Brazil Intermodal Solutions

UWL Advantage

  • Lower costs compared to trucking
  • Increased safety ensures lower insurance costs
  • Avoid any backlogs or delays for loading and unloading – no waiting lines
  • Scheduled and guaranteed delivery on time
  • Custom solution for shippers with cargo origins or destinations located close to rail ramp
  • Integrated partnership with Brazilian intermodal operators
  • Brazilian States include: São Paulo, Santa Catarina, Parana, Rio Grande do Sul, Mato Grosso, Minas Gerais, and Rio de Janeiro
  • Access to main ports: Santos, Paranagua, Sao Francisco do Sul, Rio Grande and Rio de Janeiro
  • Most environmentally friendly way to move freight
  • Reduced carbon footprint
  • Scalable capacity, shipping regularity and door-to-door service
  • Best-in-class customer service
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