Turin, located in Italy’s northwest Piedmont region, is a vital industrial and commercial center. It is Italy’s third-largest economic center, with a population of about 900,000 and is located in what is considered Italy’s industrial triangle with Milan and Genoa.
Turin is headquarters to well-known Italian companies, such as Ferrero, Lavazza and Telecom Italia. Many of the world’s leading producers of sparkling wines and spirits, such as Cinzano and Martini & Rossi, are based in Turin. Other important industries include food, textiles, aerospace and automotive.
Turin is tightly integrated into the prosperous, industrialized economy of Northern Italy, France and Switzerland and is situated on a highway network that connects Milan and Lyon. The Turin region is a logistics and distribution hub with pioneers in urban logistics innovation seeking to improve the efficiency of industrial distribution and e-commerce.
Turin has a busy international airport, handling about 3.7 million passengers annually—connecting it to other Italian cities and major European capitals.
Prologis operates industrial properties and warehouses in the Turin area.