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
- CMA CGM, China Shipping Container Lines, OOCL and PIL plan to launch a new joint service connecting Northeast Asia, Australia and New Zealand in early November. The weekly service, which will offer a turnaround time of 49 days or seven weeks, will have the following port rotation: Shanghai, Ningbo, Chiwan and...
- The Port of Los Angeles has closed its container terminals and the Alameda Corridor was also closed, the result of air quality concerns resulting from toxic fumes billowing from a lumber fire at the port. The largest container port in the Americas said in a tweet that it closed its terminal...
- The unseasonably cold front that moved through Chicago last weekend provided railroads and shippers a chilly reminder that the rail meltdown seen in winter 2013-2014 could occur again. How carload and intermodal freight moves through the top U.S. freight hub (and bottleneck) depends not only on the severity of the weather...
- Negotiations between the International Longshore and Warehouse Union and the Pacific Maritime Association will likely conclude without a strike or lockout, a prominent U.S. shipping executive said at an industry conference this week, according to Bloomberg. ?The environment has been civil and constructive with operations being normal,? Anthony Scioscia, former senior vice...
- Kuehne + Nagel, the world?s largest sea freight forwarder, said it is targeting the trans-Atlantic container trade to offset slowing Asian exports to Europe. The Europe-North America trade features among the Swiss company?s new strategic framework involving 20 initiatives across its ocean freight, air freight, overland transport and contract logistics businesses. ?We...
- The 2M and O3 alliances likely will first lock horns in the Asia-Mediterranean trade, with planned increases in capacity threatening to unleash a rate war, according to analyst Alphaliner. The 2M carriers, Maersk and Mediterranean Shipping Co., are planning five Far East-Med ?strings,? one more than originally announced, while the O3...
- Port executives admit that when it comes to fixing the problems that come with big ships and powerful carrier alliances, problems such as terminal congestion, equipment shortages and excessive truck turn times, the buck stops with them. This admission by executives of the ports of Los Angeles, Long Beach, Oakland and...
- HONG KONG ? New export orders saw China factory output increasing in September as the mainland manufacturing sector continued to expand, reaching a two-month high and raising expectations that inventory building could see export growth into the fourth quarter. The HSBC flash purchasing managers index (PMI) survey came in at 50.5, slightly up...
- HONG KONG ? China?s logistics industry is expected to show double-digit growth over the next five years, continuing a trend of 21 percent compound annual growth since 1991 and driven by rising online shopping and a growing trend of outsourcing non-core activities. In a report on China Logistics released this week,...