Log-In invest in cabotage to overcome logistical challenges

The shipping company offers a strategic logistics option in order to reduce costs and improve competitiveness.

In Brazil, only 9.6% of the national cargo transportation is carried by sea. In face of this reality, Log-In Intermodal Logistics, an Intermodal South America exhibiting company, invests in a potential market for the cabotage growth.

Now more than ever, when Brazil is going through a challenging time, choosing another type of transport in order to reduce costs is very common and, as a by-product, increasing the distance where the products can be sold, which means the door-to-door cabotage system tends perfectly to those needs. It offers the best value for transportation giving it strategic important considering the competitiveness between other companies using the same service.

“This year is full of opportunities and, using innovations, planning, creativity and boldness, Log-In is seeking to transform the challenging scenery and further increase its logistics solutions portfolio”, says Marketing and Market Intelligence Manager from Log-In Intermodal Logistics, Fábio Ricardi, who sees in Intermodal an opportunity to strengthen the company’s position in the industry and get to know what the market has on offer.

Log-In is among over 600 hundred exhibiting brands that will be present at Intermodal South America 22nd Edition, the main meeting point for cargo transportation, logistics and foreign trade industry, which gathers the key players in the industry in a perfect environment for business. This year, the event will take place from 5th to 7th April, at Transamerica Expo Center, in São Paulo.


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