ALA – Advanced Logistics for Aerospace acquires Germany based Industrio GmbH

1st April 2020

ALA – Advanced Logistics for Aerospace is pleased to announce that it has acquired a majority stake in Germany based Industrio GmbH.

ALA is an Italian private company owned by entrepreneurs Mr Fulvio Scannapieco and Mr Vittorio Genna and specialised in distribution, logistics and service provision to the aerospace & defence, energy and industrial markets.

Industrio GmbH is an aerospace distribution company with a significant footprint in the German market.

With facilities already in Italy, the United Kingdom and France, the acquisition now gives ALA more business opportunities in the European aerospace marketplace to serve its international customers.

Mr Gennaro di Capua, CEO of ALA – Advanced Logistics for Aerospace, commented:
“This acquisition combines ALA’s international stocking distribution and supply chain solutions expertise with Industrio’s experience and knowledge of the German aerospace market. This agreement will create new business growth opportunities for ALA and continue our European expansion to better serve our global customers.”

Mr Bill Holler, Founder of Industrio GmbH, added:
“We are delighted to become part of ALA and look forward to a rapid integration. ALA’s portfolio of products, supply chain solutions and focus on customer service will deliver great value for German customers.”

The company headquartered in Neumarkt in der Oberpfalz, Germany will change its name and trade as ALA Germany GmbH effective from 1st April 2020 and will be led by Bill Holler as general manager.

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ALA – Advanced Logistics for Aerospace is a global leading stocking distributor and supply chain solutions provider to the aerospace & defence, energy and industrial markets.

With headquarters in Naples, Italy, ALA has over 30 years of experience supplying both direct and indirect materials with a growing network of sales offices and operations in Italy, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Israel, Turkey, China, India and North America.