Mauro Peri: Our main activity is group transport from Italy to the EEC markets.
Mauro Peri: Our structure is highly flexible, allowing us to adjust our services to customers’ needs.
Mauro Peri: Eurotir, thanks to its employees who speak foreign languages, solves problems for foreign customers, such as for example on-time bookings, documents anticipation and so on. It also offers services such as transport insurance, intrastat documentation, and custom clearance.
Mauro Peri: We work for all kinds of industries and for customers whose merchandise can be loaded on taut liners from one carton to several pallets and groupage.
Mauro Peri: In terms of turnover, France, Germany, Spain, and Poland are now the largest markets for us. However, we invest in expanding our services to other markets such as Romania, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, and so on.
Mauro Peri: Always taking into consideration each customer’s specifications and needs, we evolve with them.
Mauro Peri: All customers are important. Competition is very tough, but the services we offer to our customers, from carefully listening to understand their requirements to following their despatches from departure to delivery are rewarded with their loyalty.
Mauro Peri: As a small company, we will surely be surrounded by larger and larger competitors. But we believe in distinguishing ourselves by offering particular attention every day to our customers who do not only need competitive prices but also help, information, and customer care.
Mauro Peri: Eurotir is a family business.
Mauro Peri: 14 employees, including two in the international department, in the national department, one, two in the selling department, two in the accounting department, eight drivers and others profiles.
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