TOMA 2 Y 3

Toma 2 y 3 | Repsol YPF

  • Depth alongside:
  • Access draft:
  • Max LOA:
  • 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 0700 M/F 1900-0700
  • Loading rate:1000
  • Bunkers: Yes
  • Fresh Water: No
  • Garbage collection compulsory: No
  • Others: Towage compulsory

Location

Capital of the Province of Buenos Aires
“B” Category Port
Charts Arg H-116 H-117 H-157
Lat 34º50 S Long 57º53 W

La Plata is the capital of the province of Buenos Agrees, and marks the southern edge of the metropolitan area. It has a population of 495,000 (602,000 in the Greater La Plata, including Berisso and Ensenada, where the port is located). Being the seat of the provincial government, there is great administrative activity and the city is also an important commercial and financial centre. There is an important industrial activity around the suburbs. Some of the outstanding plants are the steel milI SIDERAR, the YPF oil distillery, the Río Santiago shipyard, the COPETRO pet coke plant and several petrochemical plants. In the outskirts of La Plata there is also a belt of horticultural production. There are good road connections with all the province and a highway joins La Plata with Buenos Aires. The city is served by railway lines and there is an airport served by domestic flights. The Buenos Aires airports (domestic and international) are 60km away.

Port general description:

The port of La Plata is actually situated at the adjoining towns of Berisso and Ensenada where an important shipyard and a steel mill are located. Annual cargo movement is about 500 home trade and 230 ocean-going vessels, handling about 4.5 million ton (exports 2.0 million ton).

Toma 6 y 7

Toma 2 y 3 | Repsol YPF

  • Depth alongside:
  • Access draft:
  • Max LOA: 225
  • 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 0700 M/F 1900-0700
  • Loading rate:250
  • Bunkers: Yes
  • Fresh Water: No
  • Garbage collection compulsory: No
  • Others: Towage compulsory

Location

Capital of the Province of Buenos Aires
“B” Category Port
Charts Arg H-116 H-117 H-157
Lat 34º50 S Long 57º53 W

La Plata is the capital of the province of Buenos Agrees, and marks the southern edge of the metropolitan area. It has a population of 495,000 (602,000 in the Greater La Plata, including Berisso and Ensenada, where the port is located). Being the seat of the provincial government, there is great administrative activity and the city is also an important commercial and financial centre. There is an important industrial activity around the suburbs. Some of the outstanding plants are the steel milI SIDERAR, the YPF oil distillery, the Río Santiago shipyard, the COPETRO pet coke plant and several petrochemical plants. In the outskirts of La Plata there is also a belt of horticultural production. There are good road connections with all the province and a highway joins La Plata with Buenos Aires. The city is served by railway lines and there is an airport served by domestic flights. The Buenos Aires airports (domestic and international) are 60km away.

Port general description:

The port of La Plata is actually situated at the adjoining towns of Berisso and Ensenada where an important shipyard and a steel mill are located. Annual cargo movement is about 500 home trade and 230 ocean-going vessels, handling about 4.5 million ton (exports 2.0 million ton).