Integrated to the Center Atlantic Railroad and comprised by the Integrated Terminals Uberaba (one of the largest and most modern in Latin America) and Guará, this corridor encompasses important producing regions of the country, besides being one of the main export routes in Brazil by means of the Santos Sea Port and also the Port Integrated Terminal Luiz Antônio Mesquita - Tiplam.
The new Tiplam offers an innovative and competitive alternative for moving goods and the transport of fuels in the State of São Paulo. Santos, besides parts of the State of Minas Gerais, the Center-Southeast corridor also encompasses part of the State of Goiás and the Federal District.
Located in the Southeast of Brazil, encompassing part of the States of Rio de Janeiro, Espírito Santo and Minas Gerais, the corridor enables the transport of fuels, offering a greater agility in the region for the consumer market.
• For an effective national distribution, RBF Gestão e Participação develops joint ventures with foreign and national companies in Supply, for receiving Diesel, Gasoline, Biofuels and Byproducts in one of the mentioned Ports.
Joint venture with railroad logistics companies, such as VLI e MRS, for the transport of Diesel, Gasoline, Biofuels and Byproducts, which allows us a greater agility in the structuring of the National supply.
Using Integrated Terminals and Loading Terminals throughout the way of the railroad, creating a direct supply channel in the States.
Brazil has a sea cost that is 7,491 kilometers long, where the great majority of the States are located, using the cabotage in the logistics between the Ports.
Logistics and Supply
An important pint for the market supply is the logistics, which supplements the national supply strategy.
Structuring of tanks in Sea Ports, Dry Ports and Intermodal Terminals, using the tax benefits applicable to each region.
Through the Itaqui Sea Port - State of Maranhão, leading to the Integrated Terminal of National Port in Tocantins and the Intermodal Terminal in Anápolis - State of Goiás, the corridor allows the transport of the production and the sale of fuels and other related products.
The North-South Railroad, essential for this Brazilian region, where it serves MATOPIBA (States of Maranhão, Tocantins, Piauí and Bahia) and the region of the States of Mato Grosso, Pará and Goiás.