SIDERCA

Siderca | Tenaris – Siderca

  • Depth alongside: 32´ + river height
  • Access draft: 32´ Feet FW
  • Max LOA: 225
  • Max Beam:
  • Airdraft:
  • Tide restriction: No
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: No
  • Method of loading: Shore traveling grab and hooper (bulk cargo) – ship’s cranes (pipes and bars)
  • Working hours: M/F 0700-1900 Sat 0700-1300
  • Overtime: M/F 0700-1900 Sat 0700-1300
  • Loading rate: Steel pipes 650 mt/shift 6 hrs – Steel bars 1000 mt/shift 6 hrs – Disch rate iron ore 14000 mt/day
  • Bunkers: Yes
  • Fresh Water: Yes
  • Garbage collection compulsory: Yes
  • Others:

Location

Km 97 Paraná de las Palmas right margin
Province of Buenos Aires
“B” Category Port
Lat 34º 09 S Long 58º 58 W
Arg Chart H-130, C.R.# 1 Sheet 4 Ba 1982 A/2039

Located at Km 97 on the right margin of the Paraná de las Palmas, Campana is in the province of Buenos Aires and has a population of 80,000. Apart from having considerable port and commercial activities, Campana also has a good industrial infrastructure. Outstanding are SIDERCA, the manufacturer of seamless steel pipes and the ESSO oil distillery, among other industries. It is well connected with other important industrial areas (Pacheco, Garín, Pilar and Tortuguitas) as well as with the industrial belt of the northwestern greater Buenos Aires. Located 10 km from the Zárate-Brazo Largo Bridge, it has good connections with Mesopotamia, Brazil and Uruguay. The NCA railway and also various highways connect it directly with Rosario, Córdoba, Santiago del Estero and Tucumán.

Port general description:

Campana is a port situated on the right hand margin of the river Paraná de las Palmas, the branch of the River Paraná on which the Mitre Channel is located. It is about 75km NW of Buenos Aires by road and is the home of Siderca steel mill, which produces steel piping. It is also growing as an alternative port to Buenos Aires for certain cargoes, particularly fruit and automobiles

EUROAMERICA

Euroamerica | Don Pedro Group

  • Depth alongside: 32´ + river height
  • Access draft: 32´ Feet FW
  • Max LOA: 230
  • Max Beam:
  • Airdraft:
  • Tide restriction: No
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: No
  • Method of loading: Ship´s cranes – Grabs – Shore´s Hoppers (Bulk Cargo)
  • Working hours: M/F 0700-1900 Sat 0700-1300
  • Overtime: M/F 0700-1900 Sat 0700-1300
  • Loading rate:
  • Bunkers: Yes
  • Fresh Water: Yes
  • Garbage collection compulsory: Yes
  • Others:

Location

Km 97 Paraná de las Palmas right margin
Province of Buenos Aires
“B” Category Port
Lat 34º 09 S Long 58º 58 W
Arg Chart H-130, C.R.# 1 Sheet 4 Ba 1982 A/2039

Located at Km 97 on the right margin of the Paraná de las Palmas, Campana is in the province of Buenos Aires and has a population of 80,000. Apart from having considerable port and commercial activities, Campana also has a good industrial infrastructure. Outstanding are SIDERCA, the manufacturer of seamless steel pipes and the ESSO oil distillery, among other industries. It is well connected with other important industrial areas (Pacheco, Garín, Pilar and Tortuguitas) as well as with the industrial belt of the northwestern greater Buenos Aires. Located 10 km from the Zárate-Brazo Largo Bridge, it has good connections with Mesopotamia, Brazil and Uruguay. The NCA railway and also various highways connect it directly with Rosario, Córdoba, Santiago del Estero and Tucumán.

Port general description:

Campana is a port situated on the right hand margin of the river Paraná de las Palmas, the branch of the River Paraná on which the Mitre Channel is located. It is about 75km NW of Buenos Aires by road and is the home of Siderca steel mill, which produces steel piping. It is also growing as an alternative port to Buenos Aires for certain cargoes, particularly fruit and automobiles

DEPSA

DEPSA | Desarrollos Portuarios S.A.

  • Depth alongside: 32´ + river height
  • Access draft: 32´ Feet FW
  • Max LOA: 200
  • Max Beam:
  • Airdraft:
  • Tide restriction: No
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: No
  • Method of loading: Ship’s cranes
  • Working hours: M/F 0700-1900 Sat 0700-1300
  • Overtime: M/F 0700-1900 Sat 0700-1300
  • Loading rate: 650 mt/shift 6 hrs steel pipes – 1000 mt/shift 6 hrs steel bars
  • Bunkers: Yes
  • Fresh Water: Yes
  • Garbage collection compulsory: Yes
  • Others:

Location

Km 97 Paraná de las Palmas right margin
Province of Buenos Aires
“B” Category Port
Lat 34º 09 S Long 58º 58 W
Arg Chart H-130, C.R.# 1 Sheet 4 Ba 1982 A/2039

Located at Km 97 on the right margin of the Paraná de las Palmas, Campana is in the province of Buenos Aires and has a population of 80,000. Apart from having considerable port and commercial activities, Campana also has a good industrial infrastructure. Outstanding are SIDERCA, the manufacturer of seamless steel pipes and the ESSO oil distillery, among other industries. It is well connected with other important industrial areas (Pacheco, Garín, Pilar and Tortuguitas) as well as with the industrial belt of the northwestern greater Buenos Aires. Located 10 km from the Zárate-Brazo Largo Bridge, it has good connections with Mesopotamia, Brazil and Uruguay. The NCA railway and also various highways connect it directly with Rosario, Córdoba, Santiago del Estero and Tucumán.

Port general description:

Campana is a port situated on the right hand margin of the river Paraná de las Palmas, the branch of the River Paraná on which the Mitre Channel is located. It is about 75km NW of Buenos Aires by road and is the home of Siderca steel mill, which produces steel piping. It is also growing as an alternative port to Buenos Aires for certain cargoes, particularly fruit and automobiles

MARIPASA

Maripasa | Don Pedro Group

  • Depth alongside: 32´ + river height
  • Access draft: 32´ Feet FW
  • Max LOA: 230
  • Max Beam:
  • Airdraft: 9 m
  • Tide restriction: No
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: No
  • Method of loading: Ship´s cranes – Grabs – Shore´s Hoppers (Bulk Cargo)
  • Working hours: M/F 0700-1900 Sat 0700-1300
  • Overtime: M/F 0700-1900 Sat 0700-1300
  • Loading rate:
  • Bunkers: Yes
  • Fresh Water: Yes
  • Garbage collection compulsory: Yes
  • Others:

Location

Km 97 Paraná de las Palmas right margin
Province of Buenos Aires
“B” Category Port
Lat 34º 09 S Long 58º 58 W
Arg Chart H-130, C.R.# 1 Sheet 4 Ba 1982 A/2039

Located at Km 97 on the right margin of the Paraná de las Palmas, Campana is in the province of Buenos Aires and has a population of 80,000. Apart from having considerable port and commercial activities, Campana also has a good industrial infrastructure. Outstanding are SIDERCA, the manufacturer of seamless steel pipes and the ESSO oil distillery, among other industries. It is well connected with other important industrial areas (Pacheco, Garín, Pilar and Tortuguitas) as well as with the industrial belt of the northwestern greater Buenos Aires. Located 10 km from the Zárate-Brazo Largo Bridge, it has good connections with Mesopotamia, Brazil and Uruguay. The NCA railway and also various highways connect it directly with Rosario, Córdoba, Santiago del Estero and Tucumán.

Port general description:

Campana is a port situated on the right hand margin of the river Paraná de las Palmas, the branch of the River Paraná on which the Mitre Channel is located. It is about 75km NW of Buenos Aires by road and is the home of Siderca steel mill, which produces steel piping. It is also growing as an alternative port to Buenos Aires for certain cargoes, particularly fruit and automobiles

AXION ENERGY PIER E

Axion Energy Pier E | Axion Energy

  • Depth alongside: 25.5’ + river height
  • Access draft: 25’06” FW
  • Max LOA: 150
  • Max Beam: 32
  • Airdraft: 7,80 m
  • Tide restriction: No
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: Yes
  • Method of loading: Lines
  • Working hours: M/F 0700-1900 Sat 0700 – 1300
  • Overtime: Sat 1300 to Mon 0600 M/F 1900-0700
  • Loading rate:250 Cbm ph (Naphtha) – 400 Cbm (Gas Oil)
  • Bunkers: Yes
  • Fresh Water: Yes
  • Garbage collection compulsory: Yes
  • Others:

Location

Km 97 Paraná de las Palmas right margin
Province of Buenos Aires
“B” Category Port
Lat 34º 09 S Long 58º 58 W
Arg Chart H-130, C.R.# 1 Sheet 4 Ba 1982 A/2039

Located at Km 97 on the right margin of the Paraná de las Palmas, Campana is in the province of Buenos Aires and has a population of 80,000. Apart from having considerable port and commercial activities, Campana also has a good industrial infrastructure. Outstanding are SIDERCA, the manufacturer of seamless steel pipes and the ESSO oil distillery, among other industries. It is well connected with other important industrial areas (Pacheco, Garín, Pilar and Tortuguitas) as well as with the industrial belt of the northwestern greater Buenos Aires. Located 10 km from the Zárate-Brazo Largo Bridge, it has good connections with Mesopotamia, Brazil and Uruguay. The NCA railway and also various highways connect it directly with Rosario, Córdoba, Santiago del Estero and Tucumán.

Port general description:

Campana is a port situated on the right hand margin of the river Paraná de las Palmas, the branch of the River Paraná on which the Mitre Channel is located. It is about 75km NW of Buenos Aires by road and is the home of Siderca steel mill, which produces steel piping. It is also growing as an alternative port to Buenos Aires for certain cargoes, particularly fruit and automobiles

AXION ENERGY PIER G

Axion Energy Pier G | Axion Energy

  • Depth alongside: 29.5’ + river height
  • Access draft: 14’06” FW
  • Max LOA: 100
  • Max Beam: 25
  • Airdraft: 4,50 m
  • Tide restriction: No
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: Yes
  • Method of loading: Lines
  • Working hours: M/F 0700-1900 Sat 0700 – 1300
  • Overtime: Sat 1300 to Mon 0600 M/F 1900-0700
  • Loading rate:250 Cbm ph (Naphtha) – 400 Cbm (Gas Oil)
  • Bunkers: Yes
  • Fresh Water: Yes
  • Garbage collection compulsory: Yes
  • Others:

Location

Km 97 Paraná de las Palmas right margin
Province of Buenos Aires
“B” Category Port
Lat 34º 09 S Long 58º 58 W
Arg Chart H-130, C.R.# 1 Sheet 4 Ba 1982 A/2039

Located at Km 97 on the right margin of the Paraná de las Palmas, Campana is in the province of Buenos Aires and has a population of 80,000. Apart from having considerable port and commercial activities, Campana also has a good industrial infrastructure. Outstanding are SIDERCA, the manufacturer of seamless steel pipes and the ESSO oil distillery, among other industries. It is well connected with other important industrial areas (Pacheco, Garín, Pilar and Tortuguitas) as well as with the industrial belt of the northwestern greater Buenos Aires. Located 10 km from the Zárate-Brazo Largo Bridge, it has good connections with Mesopotamia, Brazil and Uruguay. The NCA railway and also various highways connect it directly with Rosario, Córdoba, Santiago del Estero and Tucumán.

Port general description:

Campana is a port situated on the right hand margin of the river Paraná de las Palmas, the branch of the River Paraná on which the Mitre Channel is located. It is about 75km NW of Buenos Aires by road and is the home of Siderca steel mill, which produces steel piping. It is also growing as an alternative port to Buenos Aires for certain cargoes, particularly fruit and automobiles

AXION ENERGY PIER H

Axion Energy Pier H | Axion Energy

  • Depth alongside: 29.5’ + river height
  • Access draft: 34’00” FW
  • Max LOA: 220
  • Max Beam: 37
  • Airdraft: 10,37 m
  • Tide restriction: No
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: Yes
  • Method of loading: Lines
  • Working hours: M/F 0700-1900 Sat 0700 – 1300
  • Overtime: Sat 1300 to Mon 0600 M/F 1900-0700
  • Loading rate:250 Cbm ph (Naphtha) – 400 Cbm (Gas Oil)
  • Bunkers: Yes
  • Fresh Water: Yes
  • Garbage collection compulsory: Yes
  • Others:

Location

Km 97 Paraná de las Palmas right margin
Province of Buenos Aires
“B” Category Port
Lat 34º 09 S Long 58º 58 W
Arg Chart H-130, C.R.# 1 Sheet 4 Ba 1982 A/2039

Located at Km 97 on the right margin of the Paraná de las Palmas, Campana is in the province of Buenos Aires and has a population of 80,000. Apart from having considerable port and commercial activities, Campana also has a good industrial infrastructure. Outstanding are SIDERCA, the manufacturer of seamless steel pipes and the ESSO oil distillery, among other industries. It is well connected with other important industrial areas (Pacheco, Garín, Pilar and Tortuguitas) as well as with the industrial belt of the northwestern greater Buenos Aires. Located 10 km from the Zárate-Brazo Largo Bridge, it has good connections with Mesopotamia, Brazil and Uruguay. The NCA railway and also various highways connect it directly with Rosario, Córdoba, Santiago del Estero and Tucumán.

Port general description:

Campana is a port situated on the right hand margin of the river Paraná de las Palmas, the branch of the River Paraná on which the Mitre Channel is located. It is about 75km NW of Buenos Aires by road and is the home of Siderca steel mill, which produces steel piping. It is also growing as an alternative port to Buenos Aires for certain cargoes, particularly fruit and automobiles

AXION ENERGY PIER C

Axion Energy Pier C | Axion Energy

  • Depth alongside: 29.5’ + river height
  • Access draft: 29’06” FW
  • Max LOA: 230
  • Max Beam: 38
  • Airdraft:
  • Tide restriction: No
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: No
  • Method of loading: Lines
  • Working hours: M/F 0700-1900 Sat 0700 – 1300
  • Overtime: Sat 1300 to Mon 0600 M/F 1900-0700
  • Loading rate:250 Cbm ph (Naphtha) – 400 Cbm (Gas Oil)
  • Bunkers: Yes
  • Fresh Water: Yes
  • Garbage collection compulsory: Yes
  • Others:

Location

Km 97 Paraná de las Palmas right margin
Province of Buenos Aires
“B” Category Port
Lat 34º 09 S Long 58º 58 W
Arg Chart H-130, C.R.# 1 Sheet 4 Ba 1982 A/2039

Located at Km 97 on the right margin of the Paraná de las Palmas, Campana is in the province of Buenos Aires and has a population of 80,000. Apart from having considerable port and commercial activities, Campana also has a good industrial infrastructure. Outstanding are SIDERCA, the manufacturer of seamless steel pipes and the ESSO oil distillery, among other industries. It is well connected with other important industrial areas (Pacheco, Garín, Pilar and Tortuguitas) as well as with the industrial belt of the northwestern greater Buenos Aires. Located 10 km from the Zárate-Brazo Largo Bridge, it has good connections with Mesopotamia, Brazil and Uruguay. The NCA railway and also various highways connect it directly with Rosario, Córdoba, Santiago del Estero and Tucumán.

Port general description:

Campana is a port situated on the right hand margin of the river Paraná de las Palmas, the branch of the River Paraná on which the Mitre Channel is located. It is about 75km NW of Buenos Aires by road and is the home of Siderca steel mill, which produces steel piping. It is also growing as an alternative port to Buenos Aires for certain cargoes, particularly fruit and automobiles

ODFJELL TERMINAL

Odfjell Terminal | Tagsa S.A

  • Depth alongside: 32’ + river height
  • Access draft: 32’00” FW
  • Max LOA: 230
  • Max Beam: 32
  • Airdraft:
  • Tide restriction: No
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: No
  • Method of loading: Lines
  • Working hours: M/F 0700-1900 Sat 0700 – 1300
  • Overtime: Sat 1300 to Mon 0600 M/F 1900-0700
  • Loading rate: 150 Mts ph/by line
  • Bunkers: No
  • Fresh Water: No
  • Garbage collection compulsory: Yes
  • Others:

Location

Km 97 Paraná de las Palmas right margin
Province of Buenos Aires
“B” Category Port
Lat 34º 09 S Long 58º 58 W
Arg Chart H-130, C.R.# 1 Sheet 4 Ba 1982 A/2039

Located at Km 97 on the right margin of the Paraná de las Palmas, Campana is in the province of Buenos Aires and has a population of 80,000. Apart from having considerable port and commercial activities, Campana also has a good industrial infrastructure. Outstanding are SIDERCA, the manufacturer of seamless steel pipes and the ESSO oil distillery, among other industries. It is well connected with other important industrial areas (Pacheco, Garín, Pilar and Tortuguitas) as well as with the industrial belt of the northwestern greater Buenos Aires. Located 10 km from the Zárate-Brazo Largo Bridge, it has good connections with Mesopotamia, Brazil and Uruguay. The NCA railway and also various highways connect it directly with Rosario, Córdoba, Santiago del Estero and Tucumán.

Port general description:

Campana is a port situated on the right hand margin of the river Paraná de las Palmas, the branch of the River Paraná on which the Mitre Channel is located. It is about 75km NW of Buenos Aires by road and is the home of Siderca steel mill, which produces steel piping. It is also growing as an alternative port to Buenos Aires for certain cargoes, particularly fruit and automobiles

CARBOCLOR

Carboclor | Carboclor

  • Depth alongside: 32’ + river height
  • Access draft: 32’00” FW
  • Max LOA: 230
  • Max Beam:
  • Airdraft:
  • Tide restriction: No
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: No
  • Method of loading: Lines
  • Working hours: M/F 0700-1900 Sat 0700 – 1300
  • Overtime: Sat 1300 to Mon 0600 M/F 1900-0700
  • Loading rate:
  • Bunkers: Yes
  • Fresh Water: Yes
  • Garbage collection compulsory: Yes
  • Others:

Location

Km 97 Paraná de las Palmas right margin
Province of Buenos Aires
“B” Category Port
Lat 34º 09 S Long 58º 58 W
Arg Chart H-130, C.R.# 1 Sheet 4 Ba 1982 A/2039

Located at Km 97 on the right margin of the Paraná de las Palmas, Campana is in the province of Buenos Aires and has a population of 80,000. Apart from having considerable port and commercial activities, Campana also has a good industrial infrastructure. Outstanding are SIDERCA, the manufacturer of seamless steel pipes and the ESSO oil distillery, among other industries. It is well connected with other important industrial areas (Pacheco, Garín, Pilar and Tortuguitas) as well as with the industrial belt of the northwestern greater Buenos Aires. Located 10 km from the Zárate-Brazo Largo Bridge, it has good connections with Mesopotamia, Brazil and Uruguay. The NCA railway and also various highways connect it directly with Rosario, Córdoba, Santiago del Estero and Tucumán.

Port general description:

Campana is a port situated on the right hand margin of the river Paraná de las Palmas, the branch of the River Paraná on which the Mitre Channel is located. It is about 75km NW of Buenos Aires by road and is the home of Siderca steel mill, which produces steel piping. It is also growing as an alternative port to Buenos Aires for certain cargoes, particularly fruit and automobiles

RHASA

Rhasa | Rhasa

  • Depth alongside: 32’ + river height
  • Access draft: 32’00” FW
  • Max LOA: 230
  • Max Beam:
  • Airdraft:
  • Tide restriction: No
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: No
  • Method of loading: Lines
  • Working hours: M/F 0700-1900 Sat 0700 – 1300
  • Overtime: Sat 1300 to Mon 0600 M/F 1900-0700
  • Loading rate: 500/120 Cbm ph (lines 10”/6”)
  • Bunkers: Yes
  • Fresh Water: Yes
  • Garbage collection compulsory: Yes
  • Others:

Location

Km 97 Paraná de las Palmas right margin
Province of Buenos Aires
“B” Category Port
Lat 34º 09 S Long 58º 58 W
Arg Chart H-130, C.R.# 1 Sheet 4 Ba 1982 A/2039

Located at Km 97 on the right margin of the Paraná de las Palmas, Campana is in the province of Buenos Aires and has a population of 80,000. Apart from having considerable port and commercial activities, Campana also has a good industrial infrastructure. Outstanding are SIDERCA, the manufacturer of seamless steel pipes and the ESSO oil distillery, among other industries. It is well connected with other important industrial areas (Pacheco, Garín, Pilar and Tortuguitas) as well as with the industrial belt of the northwestern greater Buenos Aires. Located 10 km from the Zárate-Brazo Largo Bridge, it has good connections with Mesopotamia, Brazil and Uruguay. The NCA railway and also various highways connect it directly with Rosario, Córdoba, Santiago del Estero and Tucumán.

Port general description:

Campana is a port situated on the right hand margin of the river Paraná de las Palmas, the branch of the River Paraná on which the Mitre Channel is located. It is about 75km NW of Buenos Aires by road and is the home of Siderca steel mill, which produces steel piping. It is also growing as an alternative port to Buenos Aires for certain cargoes, particularly fruit and automobiles