Terrestrial Transport

This type of transport is one whose networks spread throughout the Earth's surface. The vast majority of terrestrial transport are carried by road. There are other modes of land transport, such as train or special. One of the biggest advantages is the access to facilities shippers and consignees of any of the other modes of transport which facilitates the loading and unloading of goods.

Already in the pre-Columbian Inca period they had a rudimentary but efficient interconnected road system throughout their empire where different types of goods were moved. On foot or on the backs of llamas, their goods managed to get to their destination. Sometimes through rope bridges between the mountains. Other people used canoes or boats as a means of communication.

In the 20th century the formation and installation of large corporations manufacturers has given a boost to the production of vehicles for both private use and for the public and goods transport and export to third countries. With the economic growth of recent years, it is expected that Brazil and Argentina will soon reach levels of use of vehicles compared to the most developed countries worldwide.