Logistics in oil industry

Transport your Oil & Gas Cargo now!

In the event of a price increase, DTS World Cargo will organize your logistics strategically

“A top energy expert predicts that Brent will rise as high as $140 a barrel and stay in that range for most of 2022”


The events in global geopolitics, inflation, increased demand, and other factors could affect businesses that don’t make intelligent decisions.

Use the time to your advantage and leverage the flexibility that DTS World Cargo offers today

DTS World Cargo is your ally in the transport of:




Filter Separators

Flare Stacks

Fuel Gas Packages

Skid packages


Heater Treaters

Horizontal Vessels

Line Heaters


It’s time to partner with

An experienced logistics ally that will you help in times in of uncertainty

Offers you


with budget and deadlines
 to guarantee the safe and
 on-time arrival of your 


in the oil and gas industry
for more than 20 years


advice in search of the most
 convenient logistics options
 for your business

Take the step now and take advantage of the current price for a limited time

“Oil prices are increasing, again, casting a shadow over the economy, driving up inflation and eroding consumer confidence”.

New York Times

Guarantee your -$ savings and success with a logistics partner that offers nimble solutions adapted to your current needs:

Land, sea, and air transportation


Customs and export management

Domestic and international distribution

Warehouse service

Reverse logistics

24/7 professional support

DTS World Cargo is the ideal partner for a successful oil project

Prepare your business for rising prices by locking in your budget while enjoying expert services:

Ability to access different destinations to expand your scope, flexibility and negotiation.

Adaptation to different load volumes, documentation, permits and customs management

Compliance to ensure savings of time, money and resources, security of your cargo

“Experts warn that Brent oil could rise to more than $130 amid the fallout from the conflict”