For nearly 30 years in the market, Autoport is among the largest automotive logistics companies in the country, offering customized automotive logistics services to the main automakers, supported by the pillars: people, safety and quality; focusing on the total satisfaction of our customers and suppliers. The company is part of the Águia Branca Group, one of the largest transportation and logistics conglomerates in the country. In addition to Autoport, the Logistics Division also has the brands VIX, Lets and V1.
With operations throughout the national territory and Mercosur, Autoport has strategically located operational bases and has a fleet of more than 800 pieces of equipment. It has the capacity to move more than 130 thousand vehicles per month, with approximately 15 thousand among vans, trucks, tractors and agricultural implements and structures with storage capacity above 7 thousand vehicles.
In the early 1990s, the national market had a high demand for vehicles that arrived in Brazil via import, with characteristics totally different from those produced by the national industry. In this challenging scenario, Autoport has adapted itself with its own innovations to operate in this niche market, providing customized solutions for the needs of each client.
In addition, we were one of the first companies in the Logistics and Automobile Transport sector to be standardized and certified by the Standard NBR ISO 9001 and to win.
Our bases provide administrative and operational support to all of our activities, covering the main manufacturing and distribution hubs for vehicles, trucks, machinery and agricultural-industrial implements, implementers companies.
Our operational bases are qualified to execute our portfolio of services distributed in the following cities:
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Autoport is one of the first companies in the automotive logistics sector to be certified and recognized for the maximum quality of services offered with NBR ISO 9001:2015, NBR ISO 14001:2015 and OHSAS 18001:2007.