Log-In emerged from our experience in planning, managing and operating the best solutions for cargo movement. The Company has an integrated network, which eases port operations and door-to-door transportation, mainly due to an extensive intermodal network that allows geographical coverage all over Brazil and Mercosul.

With customized solutions and a highly-qualified team, Log-In is able to reduce its clients’ transportation costs through its expertise in logistics planning to the effective delivery of products.

Log-In offers its clients the following advantages:

  • Reduction of logistics costs
  • Visibility and information
  • Cargo integrity
  • Trustworthiness
  • Flexibility
  • Reduction of CO2 emissions in the atmosphere

The Company‘s Intermodal Services consist of the following activities:

  • Coastal Shipping: maritime transportation between ports located in Brazil and Mercosul coast, integrated with outsourced service for short-haul road transportation
  • Port Terminal: management and operation of a container port terminal, the Terminal de Vila Velha (TVV), in the state of Espírito Santo, Brazil;
  • Intermodal Terminals: inland operations of intermodal cargo terminals, integrated with Coastal Shipping services.

Log-In uses an extensive and integrated transportation network, which allows the Company to serve the key regions of Brazil, which account for 70% of the Brazilian GDP, and the trade flow among these regions, as well as to provide innovative and efficient solutions for the transportation of the products of Log-In‘s more than 1,500 clients, including leading Brazilian and international companies with operations in Brazil and Mercosul.

In Brazil, after deforestation, the transportation sector is the main producer of CO² emissions, and within the sector, road transportation is the main source of emissions. In a country of continental dimensions such as Brazil, it is possible to considerably reduce emissions due to road transportation. The option for a rational use of the intermodal network, with a higher use of maritime transportation (more effective for long-haul transportation), contributes, consequently, to a culture of environmental efficiency.