Brazil: Ports of Southern Paraná state have the best January in their history with 4.1 million tons

Portos do Paraná CEO Luiz Fernando Garcia explains that the volume of soybeans exported is unexpected for the month and follows the pace that had already been coming since the end of last year. "In January last year, almost no soybeans were shipped here. This year, however, there were 714,870 tons," he says.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The year has already started with a record in terms of handling in the ports of Paraná, as January closed with 4.15 million tons of cargo, between exports and imports.

The volume handled in the first month is 15% higher than the almost 3.6 million tons recorded in the same period of 2020 and the best January in the ports' history.

"This was the best first month we have ever had in movement. It is the first time we exceeded four million tons in the first month," commented Portos do Paraná CEO, Luiz Fernando . . .

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