Montacchiello is an industrial and services park on the outskirts of Pisa, with an area of over three hundred and fifty thousand square meters where over 50 companies are already installed. The park has ideal facilities for new technological, managerial, commercial and manufacturing companies. It is very close to important infrastructure links such as the A12/E80 Genova-Rosignano and the A11 Firenze-Mare motorways and the Firenze-Pisa-Livorno Highway, not to mention Pisa "Galileo Galilei" Airport and the commercial and tourist port of Livorno as well as Pisa Railway Station. The park is also provided with high level technological facilities, such as fiber optic cabling.
Surrounded by extensive green areas, with many toll free parking lots and public transport connections to the city centre of Pisa, Montacchiello Industrial Park has the highest sustainability and livability conditions, essential to a comfortable working environment. Nature has a dominant role in the park: respect for the environment leads, in fact, to a better life and work in an user friendly environment.
In all the so-called "Technopolies" of the world, the high stardard of quality of the workplace is always important and sought after. In addition to the traditional urban standards, Montacchiello is in fact characterized by large green areas along the main and secondary roads. It is an area with high standard landscaping.
The Montacchiello Industrial Park is in a central position for logistics and enjoys good relations with Universities, schools of higher education and research centres. Its human capital and infrastructure system make the difference. (Rt. Hon. Marco Filippeschi - Mayor of Pisa).
An additional advantage that completes the attractions of Montacchiello is the presence of the University of Pisa, one of the most prestigious and oldest in Italy, with its important scientific and cultural tradition, not to mention the Scuola Normale Superiore, the Scuola Superiore di Perfezionamento di St. Anna, the Pisa Ricerche Consortium (CPR) and one of the main centres of the National Council for Scientific Research (CNR).