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ANAS
Azienda Nazionale Autonoma delle Strade
TypeS.p.A.
IndustryRoad transport
Founded1946
FounderItalian Government
Headquarters
Rome
,
Italy
Key people
ProductsMotorways construction and maintenance
Revenue€ 2.343 billion (2020)
€ -19.63 million (2020)
€ -168.76 million (2020)
Total equity€ 2.442 billion (2020)
OwnerFerrovie dello Stato Italiane
Number of employees
6,835 (2020)
Subsidiaries
  • ANAS International Enterprise - 100,00%
  • ANAS Concessioni Autostradali - 100,00%
  • Quadrilatero Marche Umbria - 92,38%
  • Stretto di Messina S.p.A. (in liquidazione) - 81,84%
  • PMC Mediterraneum - 1,50%
  • Autostrade del Lazio - 50,00%
  • Concessioni Autostradali Lombarde - 50,00%
  • Concessioni Autostradali Venete - 50,00%
  • Autostrada Asti-Cuneo - 35,00%
  • Società Italiana per il Traforo del Monte Bianco - 32,13%
  • Sitaf S.p.A. – 31,75%
Websitehttps://www.stradeanas.it/it/
Footnotes / references
source[2]

ANAS S.p.A. (formerly an acronym for Azienda Nazionale Autonoma delle Strade, English: National Autonomous Roads Corporation) is an Italian government-owned company deputed to the construction and maintenance of Italian motorways (partly managed by Atlantia SpA through its subsidiary Autostrade per l'Italia S.p.A.) and state highways under the control of Italian Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport.

History

Founded on June 27, 1946, the company took a government grant for the reconstruction of the Italian road network, which had been seriously damaged in World War II.

ANAS currently manages a network of 29,134.144 kilometres (18,103.118 mi) of motorways and state roads.[2]

Joint ventures

References

  1. ^ a b "Anas, nuovi vertici aziendali: Edoardo Valente presidente, Aldo Isi amministratore delegato" (in Italian). Retrieved 10 January 2022.
  2. ^ a b "Annual Report 2020" (PDF) (in Italian). ANAS. Retrieved 10 December 2021.