Portonave is the second-largest container terminal in Brazil.
AAPA’s Latin American/Caribbean Management Conference to Explore Port Alliances, Development, Productivity
30 Mar 2017
Hong Kong, China, Egypt, and Chile have modified their all-out ban of Brazilian beef exports to focus only on rejecting shipments from 21 packing plants.
28 Mar 2017
New equipment at Tecon Rio Grande worth $40 million should help the south Brazilian port handle growing volume.
23 Mar 2017
Brazilian meat shippers have suffered another blow.
22 Mar 2017
The scandal revolved around a federal police investigation that translates to “The Flesh is Weak.”
17 Mar 2017
Brazil formerly had an independent port ministry.
15 Mar 2017
The gains came despite draft restrictions and strikes by customs officers and stevedores.
12 Mar 2017
Unprecedented consolidation of ocean carriers and the restructuring of global vessel-sharing alliances from four to three is wreaking havoc on several smaller Brazilian container terminals.
11 Mar 2017
A gradual return to more open domestic and international trade policies provided a small spark to the Brazilian economy in late 2016 and boosts carrier optimism.
10 Mar 2017
Global marine terminal operator DP World is set to deepen its involvement in Brazil’s port sector.
09 Mar 2017
Brazil’s government for years now has been concessioning out infrastructure to boost investment and foster modernization.