With an area of 7.8 million square meters, 53 terminals
involved in its operations and 60 berths
, Brazil's largest logistics hub managed by the Santos Port Authority (SPA)
will be the main stage of the XXX Latin American Congress of Ports
in its 2022 edition.
In its 30-years history, Santos has positioned itself as the largest port in Latin America.
Its terminals connect with routes that lead to more than 600 ports in 125 countries
around the world.
Every year, Porto de Santos processes millions of tons of different kinds of cargo.
From breakbulk, containerized, general and special cargo, project cargo, roll-on roll-off, dry bulk, liquid bulk, industrial, construction, food and technology, among others. All varieties of cargo are handled by the Brazilian giant.
The 147 million tons of cargo moved by its terminals last year
included sugar, coffee beans, orange juice, fuels, soybeans, fertilizers, bran, cellulose, spare parts, bulk liquids and automobiles.
Tourism also represents a relevant business segment for the port, as it serves many international cruise lines.