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Vehicle logistics

Autoport has a strong presence with tradings, rental companies, insurance companies and large fleet owners. We will exercise solid activity in the distribution of 0km vehicles, used cars, vans, utilities, bus chassis, trucks, tractors, agricultural-industrial machines and implements throughout the national territory and Mercosur.



We develop and carry out customized operations, according to the client’s plant and its specifications, in addition to keeping ourselves aligned with the CONTRAN legislation in all our activities.


Our yard management includes all the routine for loading and unloading vehicles, in addition to all the management and control activities of the operation. They are:

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Port operation

About ten years ago, Autoport was qualified as a National Port Operator, accredited to operate in all ports in the national territory.

Because it is a delicate operation and with high-grade logistics to transfer vehicles from the port area to the Interior Customs Stations (EADI’s), simple operations and versatile equipment are essential to carry out this work, given the short time and high cost.

Autoport acts with commitment, responsibility, aiming at the continuous improvement of the quality of services, with the level of excellence in attendance. We develop and implement training programs, monitoring methodologies and periodic evaluations with all operational teams.

International Transportation

At the international level, Autoport operates in accordance with the rules established by ABTI (Brazilian Association of International Transport) and holds the certificate of integrity number 844/95, issued by the Ministry of Transport, which enables us to operate in Mercosur.

All of our customers have our operational partners, who work with maximum safety and reliability in the cities of Buenos Aires, Zarate and Paso de Los Libres in Argentina, Montevideo in Uruguay, Santa Cruz de la Sierra, in Bolivia and, Asunción, in Paraguay.