América Latina Logística

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Rumo Logistica Operadora Multimodal S.A.
Sociedade Anônima
Traded as
Industry Logistics
Founded 1997; 19 years ago (1997)
Headquarters Curitiba, Brazil
Key people
Wilson Ferro de Lara, (Chairman)
Paulo Basílio, (CEO)
Products Intermodal freight transport
Revenue Increase US$ 1.5 billion (2013) [1]
Decrease US$ 11.8 million (2013) [2]
Number of employees
8,500
Parent Cosan
Website all-logistica.com

Rumo formerly known América Latina Logística (ALL) is a Brazilian logistic company, mainly focused in the railway line logistics in Brazil, being the largest company in Latin America in this segment, the company provides also transportation services such as logistics, intermodal transport, port operations, movement and storage of merchandise, administration of storage facilities and general storage. It is also involved in lease of railroad equipment to third parties, and offers road transport services in Brazil through América Latina Logística Intermodal S.A.

History[edit]

The company was founded as "Ferrovia Sul Atlântico" in 1997 and is headquartered in Curitiba, Paraná state. Pursuant to a privatization process it began operating lines in Paraná, Santa Catarina, and Rio Grande do Sul. It began operations in São Paulo state in 1998, and later (2001) acquired Delara Ltda, a Brazilian logistics company also operating in Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay. Operations were extended to Mato Grosso and Mato Grosso do Sul through acquisition in 2006. There are connections with the standard gauge rail networks in Paraguay and Uruguay and with the 1,000 mm (3 ft 3 38 in) metre gauge network in Brazil.

The company assumed its current name after acquisition of its Argentine railway interests in 1999. There it partnered with Railroad Development Corporation and the Argentine government until June 2013 in the operation of two freight services:

On June 4, 2013, the Argentine government cancelled ALL's concessions due to contract violations by failing to invest and accumulating fines worth 30 percent of the concession.[4] The head of Trenes Especiales Argentinos, which had operated passenger services on the General Urquiza Railway, has publicly supported the decision, claiming that ALL was responsible for the deterioration of the standard gauge network.[5]

ALL operates a subsidiary named Brado Logistics which handles intermodal freight.[6]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] ALL 2010 revenues increase for R$ 2.7/ USD 1.7 Billion
  2. ^ [2] ALL 2010 net income jumps 591% for R$239.9/USD 151.8 Million
  3. ^ a b "El Gobierno rescinde el contrato del Tren de la Costa y del Parque de la Costa", Apertura.com, 4 Jun 2013
  4. ^ Argentina Seizes Railway From Brazil’s ALL Over Contract Breach, Bloomberg.com, 2013-06-04
  5. ^ Desde TEA quieren volver con el tren y espera el llamado del Estado Spanish) - Territorio Digital, 22 September 2015.
  6. ^ Ferrari, Gustavo (4 February 2013). "Brado orders 600 more AmstedMaxion wagons". International Railway Journal. Retrieved 2013-06-03. 

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