Brazil Improves Super Port in Southern State of Rio Grande do Sul

The handling capacity now meets international navigation standards, and the port is able to receive vessels of up to 366 meters in length, rather than only 337 meters.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - After two years of dredging works using a federal investment of R$500 million (US$100 million), the Port of Rio Grande – the main port in the southernmost Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Sul – will be able to receive vessels of up to 366 meters in length. This is because the port’s new draft, (15 meters) was officially approved on October 26th . . .

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