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An Italian Story

The SITFA adventure began in 1898, when Giovanni Ambrosetti founded the company Giovanni Ambrosetti & C., which became S.A. G. Ambrosetti in 1919 and Züst Ambrosetti in 1952.
The partners of Züst Ambrosetti created SITFA in 1962, when they realized their car carrier trailers were no longer competitive in the long-distance transportation of large quantities of automobiles.

Experience and expertise

Over 61 years of just cars

Customized solutions

Wagons for any kind of cars

Not only transports

Planning and booking with high flexibility


Tracking and tracing of each car

aautomobiles transported every year from 2000 to taday
40 trains every week
Years of experience

a quick look at a few

Traveling on our train

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Our fleet


Toyota Yaris, production record
Toyota Yaris, production record

From Valenciennes with Sitfa trains

Fiat 500 electric: over 12 thousand orders
Fiat 500 electric: over 12 thousand orders

The new 500e go away with zero emissions: from Turin to Lyon and Paris on the transalpine tracks.
SITFA trains are available to FCA for the growth of electric mobility and respect for the environment.
www.sitfa.net always at the service of innovation.

VW Group: 73 billion plan
VW Group: 73 billion plan

Code of ethics

The SITFA Board of Directors has adopted a code of ethics which is an integral part of its Organization Model pursuant to Legislative Decree 231/01.
The code reflects the company's commitment to conduct inspired by the ethical principles of reliability, honesty, integrity, and transparency, and are to be adopted in full respect of the applicable laws and regulations.


The company is ECM (Entity in Charge of Maintenance) certified, in accordance with EU Regulation 779/2019.
The certifications are published in the ERADIS database of the ERA (European Union Agency for Railways).


Co-Financed by the connecting Europe Facility of the European Union

Almost 75,000 freight railway wagons will be upgraded as part of eight EU projects