Porto do Itaqui (Maranhao Brazil)

Porto do Itaqui (Maranhao Brazil)

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Porto do Itaqui (Maranhao Brazil)
2011-05-10
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coolkornelia
Ebook

NE Brazil

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  • publication date: 27 Nov 2022
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Located on the coast of São Luís, the state capital, the port has a deep access channel and berths, enabling the mooring of large ships.
Port of Itaqui is the largest cargo port in Brazil, near the city of São Luís, Maranhão. It is not to be confused with the city of Itaqui, in the state of Rio Grande do Sul, near the border with Argentina. The main cargoes include aluminum ingots and bars, pig iron, general, dry and liquid bulk cargoes, soybean and copper.

The Port of Itaqui has 7 operational berths and 1 new petroleum pier to be released in December 2014 (berth 108), with depths that vary from 10-18 meters, and 2 kilometers of wharfs.

The port has a large bonded area of approximately 117,000 m².

Phone: +55 (98) 3216-6000
Mail: comunicacao@emap.ma.gov.br

2016/01/13
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anonymous
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SW Atlantic Ocean

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