TOEPFER UTE

Toepfer UTE | A.D.M.

  • Depth alongside: 45’ + at low tide
  • Access draft: 45’00” SW
  • Max LOA: 270
  • Max Beam:
  • Airdraft: 18 m
  • Tide restriction: Yes
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: No
  • Method of loading: elevator/belts
  • Working hours: M/F 0700-1900 Sat 0700 – 1300
  • Overtime: Sat 1300 to Mon 0700 M/F 1900-0700
  • Loading rate: 2000 tph
  • Bunkers: Yes
  • Fresh Water: Yes
  • Garbage collection compulsory: No
  • Others: Towage compulsory Allows port panamax
  • Others:

Location

Province of Buenos Aires

Ing. White “A” Category port

AII others “B” Category port.

Lat 38º47 S Long 62º16 W

Lat 34º34.S Long 58º23.W

Charts: Arg H-211, 212, 254, 255, 256, 257, 258, 259.

BA 1331, 3066, 3755

Bahía Blanca is an important commercial and industrial centre of 350,000 inhabitants and is also the southernmost important city in the fertile Pampa. The most important industrial activities are the petrochemical industry (fed by oil and gas ducts from the Neuquén and Patagonic basins) and the agricultural industry. To a lesser degree the foodstuffs and fish processing industries are also prominent. A traditional point of distribution towards the south and southwest of the country, Bahia Blanca has excellent road and railway connections. Five highways connect the city in all directions as also do the Ferrocarril Pampeano and Ferrosur Roca railways. The ports of Bahía Blanca and Talcahuano (Chile) are connected by Highway N°22 and by the Ferrosur Roca railway (with truck transfer from Zapala and Lonquimay) which form an inter-oceanic corridor. The Comandante Espora airport is served by daily domestic commercial flights.

General description:

The port, known collectively as Bahía Blanca, comprises the following ports, all on the north side, as encountered from the mouth of the estuary, inwards: Puerto Rosales, Puerto Belgrano Naval Base, Port Ingeniero White and Port Galván.

TBB SITIO 5/6

TBB Sitio 5/6 for handy vessels | Terminal Bahia Blanca

  • Depth alongside: 24’ + at low tide
  • Access draft: 33’00” SW
  • Max LOA: 230
  • Max Beam:
  • Airdraft: 11,5 m
  • Tide restriction: Yes
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: No
  • Method of loading: elevator/belts
  • Working hours: M/F 0700-1900 Sat 0700 – 1300
  • Overtime: Sat 1300 to Mon 0700 M/F 1900-0700
  • Loading rate: 1200 tph
  • Bunkers: Yes
  • Fresh Water: Yes
  • Garbage collection compulsory: No
  • Others: Towage compulsory Allows port panamax
  • Others:

Location

Province of Buenos Aires

Ing. White “A” Category port

AII others “B” Category port.

Lat 38º47 S Long 62º16 W

Lat 34º34.S Long 58º23.W

Charts: Arg H-211, 212, 254, 255, 256, 257, 258, 259.

BA 1331, 3066, 3755

Bahía Blanca is an important commercial and industrial centre of 350,000 inhabitants and is also the southernmost important city in the fertile Pampa. The most important industrial activities are the petrochemical industry (fed by oil and gas ducts from the Neuquén and Patagonic basins) and the agricultural industry. To a lesser degree the foodstuffs and fish processing industries are also prominent. A traditional point of distribution towards the south and southwest of the country, Bahia Blanca has excellent road and railway connections. Five highways connect the city in all directions as also do the Ferrocarril Pampeano and Ferrosur Roca railways. The ports of Bahía Blanca and Talcahuano (Chile) are connected by Highway N°22 and by the Ferrosur Roca railway (with truck transfer from Zapala and Lonquimay) which form an inter-oceanic corridor. The Comandante Espora airport is served by daily domestic commercial flights.

General description:

The port, known collectively as Bahía Blanca, comprises the following ports, all on the north side, as encountered from the mouth of the estuary, inwards: Puerto Rosales, Puerto Belgrano Naval Base, Port Ingeniero White and Port Galván.

TBB SITIO 9

TBB Sitio 9 | Terminal Bahia Blanca S.A.

  • Depth alongside: 42’ + at low tide
  • Access draft: 45’00” SW
  • Max LOA: 250
  • Max Beam:
  • Airdraft: 17 m
  • Tide restriction: Yes
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: No
  • Method of loading: elevator/belts
  • Working hours: M/F 0700-1900 Sat 0700 – 1300
  • Overtime: Sat 1300 to Mon 0700 M/F 1900-0700
  • Loading rate: 1200 tph
  • Bunkers: Yes
  • Fresh Water: Yes
  • Garbage collection compulsory: No
  • Others: Towage compulsory Allows port panamax
  • Others:

Location

Province of Buenos Aires

Ing. White “A” Category port

AII others “B” Category port.

Lat 38º47 S Long 62º16 W

Lat 34º34.S Long 58º23.W

Charts: Arg H-211, 212, 254, 255, 256, 257, 258, 259.

BA 1331, 3066, 3755

Bahía Blanca is an important commercial and industrial centre of 350,000 inhabitants and is also the southernmost important city in the fertile Pampa. The most important industrial activities are the petrochemical industry (fed by oil and gas ducts from the Neuquén and Patagonic basins) and the agricultural industry. To a lesser degree the foodstuffs and fish processing industries are also prominent. A traditional point of distribution towards the south and southwest of the country, Bahia Blanca has excellent road and railway connections. Five highways connect the city in all directions as also do the Ferrocarril Pampeano and Ferrosur Roca railways. The ports of Bahía Blanca and Talcahuano (Chile) are connected by Highway N°22 and by the Ferrosur Roca railway (with truck transfer from Zapala and Lonquimay) which form an inter-oceanic corridor. The Comandante Espora airport is served by daily domestic commercial flights.

General description:

The port, known collectively as Bahía Blanca, comprises the following ports, all on the north side, as encountered from the mouth of the estuary, inwards: Puerto Rosales, Puerto Belgrano Naval Base, Port Ingeniero White and Port Galván.

CARGILL

Cargill | Cargill S.A.C.I.

  • Depth alongside: 44’ + at low tide
  • Access draft: 45’00” SW
  • Max LOA: 250
  • Max Beam:
  • Airdraft: 18 m
  • Tide restriction: Yes
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: No
  • Method of loading: elevator/belts
  • Working hours: M/F 0700-1900 Sat 0700 – 1300
  • Overtime: Sat 1300 to Mon 0700 M/F 1900-0700
  • Loading rate: 2000 tph
  • Bunkers: Yes
  • Fresh Water: Yes
  • Garbage collection compulsory: No
  • Others: Towage compulsory Allows port panamax

Location

Province of Buenos Aires

Ing. White “A” Category port

AII others “B” Category port.

Lat 38º47 S Long 62º16 W

Lat 34º34.S Long 58º23.W

Charts: Arg H-211, 212, 254, 255, 256, 257, 258, 259.

BA 1331, 3066, 3755

Bahía Blanca is an important commercial and industrial centre of 350,000 inhabitants and is also the southernmost important city in the fertile Pampa. The most important industrial activities are the petrochemical industry (fed by oil and gas ducts from the Neuquén and Patagonic basins) and the agricultural industry. To a lesser degree the foodstuffs and fish processing industries are also prominent. A traditional point of distribution towards the south and southwest of the country, Bahia Blanca has excellent road and railway connections. Five highways connect the city in all directions as also do the Ferrocarril Pampeano and Ferrosur Roca railways. The ports of Bahía Blanca and Talcahuano (Chile) are connected by Highway N°22 and by the Ferrosur Roca railway (with truck transfer from Zapala and Lonquimay) which form an inter-oceanic corridor. The Comandante Espora airport is served by daily domestic commercial flights.

General description:

The port, known collectively as Bahía Blanca, comprises the following ports, all on the north side, as encountered from the mouth of the estuary, inwards: Puerto Rosales, Puerto Belgrano Naval Base, Port Ingeniero White and Port Galván.

PROFERTIL

Profertil | Profertil S.A.

  • Depth alongside: 43’ + at low tide
  • Access draft: 45’00” SW
  • Max LOA: 235
  • Max Beam:
  • Airdraft: 17 m
  • Tide restriction: Yes
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: No
  • Method of loading: elevator/belts
  • Working hours: M/F 0700-1900 Sat 0700 – 1300
  • Overtime: Sat 1300 to Mon 0700 M/F 1900-0700
  • Loading rate: 1000 tph
  • Bunkers: No
  • Fresh Water: Yes
  • Garbage collection compulsory: No
  • Others: Swell restrictions. Towage compulsory.

Location

Province of Buenos Aires

Ing. White “A” Category port

AII others “B” Category port.

Lat 38º47 S Long 62º16 W

Lat 34º34.S Long 58º23.W

Charts: Arg H-211, 212, 254, 255, 256, 257, 258, 259.

BA 1331, 3066, 3755

Bahía Blanca is an important commercial and industrial centre of 350,000 inhabitants and is also the southernmost important city in the fertile Pampa. The most important industrial activities are the petrochemical industry (fed by oil and gas ducts from the Neuquén and Patagonic basins) and the agricultural industry. To a lesser degree the foodstuffs and fish processing industries are also prominent. A traditional point of distribution towards the south and southwest of the country, Bahia Blanca has excellent road and railway connections. Five highways connect the city in all directions as also do the Ferrocarril Pampeano and Ferrosur Roca railways. The ports of Bahía Blanca and Talcahuano (Chile) are connected by Highway N°22 and by the Ferrosur Roca railway (with truck transfer from Zapala and Lonquimay) which form an inter-oceanic corridor. The Comandante Espora airport is served by daily domestic commercial flights.

General description:

The port, known collectively as Bahía Blanca, comprises the following ports, all on the north side, as encountered from the mouth of the estuary, inwards: Puerto Rosales, Puerto Belgrano Naval Base, Port Ingeniero White and Port Galván.

GALVAN 2-3

Galvan 2-3| Glencore / O.M.H.S.A.

  • Depth alongside: 36’ + at low tide
  • Access draft: 42’00” SW
  • Max LOA: 240
  • Max Beam: 35
  • Airdraft: 16 m
  • Tide restriction: Yes
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: No
  • Method of loading: open berth / pipelines for unloading fueloil
  • Working hours: M/F 0700-1900 Sat 0700 – 1300
  • Overtime: Sat 1300 to Mon 0700 M/F 1900-0700
  • Loading rate: 1600 tph
  • Bunkers: Yes
  • Fresh Water: Yes
  • Garbage collection compulsory: No
  • Others: NAABSA clause applicable. Towage compulsory.

Location

Province of Buenos Aires

Ing. White “A” Category port

AII others “B” Category port.

Lat 38º47 S Long 62º16 W

Lat 34º34.S Long 58º23.W

Charts: Arg H-211, 212, 254, 255, 256, 257, 258, 259.

BA 1331, 3066, 3755

Bahía Blanca is an important commercial and industrial centre of 350,000 inhabitants and is also the southernmost important city in the fertile Pampa. The most important industrial activities are the petrochemical industry (fed by oil and gas ducts from the Neuquén and Patagonic basins) and the agricultural industry. To a lesser degree the foodstuffs and fish processing industries are also prominent. A traditional point of distribution towards the south and southwest of the country, Bahia Blanca has excellent road and railway connections. Five highways connect the city in all directions as also do the Ferrocarril Pampeano and Ferrosur Roca railways. The ports of Bahía Blanca and Talcahuano (Chile) are connected by Highway N°22 and by the Ferrosur Roca railway (with truck transfer from Zapala and Lonquimay) which form an inter-oceanic corridor. The Comandante Espora airport is served by daily domestic commercial flights.

General description:

The port, known collectively as Bahía Blanca, comprises the following ports, all on the north side, as encountered from the mouth of the estuary, inwards: Puerto Rosales, Puerto Belgrano Naval Base, Port Ingeniero White and Port Galván.

DREYFUS

Terminal Dreyfus | L.D.C Argentina S.A

  • Depth alongside: 42’ + at low tide
  • Access draft: 45’00” SW
  • Max LOA: 230
  • Max Beam:
  • Airdraft: 18 m
  • Tide restriction: Yes
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: No
  • Method of loading: elevator/belts
  • Working hours: M/F 0700-1900 Sat 0700 – 1300
  • Overtime: Sat 1300 to Mon 0700 M/F 1900-0700
  • Loading rate: 1500 tph
  • Bunkers: No
  • Fresh Water: No
  • Garbage collection compulsory: No
  • Others: Towage compulsory Allows port panamax

Location

Province of Buenos Aires

Ing. White “A” Category port

AII others “B” Category port.

Lat 38º47 S Long 62º16 W

Lat 34º34.S Long 58º23.W

Charts: Arg H-211, 212, 254, 255, 256, 257, 258, 259.

BA 1331, 3066, 3755

Bahía Blanca is an important commercial and industrial centre of 350,000 inhabitants and is also the southernmost important city in the fertile Pampa. The most important industrial activities are the petrochemical industry (fed by oil and gas ducts from the Neuquén and Patagonic basins) and the agricultural industry. To a lesser degree the foodstuffs and fish processing industries are also prominent. A traditional point of distribution towards the south and southwest of the country, Bahia Blanca has excellent road and railway connections. Five highways connect the city in all directions as also do the Ferrocarril Pampeano and Ferrosur Roca railways. The ports of Bahía Blanca and Talcahuano (Chile) are connected by Highway N°22 and by the Ferrosur Roca railway (with truck transfer from Zapala and Lonquimay) which form an inter-oceanic corridor. The Comandante Espora airport is served by daily domestic commercial flights.

General description:

The port, known collectively as Bahía Blanca, comprises the following ports, all on the north side, as encountered from the mouth of the estuary, inwards: Puerto Rosales, Puerto Belgrano Naval Base, Port Ingeniero White and Port Galván.

CLPB

Central Piedra Buena CLPB | Pampa Energía S.A.

  • Depth alongside: 43’ + at low tide
  • Access draft: 45’00” SW
  • Max LOA: 275
  • Max Beam:
  • Airdraft:
  • Tide restriction: Yes
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: No
  • Method of loading: open berth / pipelines for unloading fueloil
  • Working hours: M/F 0700-1900 Sat 0700 – 1300
  • Overtime: Sat 1300 to Mon 0700 M/F 1900-0700
  • Loading rate: 1000 tph unloading rate
  • Bunkers: Yes
  • Fresh Water: Yes
  • Garbage collection compulsory: No
  • Others: Swell restrictions. Towage compulsory.

Location

Province of Buenos Aires

Ing. White “A” Category port

AII others “B” Category port.

Lat 38º47 S Long 62º16 W

Lat 34º34.S Long 58º23.W

Charts: Arg H-211, 212, 254, 255, 256, 257, 258, 259.

BA 1331, 3066, 3755

Bahía Blanca is an important commercial and industrial centre of 350,000 inhabitants and is also the southernmost important city in the fertile Pampa. The most important industrial activities are the petrochemical industry (fed by oil and gas ducts from the Neuquén and Patagonic basins) and the agricultural industry. To a lesser degree the foodstuffs and fish processing industries are also prominent. A traditional point of distribution towards the south and southwest of the country, Bahia Blanca has excellent road and railway connections. Five highways connect the city in all directions as also do the Ferrocarril Pampeano and Ferrosur Roca railways. The ports of Bahía Blanca and Talcahuano (Chile) are connected by Highway N°22 and by the Ferrosur Roca railway (with truck transfer from Zapala and Lonquimay) which form an inter-oceanic corridor. The Comandante Espora airport is served by daily domestic commercial flights.

General description:

The port, known collectively as Bahía Blanca, comprises the following ports, all on the north side, as encountered from the mouth of the estuary, inwards: Puerto Rosales, Puerto Belgrano Naval Base, Port Ingeniero White and Port Galván.

MULTIPROPOSITO

Multiproposito | Consorcio de Gestion de Puerto de Bahía Blanca

  • Depth alongside: 44’ + at low tide
  • Access draft: 45’00” SW
  • Max LOA: 270
  • Max Beam:
  • Airdraft:
  • Tide restriction: Yes
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: No
  • Method of loading: open berth / containers terminal
  • Working hours: M/F 0700-1900 Sat 0700 – 1300
  • Overtime: Sat 1300 to Mon 0700 M/F 1900-0700
  • Loading rate: 720 tph
  • Bunkers: Yes
  • Fresh Water: Yes
  • Garbage collection compulsory: No
  • Others: Swell restrictions. Towage compulsory.

Location

Province of Buenos Aires

Ing. White “A” Category port

AII others “B” Category port.

Lat 38º47 S Long 62º16 W

Lat 34º34.S Long 58º23.W

Charts: Arg H-211, 212, 254, 255, 256, 257, 258, 259.

BA 1331, 3066, 3755

Bahía Blanca is an important commercial and industrial centre of 350,000 inhabitants and is also the southernmost important city in the fertile Pampa. The most important industrial activities are the petrochemical industry (fed by oil and gas ducts from the Neuquén and Patagonic basins) and the agricultural industry. To a lesser degree the foodstuffs and fish processing industries are also prominent. A traditional point of distribution towards the south and southwest of the country, Bahia Blanca has excellent road and railway connections. Five highways connect the city in all directions as also do the Ferrocarril Pampeano and Ferrosur Roca railways. The ports of Bahía Blanca and Talcahuano (Chile) are connected by Highway N°22 and by the Ferrosur Roca railway (with truck transfer from Zapala and Lonquimay) which form an inter-oceanic corridor. The Comandante Espora airport is served by daily domestic commercial flights.

General description:

The port, known collectively as Bahía Blanca, comprises the following ports, all on the north side, as encountered from the mouth of the estuary, inwards: Puerto Rosales, Puerto Belgrano Naval Base, Port Ingeniero White and Port Galván.

MEGA

Mega | YPF S.A. / Petrobras Argentina S.A. / DOW S.A.

  • Depth alongside: 43’ + at low tide
  • Access draft: 45’00” SW
  • Max LOA: 230
  • Max Beam:
  • Airdraft: 16,5 m
  • Tide restriction: Yes
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: No
  • Method of loading: pipelines/loading arms
  • Working hours: M/F 0700-1900 Sat 0700 – 1300
  • Overtime: Sat 1300 to Mon 0700 M/F 1900-0700
  • Loading rate: 900 tph
  • Bunkers: Yes
  • Fresh Water: Yes
  • Garbage collection compulsory: No
  • Others: Swell restrictions. Towage compulsory.

Location

Province of Buenos Aires

Ing. White “A” Category port

AII others “B” Category port.

Lat 38º47 S Long 62º16 W

Lat 34º34.S Long 58º23.W

Charts: Arg H-211, 212, 254, 255, 256, 257, 258, 259.

BA 1331, 3066, 3755

Bahía Blanca is an important commercial and industrial centre of 350,000 inhabitants and is also the southernmost important city in the fertile Pampa. The most important industrial activities are the petrochemical industry (fed by oil and gas ducts from the Neuquén and Patagonic basins) and the agricultural industry. To a lesser degree the foodstuffs and fish processing industries are also prominent. A traditional point of distribution towards the south and southwest of the country, Bahia Blanca has excellent road and railway connections. Five highways connect the city in all directions as also do the Ferrocarril Pampeano and Ferrosur Roca railways. The ports of Bahía Blanca and Talcahuano (Chile) are connected by Highway N°22 and by the Ferrosur Roca railway (with truck transfer from Zapala and Lonquimay) which form an inter-oceanic corridor. The Comandante Espora airport is served by daily domestic commercial flights.

General description:

The port, known collectively as Bahía Blanca, comprises the following ports, all on the north side, as encountered from the mouth of the estuary, inwards: Puerto Rosales, Puerto Belgrano Naval Base, Port Ingeniero White and Port Galván.

SITIO 5 GALVÁN

Sitio 5 Galván | Consorcio de Gestión de Puerto de Bahía Blanca

  • Depth alongside: 26’ + at low tide
  • Access draft: 35’00” SW
  • Max LOA: 230
  • Max Beam:
  • Airdraft:
  • Tide restriction: Yes
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: No
  • Method of loading: open berth
  • Working hours: M/F 0700-1900 Sat 0700 – 1300
  • Overtime: Sat 1300 to Mon 0700 M/F 1900-0700
  • Loading rate: 1600 tph
  • Bunkers: Yes
  • Fresh Water: Yes
  • Garbage collection compulsory: No
  • Others: Swell restrictions. Towage compulsory.

Location

Province of Buenos Aires

Ing. White “A” Category port

AII others “B” Category port.

Lat 38º47 S Long 62º16 W

Lat 34º34.S Long 58º23.W

Charts: Arg H-211, 212, 254, 255, 256, 257, 258, 259.

BA 1331, 3066, 3755

Bahía Blanca is an important commercial and industrial centre of 350,000 inhabitants and is also the southernmost important city in the fertile Pampa. The most important industrial activities are the petrochemical industry (fed by oil and gas ducts from the Neuquén and Patagonic basins) and the agricultural industry. To a lesser degree the foodstuffs and fish processing industries are also prominent. A traditional point of distribution towards the south and southwest of the country, Bahia Blanca has excellent road and railway connections. Five highways connect the city in all directions as also do the Ferrocarril Pampeano and Ferrosur Roca railways. The ports of Bahía Blanca and Talcahuano (Chile) are connected by Highway N°22 and by the Ferrosur Roca railway (with truck transfer from Zapala and Lonquimay) which form an inter-oceanic corridor. The Comandante Espora airport is served by daily domestic commercial flights.

General description:

The port, known collectively as Bahía Blanca, comprises the following ports, all on the north side, as encountered from the mouth of the estuary, inwards: Puerto Rosales, Puerto Belgrano Naval Base, Port Ingeniero White and Port Galván.

POSTA 1 INFLAMABLES

Posta 1 Inflamables | Consorcio de Gestión de Puerto de Bahía Blanca

  • Depth alongside: 42’ + at low tide
  • Access draft: 43’00” SW
  • Max LOA: 230
  • Max Beam:
  • Airdraft: 17 m
  • Tide restriction: Yes
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: No
  • Method of loading: pipelines/loading arms
  • Working hours: M/F 0700-1900 Sat 0700 – 1300
  • Overtime: Sat 1300 to Mon 0700 M/F 1900-0700
  • Loading rate: 300 tph
  • Bunkers: Yes
  • Fresh Water: Yes
  • Garbage collection compulsory: No
  • Others: Swell restrictions. Towage compulsory.

Location

Province of Buenos Aires

Ing. White “A” Category port

AII others “B” Category port.

Lat 38º47 S Long 62º16 W

Lat 34º34.S Long 58º23.W

Charts: Arg H-211, 212, 254, 255, 256, 257, 258, 259.

BA 1331, 3066, 3755

Bahía Blanca is an important commercial and industrial centre of 350,000 inhabitants and is also the southernmost important city in the fertile Pampa. The most important industrial activities are the petrochemical industry (fed by oil and gas ducts from the Neuquén and Patagonic basins) and the agricultural industry. To a lesser degree the foodstuffs and fish processing industries are also prominent. A traditional point of distribution towards the south and southwest of the country, Bahia Blanca has excellent road and railway connections. Five highways connect the city in all directions as also do the Ferrocarril Pampeano and Ferrosur Roca railways. The ports of Bahía Blanca and Talcahuano (Chile) are connected by Highway N°22 and by the Ferrosur Roca railway (with truck transfer from Zapala and Lonquimay) which form an inter-oceanic corridor. The Comandante Espora airport is served by daily domestic commercial flights.

General description:

The port, known collectively as Bahía Blanca, comprises the following ports, all on the north side, as encountered from the mouth of the estuary, inwards: Puerto Rosales, Puerto Belgrano Naval Base, Port Ingeniero White and Port Galván.

POSTA 2 INFLAMABLES

Posta 2 Inflamables | Consorcio de Gestión de Puerto de Bahía Blanca

  • Depth alongside: 42’ + at low tide
  • Access draft: 43’00” SW
  • Max LOA: 230
  • Max Beam:
  • Airdraft: 17 m
  • Tide restriction: Yes
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: No
  • Method of loading: pipelines/loading arms
  • Working hours: M/F 0700-1900 Sat 0700 – 1300
  • Overtime: Sat 1300 to Mon 0700 M/F 1900-0700
  • Loading rate: 850 tph
  • Bunkers: Yes
  • Fresh Water: Yes
  • Garbage collection compulsory: No
  • Others: Swell restrictions. Towage compulsory.

Location

Province of Buenos Aires

Ing. White “A” Category port

AII others “B” Category port.

Lat 38º47 S Long 62º16 W

Lat 34º34.S Long 58º23.W

Charts: Arg H-211, 212, 254, 255, 256, 257, 258, 259.

BA 1331, 3066, 3755

Bahía Blanca is an important commercial and industrial centre of 350,000 inhabitants and is also the southernmost important city in the fertile Pampa. The most important industrial activities are the petrochemical industry (fed by oil and gas ducts from the Neuquén and Patagonic basins) and the agricultural industry. To a lesser degree the foodstuffs and fish processing industries are also prominent. A traditional point of distribution towards the south and southwest of the country, Bahia Blanca has excellent road and railway connections. Five highways connect the city in all directions as also do the Ferrocarril Pampeano and Ferrosur Roca railways. The ports of Bahía Blanca and Talcahuano (Chile) are connected by Highway N°22 and by the Ferrosur Roca railway (with truck transfer from Zapala and Lonquimay) which form an inter-oceanic corridor. The Comandante Espora airport is served by daily domestic commercial flights.

General description:

The port, known collectively as Bahía Blanca, comprises the following ports, all on the north side, as encountered from the mouth of the estuary, inwards: Puerto Rosales, Puerto Belgrano Naval Base, Port Ingeniero White and Port Galván.

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