Held for the first time simultaneously with Intermodal South America at Transamerica Expo Center over three days, the fair gathered various companies from the infrastructure and storage industry for the...Read more
Goodyear is taking advantage on InfraPortos South America participation to present its complete product portfolio to be applied on piling and transportation equipment in ports and terminals (fork-lift and cranes,...Read more
Issues such as the centralisation of decisions, weakening of dock companies and legal uncertainty are themes that are addressed to players of the market present in this edition of InfraPortos...Read more
Another company debut in the fair is T2S – Technology, Solutions and Systems that introduces a new version of TOPS-Advance (Terminal Operarion Package System) which is a full set of...Read more
For the first time taking part in a fair, Imepel Roletes brought innovations such as the Rubber Ring with Metal Insert that provides an improvement of the impact rolls lifetime....Read more
A fair dedicated to the segment of port infrastructure will take place simultaneously with Intermodal South America in São Paulo at Transamérica Expo Center up to Thursday, 9th April.
Innovations, technology...Read more
One of the largest companies in the bulk liquid storage industry in Brazil, Stolthaven Santos owns 89 tanks to take all kinds of bulk liquids and has 135 thousand m3...Read more
To attend the bulk liquid operations, Codesp is investing R$ 55 million on the piers recovery at Alemoa. According to Paulino Vicente, Infrastructure and Execution of Works director, the oscillation...Read more
Despite the good conditions for GLP storage offers (Liquefied Petroleum Gas) in Brazil the market must pay attention when optimizing the receipt of imported goods from some ports of the...Read more
The Port of Santa Marta saw positive indicators during 2014 with respect to cargo movement through its terminal, with growth recorded in numerous cargo sectors.It was also a good year...Read more
The Honduras government has said that having reached an agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the US$460m funds it will receive will be spent “largely on the country’s infrastructure” projects.
The only exhibition in South America dedicated to technologies and equipment for port and terminals segments will take place in April, in São Paulo.
The main meeting point for all companies...Read more