Brazil’s interim president Michel Temer is pushing ahead with initiatives to boost trade following the likely impeachment of President Dilma Rousseff.
13 Jan 2016
A new player in the shipping business is making a move to take a majority stake in Log-In Logistica, leaving the three largest global container lines that were interested in the Brazilian coastal carrier and terminal operator out in the cold.
07 Jan 2016
Brazil’s government needs to offer more guarantees investments will not be interfered with if foreign global terminal operators are to participate in the latest port concession process, according to Wilen Manteli, president of the Brazilian Association of Ports and Terminals.
05 Jan 2016
Brazil rail operator MRS Logistica, Tuesday morning began informing thousands of its shipper clients that its operations are up and running following a devastating fire just before Christmas at one of its key terminals.
28 Dec 2015
South America’s leading container port of Santos has discovered and detained record levels of counterfeit goods in both tonnage and monetary terms as customs authorities step up their cooperation and detection efforts to crack down on fake imports.
24 Dec 2015
Grimaldi Group has thrown its hat into the ring for two multi-purpose terminals that will be concessioned in Brazil in the next two years.
18 Dec 2015
Brazil coastal carrier Log-In Logistica Intermodal has deployed a new container ship after its volume rose 24.5 percent year-over-year to 241,736 twenty-foot-equivalent units in the first nine months of the year.
16 Dec 2015
Brazil rail operator MRS Logistica SA’s expects container volume to rise at least 10 percent year-over-year in 2016 after volume jumped 34 percent during the first 10 months of this year compared to the same period in 2014.
13 Dec 2015
The jungle port of Porto Chibatao has reopened after the sinking of two harbor cranes and two pontoons into the Rio Negro closed the Manaus, Brazil facility.
11 Dec 2015
Just in time for Christmas there is finally some good news for the stricken container port of Itajai in Brazil, which received the necessary permitting for the construction of an expanded turning basin at a cost of 105 million reais ($27.59 million)
07 Dec 2015
Shippers using the jungle port facility of Chibatão, in Manaus, Brazil, face delays the rest of this week after two floating pontoons and two harbor cranes sunk into the Rio Negro following an accident during the early hours of Sunday morning.