Navios is one of the leading global brands in seaborne shipping, specializing in the worldwide carriage, trading, storage and related logistics of international bulk cargoes. For 58 years, raw materials producers, agricultural traders and exporters, industrial end users, ship owners, charterers, ship and derivative brokers, agents, and financial business partners have relied on Navios' expertise and innovation.
As a carrier, Navios operates a diverse portfolio of Capesize, Panamax, Ultra-Handymax and Handy size bulk carriers, deploying owned, chartered and leased vessels. Navios has extensive experience performing complex freight movements and bulk cargo logistics around the world, and in providing innovative solutions for customers' special requirements. In addition, the company owns and operates the largest bulk terminal in Uruguay and one of the largest liquid ports in Paraguay – one of the most successful and prominent operations of its kind in South America. Navios' worldwide technical ship management capacity is based on a team of industry professionals graduated from the world's leading international schools of naval architecture and marine engineering.
Navios is a leader and innovator in seaborne risk management and shipping advisory services, and a strong financial partner with a secure asset base. Navios' focus on risk management characterizes the company's commercial and operational decisions and enables business partners to reduce their vessel and cargo exposure, and to control shipping and fuel costs. Navios' combination of technical and financial expertise and balance sheet strength make the company a preferred business advisor and counterparty for industry-related transactions.
Navios maintains offices in Monaco, Piraeus, Greece, New York, USA, Montevideo, Uruguay, Antwerp, Belgium, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Asuncion, Paraguay. As a public company, Navios is committed to executing on behalf of shareholders and providing best-in-class service to both customers and business partners.