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.

  • 50+ 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. ShipMyAuto.com 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 23, 2016Partnering For You
    • January 29, 2013Potential I.L.A. Strike Update #4
    • Container lines to fare worse this year than in 2009The headline, in part, read, ?Wave goodbye,? and the ensuing article from Drewry Maritime Research described how the container carrier industry will lose $5 billion to $10 billion in 2016, have lost $20 billion in top-line revenue so far this year and by year?s end this could reach $50 billion....
    • Room to grow drives Freeport, Texas, ro-ro growth[caption]The automobile terminal at Port Freeport, Texas, can be doubled in size if necessary.[/caption]The asphalt paving is fresh and the painted lines still crisp at the automobile terminal at Port Freeport, Texas, where rows of new General Motors sport utility vehicles sit in neat lines awaiting export. The terminal 60 miles...
    • Extraordinary year could restore order to container pricingAny shipper who depends on container transportation must be looking with great concern at developments in this extraordinary year of 2016, and what they could mean for the future. The parallel developments of rate erosion and industry restructuring, both occurring at a historic scale, point to the increasingly plausible conclusion that...
    • Unpredictable ro-ro volumes strain port capacity[caption]The flow of roll-on, roll-off cargo, such as the Suzuki cars pictured, is often unpredictable, challenging ports.[/caption]Growth in vehicle shipments is straining capacity at some North American roll-on, roll-off ports and spurring calls for improved efficiency and more predictability. ?For the supply chain to work in harmony, you need predictability,?...
    • Liners leaning more on terminal relationships?We will try and drive more Maersk Line volumes to APM Terminals.? It was an throwaway remark by Maersk Group CEO Soren Skou that attracted scant attention in a teleconference dominated by the Danish group?s dismal second-quarter results, but it underscored the changes underway in a container shipping business snared in...
    • Caribbean rates fall as container lines fail to curb overcapacity [caption]Container lines focused on calling at Caribbean ports such as St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands, pictured, have found themselves facing stronger competition from global majors.[/caption]Caribbean container ship operators have tried to rationalize vessel capacity via consolidation and cooperation, but their efforts have failed to curb the decline in...
    • Allcargo Logistics combines operations to accelerate growth[caption]The combination of Allcargo Logistics' various units comes as the company expands its presence in Indian ports.[/caption]Allcargo Logistics Ltd. unveiled a plan to combine all of its third-party logistics businesses into a single entity as the rapidly growing group looks to tap an expected demand boom fueled by India?s ongoing...
    • Hapag-Lloyd shareholders approve UASC merger[caption]The financial benefits of a merger between Hapag-Lloyd and United Arab Shipping Company could begin to materialize for both liners as soon as next year.[/caption]Hapag-Lloyd shareholders Friday approved amendments to the German ocean carrier?s capital structure that paved the way to a merger with United Arab Shipping Company that will...
    • Peak season and tighter trans-Pacific capacity fail to lift spot rates [caption]Trans-Pacific volumes have been respectable this year, but they have still been unable to catch up with capacity introduced by container lines in the recent past.[/caption]Vessels carrying peak-season imports from Asia are filling up, but carriers are still not able to turn the tight capacity into eastbound spot freight rate...
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