Importance: The main cargo to be handled at the terminal is soybean meal, which represents 11% of the port’s “solid vegetable bulk” profile and has a prominent importance in the Brazilian trade balance, with the country occupying the second position in world exports. Nowadays the cargo is sent to the Port of Santos, so that there will be a considerable reduction in internal transport costs with the change to the Port of Santana, much closer to the soy producing region in Brazil, located mainly in the state of Mato Grosso. In addition to this reduction in domestic transport, it must also be considered that Santana has a competitive advantage due to its proximity to Europe, allowing savings of five days of maritime navigation in comparison with Santos.
4th Trim 2020
1st Trim 2021
2nd Trim 2021
estimated 793 (direct, indirect and income effect)
R$ 41,35 million
Cargo - Solid Vegetable
Resolution No. 107, of february 19, 2020.