Mobility Partner Ski World Cup races – Cogne
SAVDA “Autoservizi Valle D’Aosta S.p.A.” in July 2016 it became part of the Arriva Group, one of the largest passenger transport operators in Europe and third in Italy with 2,300 buses and 3,350 employees. SAVDA, ARRIVA today SAVDA is the most important operator in the field of mobility in the entire Aosta Valley. Since its inception, ARRIVA SAVDA has had the goal of providing the community with a punctual and efficient passenger transport service. The company provides local public transport services in the “Upper Valley”, “Lower Valley” and “Centro Valle”, makes daily motorway connections with Turin and Milan, with Martigny (Canton of Valais – CH) via the Gran San Bernardo tunnel, with Chamonix via the Mont Blanc tunnel and last but not least, it makes daily connections with Turin Airport (via the service connecting with the “Turin Center – Turin Airport” bus company of the SADEM company) and, in the winter period, with the Airport of Milan Malpensa. Arriva Savda currently boasts a bus fleet of over 110 buses, 130 employees and annually transports 2 million passengers a year with service volumes: 4.3 million Bus / k.
“The habit of operating in the rental market, selective and competitive, as well as the characteristics of many of its bus lines frequented by careful and demanding users – says VALENTINA Astori – CEO Arriva Savda – has determined in the company attention to the quality of services rendered, in the awareness that this element will increasingly represent the basis on which to continue to consolidate its success and growth in the market. It is precisely with this in mind – continues Valentina Astori – that ARRIVA SAVDA will be Mobility Partner of the session of the FIS Nordic Ski World Cup races that will be held in Cogne on 15, 16 and 17 February. ARRIVA SAVDA will take care of the transport of athletes of different nationalities who will reach the Cogne race tracks from Turin Airport and Milan Malpensa Airport. We are very proud of this partnership which represents a new challenge for our group in managing the mobility of major events after that of the 2018 Volleyball World Cup, Expo 2015, London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics and the 2006 Turin Olympics. our professionalism and experience are available to athletes and delegations, managing their movements in the best possible way “.