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AMAGGI Logistics operations are mainly focused on navigation operations, covering the transportation of grain originated and also of own production, as well as port operations and river navigation in the Northwest Corridor of Exportation, through which the grains of the northwest regions of Mato Grosso and south of Rondônia are outflowed. All these operations are managed and operated directly by the company. The grains are transported from Porto Velho by the Madeira River to the grain port of Itacoatiara, and from there to their final destination on ships. In the Tapajós corridor, which constitutes a Joint Venture with Bunge, the transshipment is carried out in Itaituba, and the cargo follows by barges to Barcarena.
Navigation is the priority mode in the outflow of grains to external customers, since it is the one with the lowest financial and socio-environmental impact in order to make this operation feasible. In the search for an even more efficient operation, AMAGGI bets on the combination of this logistic environment with the road and rail modalities. The integration among modal transports is a strong point of the company's economic and socio-environmental strategy: where there is no possibility of integration with waterway, the railroad is used, an integration that corresponds to 30% of the volume transported by AMAGGI and whose participation the company has been striving to raise. Road and rail transport are not part of AMAGGI's own fleet.
More information on the socio-environmental impacts of logistics intermodality you can check in Climate Change and Responsible Truck Driver Program.
157 granule barges
(5 others under construction)
20 operating pushers
(18 own and 2 chartered)
3,700 million tons
of grains transported
2013: 2,800 2014: 2,700 2015: 3,500 2016: 3,700
Volume (x 1,000)
In a joint venture, AMAGGI Logistics also operates in navigation through the Tapajós river, from Miritituba to the Port of Barcarena, both locations in Pará.
8 operating pushers
(4 own and 4 chartered)
1,600 million tons
2014: 836 2015: 1,532 2016: 1,600