Port of Vila Do Conde (Para Brazil)

Port of Vila Do Conde (Para Brazil)

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Port of Vila Do Conde (Para Brazil)
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Caractéristiques

Eau
Gasoil
Chantier naval
Epicerie
Port de commerce

Description

Port of Vila Do Conde (Para Brazil)
2016-01-11
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Vila do Conde has a causeway extending 450m from the shore leading to a jetty which serves an aluminum factory. The outer berth is 292m long and is used for handling bulk cargo. The inner berth is 251m long and is used for handling general cargo and aluminum ingots. The depths alongside are 12.2m at the inner berth and 18.9m at the outer berth. The maximum permissible draft is governed by the fairway depth in the Rio Para.

Phone: +55 91 91 3754 1027
Fax: +55 91 3754 1176
2019/09/17
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