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Universal is the only executive transfer company which has been certified with the OHSAS Standards of Work Safety and Hygiene. We’ve been in the corporative, diplomatic and touristic market for over 45 years, providing services to the most important national and international companies, with the highest quality and safety standards.

"Always a new concept" identifies our vision of always being on the leading edge, seeking continual improvement in every aspect that conform our service, with excellence as our goal.


We are at your service 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. More than 70 people make up the staff of collaborators of the company, all of whom have been trained in customer service and OHSAS safety standards.

Moreover, we have 200 drivers, who provide a unique service, and have been trained in Safe Driving by TARGET a company that specializes in theoretical and practical driving courses. We also have bilingual drivers trained in Custodial Services and Business Etiquette.

Remises Universal, SRL
Founding members of the Argentine Chamber of Remise Agencies (CAAR).

SUMMITS of Presidents and Heads of State of the MERCOSUR:

Year 2006, Córdoba | Year 2008, Tucumán | Year 2012, Mendoza | Year 2014 Paraná, Entre Ríos | Year 2017, Mendoza.


Universal establishes itself as the most important Transfer Services Company, in charge of the transportation of the most famous public figures in politics and show business that visit Buenos Aires.

  • The King and Queen of Spain.
  • Plácido Domingo.
  • The Emir of Qatar. (Over 40 Mercedes Benz and Armored Cars available)
  • Will Smith.
  • Eminem.
  • Daniel Barenboim.

Transfers at the Presidential Inaugurations of:

2011 - Cristina Fernández de Kirchnner
2015 – Mauricio Macri.

Presidents and Official Group Visits.

  • The official visit of Barack Obama to Argentina.
  • The visit of Benjamín Netanyahu, Prime Minister of Israel.
  • The visit of Mike Pemce, Vice President of the United States.
  • The visit of Prime Ministers and Presidents of: France, Germany, Denmark, Canada, Japan.
  • The visit of Queen Maxima of the Netherlands.