit that manages the rolling stock owned or leased by FuoriMuro, consisting of 2 electric locomotives and 8 shunting machines and of the related lease agreements.
100% owned by FNM E-Vai manages the Group's sustainable mobility services. In 2011, it launched the first region-wide electric car-sharing service. Boasting a large fleet with predominantly electric vehicles, it has around 40.000 members and operates in the provincial capitals and main airports of Lombardy.
Information Communication Technology
Set up as a joint venture between FNM (58%) and TIM (42%), NordCom operates in the ICT field. It offers innovative solutions and integrated systems to companies and public administrations to create efficiency through the digitisation of processes. NordCom specializes in digital solutions for transport and mobility, digital payments and optical fibre.