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!
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 theyâ€™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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- July 30, 2014NEW HACIENDA PROCEDURES (PICO) – EFFECTIVE AUGUST 1, 2014
- May 20, 2014Partnering For You
- January 29, 2013Potential I.L.A. Strike Update #4
- Another week of the top stories on JOC.com focusing on the crisis-level congestion plaguing U.S. West Coast ports, although one story on Horizon Lines slipped into the Top 10. Most-read stories of the week Dozens of vessels heading to West Coast ports face dock congestion US West Coast waterfront employers say ILWU slowdowns...
- U.S. Federal Maritime Commission staff is looking into ocean carriers? renewed plans to implement West Coast port congestion surcharges, FMC Chairman Mario Cordero said today. ?The questions they?re asking are: At what point does the surcharge apply? And what is the condition or event that triggers the application of the surcharge??...
- The inability of the International Longshore and Warehouse Union and the Pacific Maritime Association to achieve consensus in the contract negotiations that began more than six months ago was demonstrated once again today with parties disagreeing over the current status of the talks. Meanwhile, shippers scramble to cope with delays...
- Recent case law involving the independent contractor model in trucking indicates that companies must cover all bases in order to convince the courts and government agencies that owner-operator drivers are not direct employees, a Southern California attorney told the Harbor Transportation Club this week. Cameron Roberts, a partner at Roberts &...
- The international shipping industry is only spending 0.1 percent less on bunker fuel than it was 24-weeks ago, but that fluctuation equates to big savings: $117 million daily. The industry-wide usage of bunker fuel sits at 257 million tons a day, a figure that cost ship operators about $149.5 billion a...
- Construction on the controversial Nicaragua canal linking the Atlantic and Pacific oceans will begin on Dec. 22 on the Pacific side, according to the government officials. The Hong-Kong-based HKND Group plans to build the $50 billion canal within five years and have it operational by 2020, BBC reported. The project aims to...
- Hapag-Lloyd and CSAV just need approval from Ukraine and China to merge and create the fourth-largest container lines, after Mexican regulators gave the tie-up the green-light this week. The German carrier expects the merger to be completed in the second half of this month, Rolf Habben Jansen, CEO of Hapag-Lloyd said...
- Volume gains in Tacoma helped offset another month of year-over-year losses in Seattle, pushing Puget Sound container throughput up in October for the first time in four months. Combined, volume at the ports of Seattle and Tacoma rose 7.3 percent year-over-year in October. Full size chart. Combined, volume at the ports of Seattle...
- Four carriers today joined Mediterranean Shipping Co. in announcing congestion surcharges on cargo heading from Asia to U.S. West Coast ports. Carriers? push to implement surcharges ranging from $800 to $1,000 per 40-foot container on shipments at the port of origin starting Nov. 26 comes just days after at least nine...