Brazilian South Ports loses space in exports, North arc has jumping 16%
The participation of Arc-South fell from 82% to 66% in four years on exports from Mato Grosso soybeans, while the Arco Norte grew from 18% to 34%.
Port of Santana, in Amapá, embarks first soy ship
Around 25,000 tons of grain were shipped. Logistics costs to state producers should decrease from R$ 12.00 per bag to R$ 3.00 per ton.
Pará wins first liquefied gas terminal in Barcarena
On Wednesday (11), the State Governor, Simão Jatene, and Norsk Hydro signed the feasibility agreement for the implementation of the first TGNL (Regasification Terminal for Liquefied Natural Gas) in the State.