Our differentials


National Coverage

Only company in the industry to serve the entire nation with its own infrastructure, BRASPRESS operates with its own branches throughout Brazil. These are located in the country’s main regional centers.

More than three thousand trucks overcome the distances of our continental country to meet our customer’s most diverse needs. We have the most modern fleet in the country, with an average age of three years and which undergoes constant technological evolution.

Infrastructure

To ensure the safety of deliveries and of the professionals involved in operations, BRASPRESS allies the highest technology and a highly qualified team. We have invested about 6% of our revenues in security and risk management with the goal of eliminating the incidents of cargo theft.

A National Center for Risk Management and Monitoring established in its main office in São Paulo coordinates units in Campinas (SP), Piracicaba (SP), Rio de Janeiro, Brasilia, Belo Horizonte, Porto Alegre and Recife. The monitoring is done 100% within the company with trackers, sensors and actuators installed in the entire fleet, in addition to electronic fence systems, internal CCTV circuit, highly trained security agents and 24-hour tracking through satellite systems and radio communication systems.

Technology

To ensure agility and safety in all its operations and services, BRASPRESS invests in cutting-edge technology and innovation.

Built with one of the most advanced technologies and with the TIER III classification concept, the company’s Data Center is designed to support a huge volume of data traffic while ensuring 100% availability.

Automation

A pioneer in the implementation of efficient management tools, BRASPRESS counts on a specialized team of automation engineers and globally recognized suppliers.

The company has the most modern and up-to-date SORTER (Automated Parcel Classification System) in Latin America and the Southern Hemisphere at its head office in Guarulhos (São Paulo), known as the Blue Planet Complex. With an extension of 6.4 km, the system has classification capacity of 15 thousand parcels per hour, with 16 input lines and 102 output ramps, the super cross-belt sorter.

BRASPRESS has another sizeable system in its Rio de Janeiro and Curitiba branches, called shoe SORTERS. It also maintains calibration conveyor belts for dimensioning and weighing of parcels in about 70 branches and two SORTER compacts, one in the Bauru (SP) branch and the other in Porto Alegre (RS).