Porto do Itaqui expands liquid bulk terminals to meet high demand for grain production

It ended the first quarter of this year with 6.2 million loads handled, representing an expansion of 5% compared to the same period last year

The highlight goes to the volume of soybeans, which expanded by 29%, and corn, which grew by 137% compared to last year.

Brazil should break a record in grain production this year, with an estimated harvest of 258.9 million tons.

Technologies so that more productivity and consolidation are guaranteed for the various busy production chains.

With Tegram expanding, which includes, in addition to VLI terminal, the two cradles of simultaneous activity

The expectation is to close this year with a volume greater than 13.9 million tons of grain handled.

Click below for more details on the advance of grain production and expansion of the Liquid Bulk Terminals in the Port of Itaqui

Click below for more details on the advance of grain production and expansion of the Liquid Bulk Terminals in the Port of Itaqui