About us

EVM Rail’s business was born from the partnership between the Etea Group and two professionals with deep knowledge and long experience in the railway sector, Luciano Vantini and Diego Miglioranzi.

Etea Group combines a consolidated industrial tradition in the agri-food sector with the will to innovate and progress. Founded in 1995 as an engineering company, the Group has gradually expanded its range of action, adding to the original activity a production activity, first in the sector of alcohol and starch-derivatives, then energy from renewable sources and finally in the origination and trading of cereals and oilseeds.

In parallel with the diversification of production, Etea Group has operated a geographical expansion, initially within the European Union and later in the Balkans area.

Etea Group is now present in 6 European countries - Italy, United Kingdom, Albania, Romania, Serbia and Lithuania - with its own activities, directly operating 19 production plants, as well as numerous storage sites.

Our offer of railway services is in continuity with the will, always demonstrated in the initiatives undertaken by our Group, to constitute a reference point for customers, supporting their development through product innovation and punctual and efficient service.

The partners Luciano Vantini and Diego Miglioranzi come from a long experience in the rail freight transport sector, having held positions of responsibility, at state railways and also at private railways.

Luciano Vantini got a high school diploma in Electrotechnics in 1981, joined the FS group as a train driver. In 1995 he began his career as a manager in personnel management, which he subsequently continued as Production Manager at the ITC in Verona. In 2002 he assumed responsibility for the Cargo planning of the Northern Corridor, including the Brenner and Tarvisio crossings. In June 2010, after 29 years of Trenitalia, he began his experience in private railways where he gained additional skills and professionalism in the areas of Planning and Production.

Diego Miglioranzi graduated in 2001 in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Padua, qualifying for the profession of engineer in 2002. After an experience in a consultancy firm in patents and trademarks, he joined the railways, working from 2003 to 2007 in Trenitalia , in which he held various roles, including Head of the Maintenance Engineering Office of the GR Workshop of Verona Porta Vescovo. In 2007 he began his experience in private railways as Locomotive Management and Maintenance Manager and subsequently from January 2013 he held the role of Technical Director.