Italiana Coke, European leader in the production of coke for metallurgy, siderurgy, and insulated products, thanks to a cogeneration plant produces 150 thousand megawatts per year of electricity, which is sold to companies in the North East of Italy.
The group includes the Terminal Alti Fondali Savona and Funivie S.p.A. which provide for loading, unloading, transport and storage of bulk.
The group belongs to the Ascheri family, which holds the majority of shares with 61.3% and to the Metalcorp Group with 38.7%.
The Italiana Coke Group
About usServing industry since 1897
Our history dates back to the very roots of Italian industry. For over 100 years, we have been working alongside numerous companies in various industrial sectors as suppliers of coke, reaching international markets by means of an integrated logistics system
The coke produced is delivered by road, rail or sea. Containers are shipped from the ports of Genoa and Savona/Vado Ligure. Bulk cargo ships are loaded at the Alti Fondali Savona terminal. Thanks to a stable partnership with European logistics companies, we are able to deliver to all European countries and reach all overseas destinations (Mediterranean, Far East and America).
Since taking over Eni’s coke production and bulk logistics operations in 1994, Italiana Coke has always focused on the growth and continuous improvement of its operational activities and customer satisfaction. The continuous technological advancements at the plants have given Italiana Coke the opportunity to team up with a number of major companies around the world.
Italiana CokeKEY MILESTONES
The first cableway
The new establishments
The fourth battery
The fifth battery
The first company merger
A thriving group
Privatisation and international expansion
The new plants: power plant and environmental interventions
The environmental certification
The environmental prevention
Integrated Environmental Authorization
Terminal alti fondali Savona
Additional environmental investments
Terminal Rinfuse Genoa
The arrangement in business continuity
The company turnaround begins
Disposal of non-strategic assets