Rock-it Global spearheads worldwide logistics operations for Brazil’s Rally dos Sertões

posted on 16th August 2023 by Eddie Saunders
Rock-it Global spearheads worldwide logistics operations for Brazil’s Rally dos Sertões

Rock-it Global has been named the official logistics partner for Rally dos Sertões in a multi-year contract running until 2026.

Rally dos Sertões, the biggest rallying event in the Americas, is a cross-country off-road competition that has been held in Brazil since 1993 and is named after the Sertão region.

“Rock-it is providing transportation of team equipment, vehicles, and support equipment from any location worldwide to the rally, and back again after the event,” said Alex Amaral, Regional Manager for Motorsports and Business Development Manager, Rock-it Global.

“One of the many challenges of this rally is that it goes through many small towns throughout Brazil with very little infrastructure.

“Rock-it has employees on the ground that can coordinate and manage this and get any equipment needed throughout the entire rally route.

“Rock-it also deals with all requisite documentation including customs clearance and carnets for the teams.”

Elsewhere, as part of the partnership, Rock-it will use its long-standing reputation in motorsports logistics to help Rally dos Sertões grow the event both in terms of participation and global stature.

Rock-it Global has more than 15 years of experience in serving the logistics needs of motorsports teams and federations including the industry leader that competes in open-wheel single-seater formula racing cars.

“It is a pleasure to have Rock-it on board with us,” said Joaquim Monteiro, CEO of Dunas, organizer of Rally dos Sertões.

“What started more than 30 years ago as a romantic adventure has turned out to be, as the years go by, more and more professional and global.

“Brazilian teams are relying more on world-class material, which puts a high emphasis on logistics and freight.

“Having Rock-it as our official logistics partner brings us the certitude that we’re more than well covered.”