4PL is a logistic model also known as Fourth Party Logistic Provider, which today better represents the relation between resources, technologies, and capabilities in the supply chain.
4PL is our family. In fact, there are four “parts” of the Pellicone family, the company’s founder: Francesco, Chiara, Giulia, and Paolo.
Together, each with his/her own skills and experience, we present ourselves as 4PL s.a.s., your logistic consultant that helps you coordinate all the players of the supply chain, guaranteeing the correct performances of each phase of the distribution chain, from commission to delivery.
Francesco Pellicone is the company’s conceiver. After holding high level positions and of responsibility as Senior Manager in world-leading companies in the shipping and aerospace industries, he decided to start his own company, thanks to his expertise and awards obtained, such as the EMLog European Certification issued by ELA/European Logistic Association.
4PL s.a.s. is your ideal partner for integrated logistics services.
We are aware that companies are satisfied with the results only when they can focus their attention on their core business. Our contribution allows you to focus solely on your company’s activities, entrusting the control, planning, and logistic services management to a single partner, 4PL. We ensure:
- Top Speed
- Savings on consumptions and costs
4PL plans, organises, and coordinates all the activities of the distribution chain in an ideal manner, ensuring the best results at affordable costs. 4PL is your answer to optimising, evolving and saving, distinguishing yourself with efficiency and competitiveness in the market.
Into our job we put our heart and soul, technology and passion, strength and sensibility.
Our logo is the result of all this.
The hues trace the main communication routes in the transport and logistics world:
Overland transport (road and rail freight)
Waterways transport (sea, rivers, and lakes freight)
Air transport (airfreight)
Environmental commitment of the logistics world
The circles represent the wholeness, motion and the world. Particularly they refer to:
The world as an “actual” perimeter across which cross trade activities are made
The wheels of road and railway vehicles
The ship propeller’s motion
The aircraft engine’s motion