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
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.
We now offer the same multiple sailings, excellent rate structures and advances in innovation to solve complex transportation problems in the Dominican Republic!
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- Spot container freight rates measured by the Shanghai Containerized Freight Index fell on the Asia-Europe lane this week, while the Asia-U.S. trade saw gains for the second week in a row. The SCFI for North Europe dropped 6.8 percent in the week ending April 18. Full-size image Asia-Europe rates declined by about $80...
- Several carriers have planned general rate increases in April and May, although any gains achieved could be temporary as overcapacity and sluggish global demand continue. According to Drewry, slow-steaming and layups allowed carriers to limit effective capacity growth to 22 percent since 2008, despite introduction of larger ships. Without those measures,...
- A truck with the Project 21 decal.EL PASO, Texas ? The trucks here crossing the border from Juarez, Mexico, with ?Project 21? decals are cleared by U.S. and Mexican customs agents faster than those trucks without the sticker, allowing drivers to get their goods from Mexican factories to U.S. customers...
- Port of Seattle image by Don WilsonThe Port of Tacoma has five container terminals handling international cargo, and CEO John Wolfe says that is too many terminals given the port?s annual container volume. Marine terminal consolidation in Tacoma over the next three to five years is inevitable, but how that will...
- The DAT U.S. national average dry van spot rate fell by just 2 cents in the week ending April 12, 2014. Full-size chart Spot market truckload rates dropped slightly in mid-April, but not by much, a sign U.S. truckload capacity remains tight as shippers roll into the second quarter, putting across-the-board pressure...
- U.S. agricultural shippers say requirements by Japan, the European Union, and China for advance submission of cargo documents are creating a trade barrier for U.S. exports of perishable goods. ?These requirements are being implemented in a way that is unrealistic for exporters of fresh fruits and vegetables,? said Peter Friedmann, counsel...
- Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe said APM Terminals wants to sell the semi-automated container terminal it now leases to the Virginia Port Authority, and that he?s directed state Transportation Secretary Aubrey Layne to open negotiations. McAuliffe spoke to the Virginian-Pilot after announcing the replacement of five of the VPA?s 11 appointed board...
- Container traffic in Rotterdam inched up just 0.3 percent in the first quarter, as Europe?s biggest container hub confronted continuing overcapacity in the Le Havre-to-Hamburg port range and changes in the container shipping sector. The Dutch port handled 2.905 million TEUs in the first three months of the year, up from...
- Roger Guenther, executive director, Port of Houston Authority, discusses trade lane growth, specifically with Asia and South America, the renaissance in the energy sector, and planning for future expansions at the port....