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Intensive Investments & Market Intelligence at Brasporto in Brazil

18th January 2017

Intensive Investments & Market Intelligence at Brasporto in Brazil
Intensive Investments & Market Intelligence at Brasporto in Brazil

We are pleased to welcome Brasporto Logistica e Assessoria Aduaneira Ltda in Brazil. The company are located in São Paulo with a branch office in Itajaí and employ 30 staff. Their main services include project cargo & heavy lift, freight forwarding, customs brokerage and international trade consulting. They have experience serving a wide range of industries including pharmaceutical, oil & gas, manufacturing, power & energy, automotive and construction.

Business Development Manager, Jackson Campos: "Brasporto is a Brazilian company active in all steps of international trade, combining structure and expertise with professionals having more than 20 years of experience in the industry. We aim to offer each customer tailor-made solutions for each operation, focusing on savings and agility in import and export processes. Covering all ports and airports in Brazil, Brasporto can offer door-to-door logistics, from the first contact, documentation and full procedures of international shipments to complete cargo delivery."

"Brasporto is growing fast due to intensive investments and market intelligence. We have been considering which network will be best for our plan of intensive growing and as PCN is the world's best alliance for project cargo and heavy lift, it was our number one priority to become a member."

Last month, Brasporto successfully and safely handled the below photographed helicopters shipped on CFR terms from Nhava Sheva in India to Santos, Brazil. They arranged the customs clearance in Santos before beginning the haulage to Minas Gerais, in the countryside of Brazil, around 1,000km away. Platform trucks were used for each vehicle with 6 people directly involved at all stages. Some streets had to be temporarily closed due to the size of the truck.