The operation takes place via ferries leaving Manaus (AM) heading to the port of Belém (PA)
Combitrans Amazônia, a logistics company that operates in the Amazon Basin, integrates Brazil with innovative, efficient and sustainable solutions. Aiming to optimize your intralogistics operations with equipment with zero carbon emissions. To this end, the company teamed up with Jungheinrich Brasil, one of the leaders in intralogistics in the world, to rent EFG 540k electric forklifts.
The German company’s equipment will act directly in the loading and unloading of the most diverse goods that the company works with, such as motorcycles, drinks, food products, raw materials for industry, products for agribusiness and others.
The operation takes place in the ports of Manaus (AM) and Belém (PA), and the goods are transported in river mode using SW ferries (floating warehouses) and road mode at Brazil level, with a solution based on the ESG principles of Combitrans Amazônia, always integrating Brazil with sustainability.
With a capacity of four tons, the EFG 540k model is ideal for the most difficult jobs both indoors and outdoors. With maximum movement performance, they consume up to 20% less energy than competitive models. In addition to providing more ergonomics for operators and, consequently, more productivity in day-to-day operations.
“Leasing is the ideal format for those who wish to have support during periods of high seasonal demand, in cases of sudden breakdowns or even to deal with a large and unexpected order”,
says Vigold Georg, the company’s VP in Latin America.
Jungheinrich is one of the global leaders in storage management and material flow solutions. Innovative, it offers its customers consultancy and intralogistics solutions, with a comprehensive portfolio of forklifts and automated storage systems.
Headquartered in Hamburg-GER, it is a publicly traded company, with shares traded on the German stock exchange. Represented worldwide in 41 countries, it employs more than 18,000 employees. In Brazil, it has headquarters in Itupeva (SP) and branches in the cities of Belo Horizonte (MG), Cabo de Santo Agostinho (PE), São José dos Pinhais (PR), Itajaí (SC), Rio de Janeiro (RJ) and São Leopoldo (RS).
*With information from consultancy
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