A new alliance has been born in the panorama of infrastructure services in Italy, which is carrying out ambitious projects at an international level.
Giordano Riello, heir to the entrepreneurial dynasty of the same name and owner, together with Carlo Ranalletta Felluga and Davide Ambrosio, of NPLUS, and Valerio Molinari, founder and majority shareholder of Ecogest spa, have decided to “create a system” by establishing the Canadian branch of the company in Toronto. the Italian NPLUS, strengthened by the consolidated commercial network and the ten-year presence of the Riello Group in North America and the presence, for three years now, of Valerio Molinari’s Ecogest North America in Toronto.
Thus was born NPLUS North America, which aims to export the technology and know-how of the two companies to the North American market, the result of years of experience in the monitoring of transport and civil infrastructures and in the sector of maintenance and management of road greenery and highway, in a rapidly growing market like that of North America.
Molinari, through the family holding Greenway Group srl, which controls all of Ecogest, participates in the Canadian project with a 30% share.
Founded in 2016 by Giordano Riello, Nplus Srl is a company active in the structural monitoring of buildings, bridges and viaducts, evaluating their state of degradation and identifying any critical issues. Nplus combines the innovative approach of a group of young entrepreneurs (Giordano Riello, Carlo Ranalletta Felluga and Davide Ambrosio) with the long experience of its work team, as well as the strength of Giordano Riello International Group – GRIG, one of the most important Italian industrial groups , which includes Aermec, Sierra, Fast, RPM and Elettrotest, with an annual turnover of more than 400 million euros.
For Molinari it is not only a matter of strengthening a collaboration which will also have short-term developments in Italy, again on the infrastructure services market, but also of a consolidation of the presence on the North American continent, where the commercial offer of Ecogest North America has attracted the attention of a major Canadian group which recently acquired a minority stake in the company.