Multi Service is a multipurpose terminal company, specialized in general – project and steel trades (bulk and in packages), located in the lagoon port reality of Terminal Molo Sali within the commercial port of Venice.

TOTAL AREA 264.000 m2
DRAFT -11,5 m

Single Shareholder Company, subject to the management and coordination of F2i Ports S.r.l.
Terminal Molo Sali • Commercial Port
30175 Venezia, Marghera (VE)
Tel. +39 041 2584811 • Fax +39 041 5380898
Share capital i.v. €2.170.000,00 • VAT and Tax code 01981270273
Iscriz. Reg. Impr. Venice n.01981270273 – r.e.a. n.190269

Single Shareholder Company, subject to the management and coordination of F2i Ports S.r.l.
Terminal Molo Sali
Commercial Port
30175 Venezia, Marghera (VE)
Tel. +39 041 2584811
Fax +39 041 5380898
Share capital i.v. €2.170.000,00
VAT and Tax code
Iscriz. Reg. Impr. Venice n.01981270273
r.e.a. n.190269

Multi Service operates both in the commercial port of Venice and in the terminal in Chioggia.

Steel, flour, cement, various goods, project cargo

Multi Service specializes in conducting embarkation/disembarkation operations, on behalf of third parties, of all types of goods: in particular steel products in packages and in bulk and other bulk goods such as grain, flour, fertilizer, sand, plant engineering, miscellaneous cargo (general and project cargo) and ro-ro traffic.

As a result of the merger through incorporation with TCS, Multiservice offers services for Import – Export customs operations; customs and goods consultancy; customs and VAT tax warehouse management; and port assistance for goods. The services are provided within the ports of Venice, Marghera and Chioggia.

Multiservice, thanks to its flexibility and dynamism, is able to move cargoes while fully optimizing its areas and equipment The company’s provision of equipment is among the most important in the Italian general cargo port scene and is aimed at serving all types of goods in multipurpose terminals.
Eighty horizontal and vertical mechanical means and in particular six port cranes with capacities from 100 to 200 tons and more than one hundred rolltrailers for general cargo handling.

  • 100-ton cranes: 2
  • 120-ton cranes: 2
  • 125-ton cranes: 1
  • 200-ton cranes: 1
  • wheel loaders: 7
  • excavators: 2
  • port tractors: 8
  • reach stackers: 2
  • fork lifts: 26 (from 3.2 to 45 tons)
  • loaders: 3
  • miscellaneous vehicles: 4
  • aerial platform: 1
  • rolltrailer: 20′ to 65′ – 40 to 120 tons
  • warehouse gantries: 4 (from 25 tons)
Multi Service’s main strengths relate to the company’s relentless drive to improve its services for its customers while respecting the environment and minimizing the environmental impact of its operations. Multi Service’s corporate policy explicitly pursues these goals, focusing on pillars such as: safety, hygiene, environment, service quality and customer satisfaction. The company policy also includes special focus on all aspect of food safety, enshrined in ISO 22000:2018 and GMP+ certifications.

For the customs side, the strengths are specialisation in the customs clearance of steel products in packages/bulk and specialisation in the management of bonded warehouses.

The company holds the following certifications:

  • ISO 9001:2015 – Quality
  • ISO 14001:2015 – Environment
  • ISO 45001:2018 – Safety
  • ISO 22000:2018 and GMP+ – Food Safety

The port of Venice enjoys favorable characteristics related to its geographic location, weather conditions, currents and tides, roadstead and waiting areas, access to the port, network of inland channels, availability of operational areas, foreland and hinterland. The port is located at the center of the Venetian lagoon, separated from the sea by a long, thin strip of land interrupted at three points, corresponding to the port mouths of Lido, Malamocco, and Chioggia.

The port of Venice is part of the Padano-Veneto waterway system and has been included by the European Union in the list of priority ports of the Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T) – Baltic-Adriatic and Mediterranean corridor.

The foreland of the port of Venice is mainly represented by the Italian regions bordering the Adriatic and Ionian seas, Mediterranean countries, Middle Eastern countries, East African countries, South and Southeast Asian countries: it is therefore located on routes of substantial present and future commercial interest, connecting developed countries, developing countries, or newly developed countries.

The port of Venice is located at the sea outlet of the Po Valley which, along with the other regions of northern Italy and central Europe its natural hinterland: railways, highways, and waterways functionally equip this territory and ensure its best connection with the lagoon port of call. The port, moreover, is placed at the center of an extensive articulated infrastructure system. Various initiatives are being planned and progressively implemented to further strengthen the road, rail and waterway networks, as well as the airport system.

The commercial port of Venice has important connections to the railway lines, through the Venice Marghera Scalo – Freight Station of arrival/departure of trains connected to the port area and linking the Venice Marghera Scalo area to the national network via the Venice Mestre-Venice Marghera Scalo line. In particular, 42% of Multi service traffic is handled by rail compared to 9% of the national average.