Project Cargo and Machinery

Transitex performs logistics operations for all types of equipment and machinery for engineering and construction projects – from small groupings to full containers, as well as special dimension and weight loads.

Our team’s expertises are:

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Roll on/ Roll off Cargo


Our Global Cargo Project Department makes use of any means of transportation to get our customers’ cargo to their final destination effectively and safely: ship, truck, train and plane – we create competitive solutions tailored to each client’s needs.

For emergency cargo, with the support of our dedicated air cargo team, we offer air solutions:

Serviços para o transporte aéreo de carga
Charter/freighter flights
Long and short term aircraft charter
Transport of sensitive goods
Cargo handling at airports
Loading supervision and cargo inspections

Our network of offices and worldwide authorized agents enables us to monitor the transport of machinery and heavy loads from their point of departure to final delivery on site.

Transporte de Carga Projeto e Maquinaria

Railway machinery transport operation (MAFI) from Lisbon (Portugal), to Port of Santos (Brazil).

Transporte de Carga projeto e Maquinaria

Bus unloading at the port of Maputo, Mozambique, and shipment to final destination in Harare, Zimbabwe. [Departure of buses at the port of Maputo (reception, dispatch and escort) at the port of Maputo destination Harare (Zimbabwe).

Transporte de carga projeto e maquinaria

All logistics for machinery transport to the construction sites in Mocuba and Dumba (Mozambique). The operation originated in Portugal, from where the cargo was sent by sea to the port of Beira and then transported to final destinations.

Transporte marítimo de carga break bulk/ro-ro

Portugal to Africa, largest cargo on a single break bulk/ro-ro cargo ship, with an approximate volume of 10.000m³

Transporte viga de lançamento de Portugal para o Brasil

Transport from origin to the Port of Lisbon and shipment to Rio de Janeiro of 19 break bulk cargoes, including launching beam and 31 containers, totalling about 1.000 tons. The final destination of this cargo was the BR-381 road segment adaptation project.

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Global Department of Project Cargo and Machinery

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