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Terminal in the Port of São Francisco do Sul/SC (TESC)

Terminal in the Port of São Francisco do Sul/SC (TESC) 

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  • CLASSIFICATION BY MEETING

    2nd Meeting

  • SECTOR

    Ports

  • ASSET

    Brownfield Project

  • PROJECT STATUS

    Completed

  • TYPE OF PARTNERSHIP

    Extension

  • CAPACITY

    1.5 million tons / year

  • INVESTMENT CAPEX

    BRL 138 million

  • MAJOR AGENCIES INVOLVED

    National Waterway Transportation Agency (ANTAQ), Ministry of Transport (MTPA)

  • TERM OF RENTAL EXTENSION

    25 years

  • DATE OF SIGNATURE

    07/27/2017

Project Summary

According to historical data collected from the Ministry of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade (MDIC), between 2006 and 2014, there was an average growth trend of 7.4% per year of ocean movement in the Port of São Francisco in the State of Santa Catarina.

Soybean exports through the port of São Francisco do Sul have also grown steadily in the last 5 years, at an average rate of nearly 13% per year, the same rate of soybean exports when considering all domestic ports. In this context, it should be emphasized that fertilizers are inputs for agricultural production, and that they are also linked to a similar logistic chain.

The company TESC-Terminal Santa Catarina S.A., in the face of a marked reduction in container handling and in order to promote the growth of its operation through the diversification of cargoes, is proposing new investments in the handling of solid bulk: grains and fertilizers.

The investments, in this case, will be made in the first four years of the extended contract, totaling BRL 138 million, divided into (i) investments for civil works for the construction of 4 silos, facilities, automation and railroad siding in the amount of BRL 72 million and (ii) investments in equipment, which were budgeted at BRL 66 million, divided into 3 years. Such investments will allow the increase of 1.5 million tons in solid bulk handling per year, as of 2023.

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