Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Port of Santos is the leader in agribusiness

Responsible for more than a quarter of Brazil's trade balance, the port of Santos play strategic role in the economy of the country. Is the main point of entry and exit of industrialized loads, bustling traditionally in containers. And also stands out in the agribusiness, leading both imports of inputs for the production of fertilizers in the export of agricultural produce and meats.
Between charges more associated with the docks of Santos, is the orange juice. Produced mainly in São Paulo, the product is shipped through specialized terminals at the port. According to industry data, 95% of the juice shipped by Brazil passes through the region. Of every five glasses of drink consumed on the planet, three came from the docks of Santos.
The complex also leads the shipments of coffee beans, moved in containers (to protect the commodity from rains and also ensure your safety, due to your high value). Traditionally, Santos responds by 70% or even 80% of shipments in the country.
Other charges in the pier santista comes out ahead are the sugar (mainly produced by plants from São Paulo) and soybeans (coming in your majority, the farms of the Midwest), which are responsible for much of the tonnage shipped by the terminals in the region.
In relation to the Brazilian Santos total accounts for about two-thirds of the shipments of sugar-and as the country is the largest exporter of the commodity, with 50% of foreign sales, the docks of Santos ends up going down one-third of global shipments. These operations are carried out in specialized terminals in the region of Outeirinhos, in the Hall (both on the right bank), in Vicente de Carvalho (left margin) and across the Piaçaguera.
Soy is also busy in the Hall, in Piaçaguera channel and Vicente de Carvalho. Are shipped both grains like your meal (used for animal feed).
The port still has national importance us shipments of corn (almost 50% of Brazilian shipments), cotton (around two thirds), ethanol (about 70%) and beef (has already reached more than 80%) – the latter, transported in refrigerated containers.
GlobalFert - 17/10/2017
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