RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Rumo, a Brazilian rail logistics company controlled by Cosan Logística, completed in March the first year of the project that connects the municipality of Rondonópolis (MT) with the port of Santos, operating trains with 120 wagons.
The goal is to increase capacity and efficiency in Brazil's main agro-industrial corridor.
According to Portos e Navios, the model represents a capacity increase of about 50% compared to the trains that ran with 80 wagons.
At 11,500 tons per train, the operation recorded a monthly volume of more than 5.5 billion tons per . . .