TERMINAL PUERTO ROSARIO

Terminal Puerto Rosario

  • Depth alongside: 32´ + River height
  • Access draft: 32´00´´ to 36´00´´ Feet FW
  • Max LOA: 245
  • Max Beam:
  • Airdraft:
  • Tide restriction: No
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: No
  • Method of loading: elevator/belts – lines
  • Working hours: M/F 0600-1800 Sat 0600 – 1200
  • Overtime: Sat 1200 to Mon 0600 M/F 1800-0600
  • Loading rate: 400-1200 tph – 350-500 tph (2 lines)
  • Bunkers: At roads
  • Fresh Water: Yes
  • Garbage collection compulsory: No
  • Others:

Location

Km 420
Paraná River
Province of Santa Fe
“B” Category Port
Lat 32º57.S
Long 60º38.W

Rosario is the third largest city in Argentina, with a population of 880,000. It is located in one of the largest and richest grain producing areas, and is also among the most industrialized regions in the country. There are factories which build cars, spare parts, refrigeration equipment, railway equipment, home appliances, machinery for the dairy industry, etc. Also outstanding is the production of vegetable oil and by-products, dairy products, pressed meats, etc. 50% of the furniture industry in the country is spread in the outskirts of Rosario. The chemical and petrochemical industries are also very important and there are oil distilleries. The road and railway network spreads from Rosario towards all points in the country, and there are four railway lines and numerous highways serving this city. The airport is close to the city and has extensive domestic and regional services.

Port general description:

The importance of the city as a port has diminished in recent years due to the building of modern, more efficient grain terminals at San Lorenzo and San Martín to the north and Punta Alvear and General Lagos to the south, although the terminals to the south remain under Rosario customs jurisdiction. The trade in bagged cargoes has died away, leaving the old city wharfs largely idle except for seasonal shipments of sugar and citrus. Most cargo operations, other than grain, are carried out at the new (South) Wharf.

The present port authorities, ENAPRO (Ente Administrador Puerto Rosario), the public entity appointed to administer the port when the state relinquished control in 1992, has recently taken back control of the port from Puerto Rosario S.A., the company that won the tender for a concession to run the port for 30 years. This concession was awarded in March 1998 and became effective in July. This happened when they did not pay the yearly canon and did not comply with which was stipulated: the investment of about 76 million US dollars in the port during their tenure.

UNIDAD 6/7

Unidad 6/7 | Servicios Portuarios S.A

  • Depth alongside: 35´ + River height
  • Access draft: 32´00´´ to 36´00´´ Feet FW
  • Max LOA: 245
  • Max Beam:
  • Airdraft: 22 m
  • Tide restriction: No
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: No
  • Method of loading: elevator/belts
  • Working hours: M/F 0600-1800 Sat 0600 – 1200
  • Overtime: Sat 1200 to Mon 0600 M/F 1800-0600
  • Loading rate: 1200 tph (5 arms)
  • Bunkers: At roads
  • Fresh Water: No
  • Garbage collection compulsory: No
  • Others:

Location

Km 420
Paraná River
Province of Santa Fe
“B” Category Port
Lat 32º57.S
Long 60º38.W

Rosario is the third largest city in Argentina, with a population of 880,000. It is located in one of the largest and richest grain producing areas, and is also among the most industrialized regions in the country. There are factories which build cars, spare parts, refrigeration equipment, railway equipment, home appliances, machinery for the dairy industry, etc. Also outstanding is the production of vegetable oil and by-products, dairy products, pressed meats, etc. 50% of the furniture industry in the country is spread in the outskirts of Rosario. The chemical and petrochemical industries are also very important and there are oil distilleries. The road and railway network spreads from Rosario towards all points in the country, and there are four railway lines and numerous highways serving this city. The airport is close to the city and has extensive domestic and regional services.

Port general description:

The importance of the city as a port has diminished in recent years due to the building of modern, more efficient grain terminals at San Lorenzo and San Martín to the north and Punta Alvear and General Lagos to the south, although the terminals to the south remain under Rosario customs jurisdiction. The trade in bagged cargoes has died away, leaving the old city wharfs largely idle except for seasonal shipments of sugar and citrus. Most cargo operations, other than grain, are carried out at the new (South) Wharf.

The present port authorities, ENAPRO (Ente Administrador Puerto Rosario), the public entity appointed to administer the port when the state relinquished control in 1992, has recently taken back control of the port from Puerto Rosario S.A., the company that won the tender for a concession to run the port for 30 years. This concession was awarded in March 1998 and became effective in July. This happened when they did not pay the yearly canon and did not comply with which was stipulated: the investment of about 76 million US dollars in the port during their tenure.

VILLA GOBERNADOR GALVEZ

Villa Gobernador Galvez | Cargill S.A.C.I.

  • Depth alongside: 32´ + River height
  • Access draft: 32´00´´ to 36´00´´ Feet FW
  • Max LOA: 282
  • Max Beam: –
  • Airdraft: 21 m
  • Tide restriction: No
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: No
  • Method of loading: elevator/belts – lines
  • Working hours: M/F 0600-1800 Sat 0600 – 1200
  • Overtime: Sat 1200 to Mon 0600 M/F 1800-0600
  • Loading rate: 1600 tph (3 arms) – 1100 tph (line)
  • Bunkers: At roads
  • Fresh Water: No
  • Garbage collection compulsory: No
  • Others:

Location

Km 420
Paraná River
Province of Santa Fe
“B” Category Port
Lat 32º57.S
Long 60º38.W

Rosario is the third largest city in Argentina, with a population of 880,000. It is located in one of the largest and richest grain producing areas, and is also among the most industrialized regions in the country. There are factories which build cars, spare parts, refrigeration equipment, railway equipment, home appliances, machinery for the dairy industry, etc. Also outstanding is the production of vegetable oil and by-products, dairy products, pressed meats, etc. 50% of the furniture industry in the country is spread in the outskirts of Rosario. The chemical and petrochemical industries are also very important and there are oil distilleries. The road and railway network spreads from Rosario towards all points in the country, and there are four railway lines and numerous highways serving this city. The airport is close to the city and has extensive domestic and regional services.

Port general description:

The importance of the city as a port has diminished in recent years due to the building of modern, more efficient grain terminals at San Lorenzo and San Martín to the north and Punta Alvear and General Lagos to the south, although the terminals to the south remain under Rosario customs jurisdiction. The trade in bagged cargoes has died away, leaving the old city wharfs largely idle except for seasonal shipments of sugar and citrus. Most cargo operations, other than grain, are carried out at the new (South) Wharf.

The present port authorities, ENAPRO (Ente Administrador Puerto Rosario), the public entity appointed to administer the port when the state relinquished control in 1992, has recently taken back control of the port from Puerto Rosario S.A., the company that won the tender for a concession to run the port for 30 years. This concession was awarded in March 1998 and became effective in July. This happened when they did not pay the yearly canon and did not comply with which was stipulated: the investment of about 76 million US dollars in the port during their tenure.

PUNTA ALVEAR

Punta Alvear | Cargill S.A.C.I.

  • Depth alongside: 32´ + River height
  • Access draft: 32´00´´ to 36´00´´ Feet FW
  • Max LOA: 280
  • Max Beam:
  • Airdraft: 21 m
  • Tide restriction: No
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: No
  • Method of loading: elevator/belts
  • Working hours: M/F 0600-1800 Sat 0600 – 1200
  • Overtime: Sat 1200 to Mon 0600 M/F 1800-0600
  • Loading rate: 2000 tph (2 arms)
  • Bunkers: At roads
  • Fresh Water: No
  • Garbage collection compulsory: No
  • Others:

Location

Km 420
Paraná River
Province of Santa Fe
“B” Category Port
Lat 32º57.S
Long 60º38.W

Rosario is the third largest city in Argentina, with a population of 880,000. It is located in one of the largest and richest grain producing areas, and is also among the most industrialized regions in the country. There are factories which build cars, spare parts, refrigeration equipment, railway equipment, home appliances, machinery for the dairy industry, etc. Also outstanding is the production of vegetable oil and by-products, dairy products, pressed meats, etc. 50% of the furniture industry in the country is spread in the outskirts of Rosario. The chemical and petrochemical industries are also very important and there are oil distilleries. The road and railway network spreads from Rosario towards all points in the country, and there are four railway lines and numerous highways serving this city. The airport is close to the city and has extensive domestic and regional services.

Port general description:

The importance of the city as a port has diminished in recent years due to the building of modern, more efficient grain terminals at San Lorenzo and San Martín to the north and Punta Alvear and General Lagos to the south, although the terminals to the south remain under Rosario customs jurisdiction. The trade in bagged cargoes has died away, leaving the old city wharfs largely idle except for seasonal shipments of sugar and citrus. Most cargo operations, other than grain, are carried out at the new (South) Wharf.

The present port authorities, ENAPRO (Ente Administrador Puerto Rosario), the public entity appointed to administer the port when the state relinquished control in 1992, has recently taken back control of the port from Puerto Rosario S.A., the company that won the tender for a concession to run the port for 30 years. This concession was awarded in March 1998 and became effective in July. This happened when they did not pay the yearly canon and did not comply with which was stipulated: the investment of about 76 million US dollars in the port during their tenure.

DREYFUS / GENERAL LAGOS

Dreyfus / General Lagos | LDC Argentina S.A.

  • Depth alongside: 39´ + River height
  • Access draft: 32´00´´ to 36´00´´ Feet FW
  • Max LOA: 270
  • Max Beam:
  • Airdraft: 24 m
  • Tide restriction: No
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: No
  • Method of loading: elevator/belts – lines
  • Working hours: M/F 0600-1800 Sat 0600 – 1200
  • Overtime: Sat 1200 to Mon 0600 M/F 1800-0600
  • Loading rate: 1500-2800 tph (3 arms) – 1100 tph (line)
  • Bunkers: At roads
  • Fresh Water: Yes
  • Garbage collection compulsory: No
  • Others:

Location

Km 420
Paraná River
Province of Santa Fe
“B” Category Port
Lat 32º57.S
Long 60º38.W

Rosario is the third largest city in Argentina, with a population of 880,000. It is located in one of the largest and richest grain producing areas, and is also among the most industrialized regions in the country. There are factories which build cars, spare parts, refrigeration equipment, railway equipment, home appliances, machinery for the dairy industry, etc. Also outstanding is the production of vegetable oil and by-products, dairy products, pressed meats, etc. 50% of the furniture industry in the country is spread in the outskirts of Rosario. The chemical and petrochemical industries are also very important and there are oil distilleries. The road and railway network spreads from Rosario towards all points in the country, and there are four railway lines and numerous highways serving this city. The airport is close to the city and has extensive domestic and regional services.

Port general description:

The importance of the city as a port has diminished in recent years due to the building of modern, more efficient grain terminals at San Lorenzo and San Martín to the north and Punta Alvear and General Lagos to the south, although the terminals to the south remain under Rosario customs jurisdiction. The trade in bagged cargoes has died away, leaving the old city wharfs largely idle except for seasonal shipments of sugar and citrus. Most cargo operations, other than grain, are carried out at the new (South) Wharf.

The present port authorities, ENAPRO (Ente Administrador Puerto Rosario), the public entity appointed to administer the port when the state relinquished control in 1992, has recently taken back control of the port from Puerto Rosario S.A., the company that won the tender for a concession to run the port for 30 years. This concession was awarded in March 1998 and became effective in July. This happened when they did not pay the yearly canon and did not comply with which was stipulated: the investment of about 76 million US dollars in the port during their tenure.

TOEPFER / ARROYO SECO

Toepfer / Arroyo Seco | A.D.M.

  • Depth alongside: 45´ + River height
  • Access draft: 32´00´´ to 36´00´´ Feet FW
  • Max LOA: 230
  • Max Beam:
  • Airdraft: 27,5 m
  • Tide restriction: No
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: No
  • Method of loading: elevator/belts
  • Working hours: M/F 0600-1800 Sat 0600 – 1200
  • Overtime: Sat 1200 to Mon 0600 M/F 1800-0600
  • Loading rate: 2400 tph (3 arms)
  • Bunkers: At roads
  • Fresh Water: No
  • Garbage collection compulsory: No
  • Others:

Location

Km 420
Paraná River
Province of Santa Fe
“B” Category Port
Lat 32º57.S
Long 60º38.W

Rosario is the third largest city in Argentina, with a population of 880,000. It is located in one of the largest and richest grain producing areas, and is also among the most industrialized regions in the country. There are factories which build cars, spare parts, refrigeration equipment, railway equipment, home appliances, machinery for the dairy industry, etc. Also outstanding is the production of vegetable oil and by-products, dairy products, pressed meats, etc. 50% of the furniture industry in the country is spread in the outskirts of Rosario. The chemical and petrochemical industries are also very important and there are oil distilleries. The road and railway network spreads from Rosario towards all points in the country, and there are four railway lines and numerous highways serving this city. The airport is close to the city and has extensive domestic and regional services.

Port general description:

The importance of the city as a port has diminished in recent years due to the building of modern, more efficient grain terminals at San Lorenzo and San Martín to the north and Punta Alvear and General Lagos to the south, although the terminals to the south remain under Rosario customs jurisdiction. The trade in bagged cargoes has died away, leaving the old city wharfs largely idle except for seasonal shipments of sugar and citrus. Most cargo operations, other than grain, are carried out at the new (South) Wharf.

The present port authorities, ENAPRO (Ente Administrador Puerto Rosario), the public entity appointed to administer the port when the state relinquished control in 1992, has recently taken back control of the port from Puerto Rosario S.A., the company that won the tender for a concession to run the port for 30 years. This concession was awarded in March 1998 and became effective in July. This happened when they did not pay the yearly canon and did not comply with which was stipulated: the investment of about 76 million US dollars in the port during their tenure.

SHELL

Shell | Shell CAPSA

  • Depth alongside:
  • Access draft: 32´00´´ to 36´00´´ Feet FW
  • Max LOA:
  • Max Beam:
  • Airdraft:
  • Tide restriction: No
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: No
  • Method of loading: lines
  • Working hours: M/F 0600-1800 Sat 0600 – 1200
  • Overtime: Sat 1200 to Mon 0600 M/F 1800-0600
  • Loading rate:
  • Bunkers: Yes
  • Fresh Water: No
  • Garbage collection compulsory: No
  • Others: Only used for coastal tankers.

Location

Km 420
Paraná River
Province of Santa Fe
“B” Category Port
Lat 32º57.S
Long 60º38.W

Rosario is the third largest city in Argentina, with a population of 880,000. It is located in one of the largest and richest grain producing areas, and is also among the most industrialized regions in the country. There are factories which build cars, spare parts, refrigeration equipment, railway equipment, home appliances, machinery for the dairy industry, etc. Also outstanding is the production of vegetable oil and by-products, dairy products, pressed meats, etc. 50% of the furniture industry in the country is spread in the outskirts of Rosario. The chemical and petrochemical industries are also very important and there are oil distilleries. The road and railway network spreads from Rosario towards all points in the country, and there are four railway lines and numerous highways serving this city. The airport is close to the city and has extensive domestic and regional services.

Port general description:

The importance of the city as a port has diminished in recent years due to the building of modern, more efficient grain terminals at San Lorenzo and San Martín to the north and Punta Alvear and General Lagos to the south, although the terminals to the south remain under Rosario customs jurisdiction. The trade in bagged cargoes has died away, leaving the old city wharfs largely idle except for seasonal shipments of sugar and citrus. Most cargo operations, other than grain, are carried out at the new (South) Wharf.

The present port authorities, ENAPRO (Ente Administrador Puerto Rosario), the public entity appointed to administer the port when the state relinquished control in 1992, has recently taken back control of the port from Puerto Rosario S.A., the company that won the tender for a concession to run the port for 30 years. This concession was awarded in March 1998 and became effective in July. This happened when they did not pay the yearly canon and did not comply with which was stipulated: the investment of about 76 million US dollars in the port during their tenure.

ACBL 809

ACBL 809 (RADA ARROYO SECO)

  • Depth alongside: Depends on the daily allowed
    sailing draft informed by Coast Guard
  • Access draft: 32´00´´ to 36´00´´ Feet FW
  • Max LOA: 250
  • Max Beam:
  • Airdraft: 10-14,5 m (subject to cargo on board Parana Iron)
  • Tide restriction: No
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: No
  • Method of loading: Transshipment directly / loading
    from Hold of Parana Iron by Cranes
  • Working hours: M/F 0600-1800 Sat 0600 – 1200
  • Overtime: Sat 1200 to Mon 0600 M/F 1800-0600
  • Loading rate: 300-400 tph (2 cranes)
  • Bunkers: Yes
  • Fresh Water: Yes (By barge)
  • Garbage collection compulsory: No
  • Others:Anchored floating transfer unit

Location

Km 420
Paraná River
Province of Santa Fe
“B” Category Port
Lat 32º57.S
Long 60º38.W

Rosario is the third largest city in Argentina, with a population of 880,000. It is located in one of the largest and richest grain producing areas, and is also among the most industrialized regions in the country. There are factories which build cars, spare parts, refrigeration equipment, railway equipment, home appliances, machinery for the dairy industry, etc. Also outstanding is the production of vegetable oil and by-products, dairy products, pressed meats, etc. 50% of the furniture industry in the country is spread in the outskirts of Rosario. The chemical and petrochemical industries are also very important and there are oil distilleries. The road and railway network spreads from Rosario towards all points in the country, and there are four railway lines and numerous highways serving this city. The airport is close to the city and has extensive domestic and regional services.

Port general description:

The importance of the city as a port has diminished in recent years due to the building of modern, more efficient grain terminals at San Lorenzo and San Martín to the north and Punta Alvear and General Lagos to the south, although the terminals to the south remain under Rosario customs jurisdiction. The trade in bagged cargoes has died away, leaving the old city wharfs largely idle except for seasonal shipments of sugar and citrus. Most cargo operations, other than grain, are carried out at the new (South) Wharf.

The present port authorities, ENAPRO (Ente Administrador Puerto Rosario), the public entity appointed to administer the port when the state relinquished control in 1992, has recently taken back control of the port from Puerto Rosario S.A., the company that won the tender for a concession to run the port for 30 years. This concession was awarded in March 1998 and became effective in July. This happened when they did not pay the yearly canon and did not comply with which was stipulated: the investment of about 76 million US dollars in the port during their tenure.

PARANA IRON

Parana Iron | UABL S.A.

  • Depth alongside: Depends on the daily allowed
    sailing draft informed by Coast Guard
  • Access draft: 32´00´´ to 36´00´´ Feet FW
  • Max LOA: 250
  • Max Beam:
  • Airdraft: 10-14,5 m (subject to cargo on board Parana Iron)
  • Tide restriction: No
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: No
  • Method of loading: Transshipment directly / loading
    from Hold of Parana Iron by Cranes
  • Working hours: M/F 0600-1800 Sat 0600 – 1200
  • Overtime: Sat 1200 to Mon 0600 M/F 1800-0600
  • Loading rate: 300-400 tph (2 cranes)
  • Bunkers: Yes
  • Fresh Water: Yes (By barge)
  • Garbage collection compulsory: No
  • Others:Anchored floating transfer unit

Location

Km 420
Paraná River
Province of Santa Fe
“B” Category Port
Lat 32º57.S
Long 60º38.W

Rosario is the third largest city in Argentina, with a population of 880,000. It is located in one of the largest and richest grain producing areas, and is also among the most industrialized regions in the country. There are factories which build cars, spare parts, refrigeration equipment, railway equipment, home appliances, machinery for the dairy industry, etc. Also outstanding is the production of vegetable oil and by-products, dairy products, pressed meats, etc. 50% of the furniture industry in the country is spread in the outskirts of Rosario. The chemical and petrochemical industries are also very important and there are oil distilleries. The road and railway network spreads from Rosario towards all points in the country, and there are four railway lines and numerous highways serving this city. The airport is close to the city and has extensive domestic and regional services.

Port general description:

The importance of the city as a port has diminished in recent years due to the building of modern, more efficient grain terminals at San Lorenzo and San Martín to the north and Punta Alvear and General Lagos to the south, although the terminals to the south remain under Rosario customs jurisdiction. The trade in bagged cargoes has died away, leaving the old city wharfs largely idle except for seasonal shipments of sugar and citrus. Most cargo operations, other than grain, are carried out at the new (South) Wharf.

The present port authorities, ENAPRO (Ente Administrador Puerto Rosario), the public entity appointed to administer the port when the state relinquished control in 1992, has recently taken back control of the port from Puerto Rosario S.A., the company that won the tender for a concession to run the port for 30 years. This concession was awarded in March 1998 and became effective in July. This happened when they did not pay the yearly canon and did not comply with which was stipulated: the investment of about 76 million US dollars in the port during their tenure.