Port handling in Brazil grows 5.5% from January to October

344.5 million tons of goods passed through Brazilian terminals. The private ports that had the most significant growth were the Waterway Terminal of São Francisco do Sul, in Santa Catarina, (95.3%) and the Port Terminal of Pecém, in Ceará, (36.2%).

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The national port sector, which includes public and private ports, handled one billion tons from January to October 2021, according to data released today (13), in Brasilia, by the National Agency of Waterway Transport (Antaq). The number represented a growth of 5.5% in relation to the same period in 2020.

Public ports registered 344.5 million tons, an increase of 5.01%, and private facilities 665.8 million tons, a high of 5.70%.

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