2013 will be a continued year of change.
South American Ports
Coverage of container shipping and logistics at South American ports throughout the region such as Buenos Aires, Argentina, Valparasio, Chile, and Callao, Peru, as well as the biggest container port in South America, the Port of Santos, Brazil.
News & Analysis
17 Jul 2017
In its tight competition with Paranagua for the title of chicken export capital of the world, Itajai will need to be able to handle larger tonnage if it is to succeed.
12 Jul 2017
Neither Codesp, nor CPSP could say when the full draft would be restored.
07 Jul 2017
An Asia-ECSA service is a prime example of why ports around the world are racing to upgrade their infrastructure to keep up with growing ship sizes.
05 Jul 2017
The draft restrictions are particularly problematic for Santos because of the seemingly ceaseless upsizing of tonnage taking place on the east coast of South America.
03 Jul 2017
Carriers can lose up to 16 hours as vessels wait to be refueled.
28 Jun 2017
The long-neglected south Brazilian port of Imbituba has secured its first deep-sea contract in more than two years.
26 Jun 2017
The Cape Sounio is the largest vessel in the Israeli ocean carrier’s fleet.
23 Jun 2017
Portonave is the second-largest container terminal in Brazil.
15 Jun 2017
Strong fruit exports, especially melons, are driving growth at the northeast Brazilian port of Pecem this year.
09 Jun 2017
The closure caused heavy losses for shippers, carriers, and terminal operators.
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