Brazil's largest terminal operator is reconsidering its assets at the Port of Imbituba with a possibility they could be sold off.
In Brazil, the Federal Public Ministry (MPF) is reportedly investigating irregularities in the concession of the box terminal operated by Santos Brasil at Guarujá, on the left bank of the Port of Santos.
Alex Hughes finds out why every terminal should know what’s happening every minute on its berth
The rapid spread of the Zika virus has prompted ports to take action, finds Alex Hughes
Before the approval of Brazil's port reform bill MP595, national operator Santos Brasil admits that it felt uncomfortable investing in areas outside of public ports as the previous legislation did not entirely allow for the handling of third party traffic.
Brazil has reached an historic point in its port history, as Alex Hughes explains
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