We have the tools to carry your cargo

From physical assets to technological advances, Aqua Gulf has the right infrastructure to carry your cargo.

We're an asset-based business; we own our own trucks, equipment, container yards and warehouses at key ports, giving you flexibility and reliability. Our online Customer Service Portal connects you to our operations system, allowing you to track your order en-route.


The Aqua Gulf team is experienced, dedicated and knowledgeable, with a track record for global excellence.

  • 45+ years of logistics business and growing
  • Over 200 employees and growing
  • Customer Service based in both the US and Puerto Rico
  • #1 logistics provider in the Puerto Rican trade


Our broad portfolio of services, asset-based business model, and time-tested partnerships give us the industry reach to be the #1 logistics provider to Puerto Rico and is fueling our international growth.

  • From total logistics support to ocean and trucking transportation, Aqua Gulf has a solution for you
  • Partnerships with ALL major ocean lines to Puerto Rico
  • Worldwide reach through global contracts with leading ocean carriers

Old Friends

Aqua Gulf has provided transportation and logistics solutions to help drive the economy of Puerto Rico for over 40 years. Our history of financial stability and innovation has helped us gain leadership in the Puerto Rican market.

New Horizons

We now offer the same multiple sailings, excellent rate structures and advances in innovation to solve complex transportation problems in the Dominican Republic!

Partnering For You

Need to transport a car, truck, motorcycle, boat or recreational vehicle?

Aqua Gulf has the right partnerships in place to assist you. Dependable Auto Shippers is our premier partner, and they’re here to help with your auto transport needs. They maintain one of the largest and most versatile auto transport fleets in the industry.

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    • May 20, 2014Partnering For You
    • January 29, 2013Potential I.L.A. Strike Update #4
    • Carriers' profits to collapse in 'toxic' morass of own making, Drewry saysLONDON ? A ?toxic" mixture of overcapacity, weak demand and aggressive pricing is threatening ocean carriers? profitability for the rest of 2015, according to Drewry Maritime Research. The industry ?will be lucky to break even this year? the London-based consultancy said as it tore up its earlier forecast of a collective...
    • Hong Kong warned container volume could halve in next decadeHONG KONG ? Hong Kong?s container throughput could halve in the next decade as a host of factors begin to stack up against the port that has seen a steady decline in volumes over the past year.This stark prediction was made by Deutsche Bank in a detailed study that said...
    • G6 makes four new peak season sailing cutsHONG KONG ? The G6 Alliance will cancel another four Asia-Europe sailings in July and August in the latest indication that carriers do not expect much of a peak season this year.In a note to the trade, the G6 said it would void four Asia-Europe sailings in response to changes...
    • Container line industry seen as stuck in bad news cycleHONG KONG ? The container shipping industry is trapped in a bad news cycle to rival anything the market is serving up with two separate studies heaping additional gloom on the troubled transport sector.In the Port Tracker report by Hackett Associates, the analyst warned container lines to prepare for a...
    • DOT Study: Bigger US trucks won?t hurt intermodal railWASHINGTON ? A U.S. Department of Transportation study couldn?t conclude whether larger trucks impact highway safety, but it did find they would not significantly impact intermodal conversions. Proponents for raising the weight and size restrictions on trucks have heralded the finding, despite the DOT?s claims that the evidence behind their own...
    • Oakland labor shortage threatens peak-seasonPort of OaklandA dockworker labor shortage at the Port of Oakland that is frustrating shippers and carriers is expected to continue into August, threatening the peak-shipping season, even though the registration of 100 new longshoremen is underway. Even when the full number of dockworkers has been registered and trained, though, the...
    • Container lines unlikely to avoid Suez Canal despite foiled attack Container lines won?t reduce the amount of cargo moving through the Suez Canal despite heightened security tensions ? most recently inflamed by the reported arrest of 13 people on suspicion of planning to sabotage the waterway integral to trade between Asia and the Europe, and increasingly the U.S. Even after Egyptian...
    • Puerto Rico debt crisis revives Jones Act debatePuerto Rico?s fiscal crisis has rekindled criticism of the Jones Act, the cabotage law requiring the use of U.S.-flag vessels for shipments between the commonwealth and the U.S. mainland. A paper by three economists led by Anne O. Krueger, a Johns Hopkins University professor and former chief economist at the World...
    • Italy to reorganize administration of country?s ports Italy?s port sector is sinking in bureaucracy, and Prime Minister Matteo Renzi is doing something to keep it afloat. In an effort to salvage some of the market share the country?s ports have lost to Mediterranean competitors, Renzi has issued a decree mandating the reorganization of Italy?s port administrations. Each port...
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