Globalia Sao Paulo/Itajai moves a very sensitive high-value shipment consisting of two sculptures

They took care of the entire logistics of this cargo that was moved from the USA to the consignee’s doorstep in Brazil

LAC Worldwide do Brasil Transportes Internacionais, Globalia member in Itajai and Sao Paulo, moves a shipment consisting of two sculptures. They transported this sensitive and high-value shipment from Miami, USA, to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The cargo had approximately 1,000 kg of cubic weight.

LAC Worldwide do Brasil Transportes Internacionais were responsible for every aspect of this door-to-door shipment. To begin with, they moved the sculptures to a warehouse in Miami that specializes in luxury and fine art collections. They also arranged for equipment for truck lifting and lashing. Next, they moved the cargo to their warehouse for inspection, fumigation, and labeling.

LAC Worldwide - independent freight forwarder
LAC Worldwide – independent freight forwarder

 

Following this, they moved the shipment to the airport with tracking and escort. The cargo flew from Miami to Viracopos, where they removed the cargo in customs transit with an escort to a customs terminal to carry out the customs clearance process. In the next step, they delivered the two works of art to the client’s house in Rio de Janeiro. During the last phase of the transportation, they had the cargo escorted and monitored by satellite.

Following this, they moved the shipment to the airport with tracking and escort. The cargo flew from Miami to Viracopos, where they removed the cargo in customs transit with an escort to a customs terminal to carry out the customs clearance process. In the next step, they delivered the two works of art to the client’s house in Rio de Janeiro. During the last phase of the transportation, they had the cargo escorted and monitored by satellite.

To quote Mr. Luiz Gustavo Avesani Moura, the CEO of Globalia Sao Paulo/Itajai, “The most challenging aspect of this project was the successful handling without any claim for such sensitive and high-value items. Moreover, in addition to logistics, the LAC customs clearance division was responsible for all tax planning and customs clearance. A big shout-out to my entire team for yet another successful accomplishment!”

Congratulations to LAC Worldwide for successfully delivering this high-value shipment!

Globalia Itajai and Sao Paolo successfully handles a complicated OOG cargo shipment

They moved the cargo consisting of a piece of machinery in 5 x 40´ FR and 2 x 40´ HC from the Port of Buenos Aires to the Port of Manaus

LAC Worldwide do Brasil, Globalia member in Itajai and Sao Paolo, Brazil recently moved an OOG projects Ex-works from Argentina to Brazil. LAC contracted this project for the transportation of machinery at Incoterms: Ex Works. They used 5 x 40´ Flat Racks and 2 x 40´ High Cubes for moving the OOG shipment from Buenos Aires to Manaus.

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LAC Worldwide do Brasil successfully handles an OOG shipment

 

In the words of Mr. Luiz Gustavo Avesani Moura, the CEO of LAC Worldwide “Perhaps the greatest challenge of this project was to obtain the special containers during this ongoing equipment shortage. Furthermore, we had to ensure the space for various equipment of this type with the shipowner. Lastly, the numerous blank sailings at the port of Buenos Aires led to a huge accumulation of cargo at the point of origin. In spite of all these challenges, our team stood up to the occasion and ensured the seamless transportation of the cargo.”

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OOG shipment by LAC Worldwide do Brasil

 

They also carried out the transportation of the machines from the point of origin to the port. Additionally, LAC was also responsible for several other aspects of this shipment. This included obtaining special transport licenses, loading/lashing of machines, and equipment certification. Moreover, they were also in charge of the complete survey at the origin and destination. “This was yet another successful project performed by our project team. I would like to congratulate my entire team and especially our project director Felipe Sellera who impeccably handled every aspect of this complicated project,” adds Mr. Moura.

Congratulations to LAC Worldwide for the successful handling of this project and all the best for their future projects!

Globalia Sao Paulo/Itajai obtains a contract for the weekly air shipment of perishable cargo

They will be moving out a total of 300 tons of fresh ginger from Brazil to Miami, USA

LAC Worldwide do Brasil Transportes Internacionais, Globalia member in Sao Paolo and Itajai, Brazil, signs a contract for the export of 300 tons of fresh ginger from Brazil to Miami, USA. The shipment will be sent out on a weekly basis whereby they will export 15 to 20 tons of cargo per week via air freight. Their team will be required to carefully plan and execute the delivery of the cargo on the very day of the flight’s departure while taking special care of the task of space allocation.

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To quote Luiz Gustavo Avesani Moura, the CEO of LAC Worldwide, “Perishable cargo is a very specific niche where our team has and will continue to exhibit its expertise and availability 24×7 for the success of the operation. As it is a highly perishable item, our customs brokerage team has to carry out documents coordination and export customs clearance with the consent of MAPA (Ministry of Agriculture). Thanks to our vast experience in the perishable cargo sector, we are confident about executing this project flawlessly.”

Congratulations to LAC Worldwide for garnering this important project!

Globalia Itajai/Sao Paulo obtains an esteemed certification from ANTT- National Agency of Land Transportation in Brazil

This OTM- Multimodal Transport Operator certification with both national and international scope will be valid for a period of 10 years

LAC Worldwide do Brasil, the Globalia member in Itajai and Sao Paulo, Brazil, has been awarded the OTM (Multimodal Transport Operator) certification by the National Agency of Land Transportation in Brazil. This certification will enable LAC Worldwide to act as a contractor for transporting multimodal cargo from its origin to destination by their own means or through third parties while performing the task of management of all door-to-door services under a contract.

In the words of Mr. Luiz Gustavo Avesani Moura, the CEO of LAC Worldwide, “The constant efforts of our team have been duly rewarded and the OTM certification will surely encourage our clients and partners to place their trust in our company more confidently than ever before. Apart from the OTM certification, we’re also in the process of obtaining the AEO (Authorized Economic Operator) certification which will give our team the status of a safe and reliable company in its operations.”

Congratulations to LAC Worldwide do Brazil for garnering this important certification!