A public consultation on the privatisation of the Port of Santos should take place later this year.
Colombia may not have won that many medals at the recent Tokyo Olympics but its key port of Cartagena is certainly a winner in the transshipment business.
With priority now established for TCP in container handling and Paraguayan transshipment returning the ambition is to establish Montevideo as the leading regional hub.
A new collaboration will see the Port of Santa Fe in Argentina expand its operational reach.
Truckers are fighting the opening of the railroad between La Paz, Bolivia and the port of Arica in northern Chile but it seems inevitable. Rob Ward reports.
Construction of a new multipurpose port in South America has been authorised.
A digital growth masterplan is being developed at a South American port to aid smart development.
Ecuador had a very difficult 2020 due to COVID-19 but prospects are now improving. Rob Ward assesses the impact on ports and looks at expected developments for 2021.
Brazil’s leading association for port terminal operators has vented its fury at the attempts to close the Sepetiba Tecon container terminal and CSN solid bulk terminal, as Rob Ward discovers.
A Brazilian terminal operator is taking early steps to renew its contract at the country’s largest port with substantial investment plans.
After a torrid 2020, operators of Brazil’s ro-ro terminals are hoping for a significant improvement in vehicles handled this year but challenges remain. Rob Ward investigates.
Brazil’s ports are facing a national 24-hour strike that could significantly impact shipping operations.
A special economic zone at an Ecuadorian port will boost the country’s foreign trade.
Rob Ward examines in depth the forthcoming Santos port privatisation and charts why the process is going to be very complicated.
The latest phase of Brazilian port privatisation and terminal concessioning is rolling out. Rob Ward talks exclusively to the country’s Minister for Ports and Waterways.