Eurotainer US, Inc. has selected APM Terminals Inland Services Argentina as the exclusive agent for the sales and marketing of its tank container leasing services in Argentina.APM Terminals serves the Argentinian market through five strategically located Inland Service Depots located in key markets along the full length of the country. The company offers equipment lifecycle management, transportation services and cargo support.
The company’s Puerto Deseaso Depot has an established container sales and leasing business and its depot in Ushuaia is one of the main container repair centers in South America. Continuous training ensures that its personnel are familiar with international repair criteria and the latest technologies. The agreement with Eurotainer is a natural extension of these businesses.
APM Terminals has an experienced sales and customer service team with established connections to the chemical, mining, agriculture, energy, food & beverage industries that make up the largest target markets for Eurotainer. APM Terminals is also the exclusive agent for Eurotainer in Colombia, Chile and Bolivia.
For the last 35 years, Eurotainer has been a worldwide leader of the tank container leasing industry, servicing a wide range of customers from diverse industries. As the leader in international bulk gas and liquid transportation equipment leasing, Eurotainer offers equipment for liquids, liquefied gas and cryogenic liquid gas in the most optimized, safest, state of the art equipment available.
The Eurotainer fleet encompasses 30,000 tank containers and small portable tanks in 150 types and sizes. The company’s client base is global as is their office network with operations in the Americas, Europe and Asia Pacific.
APM Terminals operates one of the world’s most comprehensive port and integrated inland service networks through 76 ports and more than 100 inland terminals. With a team of 22,000 industry professionals, APM Terminals is uniquely positioned to help global customers grow their business and achieve better supply chain efficiency, flexibility and dependability to compete and win in world markets.
Source: Maritime Shipping News