TERMOELECTRICA TIMBUES

Termoélectrica José de San Martín | ENARSA

  • Depth alongside: 24´ + River height
  • Access draft: 32´00´´ to 36´00´´ Feet FW
  • Max LOA: 237
  • Max Beam:
  • Airdraft:
  • Tide restriction: No
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: No
  • Method of loading: Lines
  • Working hours: M/F 0700-1900 Sat 0600 – 1200
  • Overtime: Sat 1200 to Mon 0700 M/F 1900-0700
  • Loading rate: 400-800 tph (2 lines)
  • Bunkers: By Trucks
  • Fresh Water: No
  • Garbage collection compulsory: No
  • Others:

Location

SAN LORENZO – SAN MARTÍN
km 441/456
Paraná River, right margin
Province of Santa Fe
Lat 32º47 S Long 60043 W

San Lorenzo and San Martín, together with other smaller towns, constitute the northern area of Greater Rosario. With 90,000 inhabitants, this area has important industrial plants, among which stand out agroindustrial, chemical, petrochemical and oil ones. This center is connected in all directions through an excellent road and railway network (standard and broad gauge) but to the East, as there is still no bridge over the Paraná River. Rosario and Rosario-Santa Fe highways by-pass the urban areas and allow a swift approach without mixing with local traffic.

Port General Description:

San Lorenzo/San Martín, commonly called “San Lorenzo”, has achieved the leading position in grain, agricultural by-products and vegetable oil exportation due to its modern export terminals, generating a volume of trade of 19 million tons in 1999. All the ships that arrive at and depart from San Lorenzo/San Martín Port do it through a dredged canal maintained by Hidrovía SA, who must ensure at least 10,30m access draft (34 feet), that under certain conditions allow a 9.70m access draft (32 feet).

VUELTA DE OBLIGADO

Vuelta de Obligado | ENARSA

  • Depth alongside: 24´ + River height
  • Access draft: 32´00´´ to 36´00´´ Feet FW
  • Max LOA: 237
  • Max Beam:
  • Airdraft:
  • Tide restriction: No
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: No
  • Method of loading: Lines
  • Working hours: M/F 0700-1900 Sat 0600 – 1200
  • Overtime: Sat 1200 to Mon 0700 M/F 1900-0700
  • Loading rate: 400-800 tph (2 lines)
  • Bunkers: No
  • Fresh Water: No
  • Garbage collection compulsory: No
  • Others:

Location

SAN LORENZO – SAN MARTÍN
km 441/456
Paraná River, right margin
Province of Santa Fe
Lat 32º47 S Long 60043 W

San Lorenzo and San Martín, together with other smaller towns, constitute the northern area of Greater Rosario. With 90,000 inhabitants, this area has important industrial plants, among which stand out agroindustrial, chemical, petrochemical and oil ones. This center is connected in all directions through an excellent road and railway network (standard and broad gauge) but to the East, as there is still no bridge over the Paraná River. Rosario and Rosario-Santa Fe highways by-pass the urban areas and allow a swift approach without mixing with local traffic.

Port General Description:

San Lorenzo/San Martín, commonly called “San Lorenzo”, has achieved the leading position in grain, agricultural by-products and vegetable oil exportation due to its modern export terminals, generating a volume of trade of 19 million tons in 1999. All the ships that arrive at and depart from San Lorenzo/San Martín Port do it through a dredged canal maintained by Hidrovía SA, who must ensure at least 10,30m access draft (34 feet), that under certain conditions allow a 9.70m access draft (32 feet).

RENOVA

Renova | Glencore + Vicentin S.A.I.C.

  • Depth alongside: 34´ + River height
  • Access draft: 32´00´´ to 36´00´´ Feet FW
  • Max LOA: 275
  • Max Beam:
  • Airdraft: 27 m
  • Tide restriction: No
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: No
  • Method of loading: Elevator/Belts – Lines
  • Working hours: M/F 0700-1900 Sat 0600 – 1200
  • Overtime: Sat 1200 to Mon 0700 M/F 1900-0700
  • Loading rate: 2000 tph (2 arms) / 1800 tph (2 lines)
  • Bunkers: At roads
  • Fresh Water: Yes
  • Garbage collection compulsory: No
  • Others:

Location

SAN LORENZO – SAN MARTÍN
km 441/456
Paraná River, right margin
Province of Santa Fe
Lat 32º47 S Long 60043 W

San Lorenzo and San Martín, together with other smaller towns, constitute the northern area of Greater Rosario. With 90,000 inhabitants, this area has important industrial plants, among which stand out agroindustrial, chemical, petrochemical and oil ones. This center is connected in all directions through an excellent road and railway network (standard and broad gauge) but to the East, as there is still no bridge over the Paraná River. Rosario and Rosario-Santa Fe highways by-pass the urban areas and allow a swift approach without mixing with local traffic.

Port General Description:

San Lorenzo/San Martín, commonly called “San Lorenzo”, has achieved the leading position in grain, agricultural by-products and vegetable oil exportation due to its modern export terminals, generating a volume of trade of 19 million tons in 1999. All the ships that arrive at and depart from San Lorenzo/San Martín Port do it through a dredged canal maintained by Hidrovía SA, who must ensure at least 10,30m access draft (34 feet), that under certain conditions allow a 9.70m access draft (32 feet).

DREYFUS / TIMBUES

Dreyfus / Timbues | LDC Argentina S.A.

  • Depth alongside: 33´ + River height
  • Access draft: 32´00´´ to 36´00´´ Feet FW
  • Max LOA: 270
  • Max Beam:
  • Airdraft: 28 m
  • Tide restriction: No
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: No
  • Method of loading: Elevator/Belts – Lines
  • Working hours: M/F 0700-1900 Sat 0600 – 1200
  • Overtime: Sat 1200 to Mon 0700 M/F 1900-0700
  • Loading rate: 1400-1800 tph (2 arms) / 800 tph (2 lines)
  • Bunkers: At roads
  • Fresh Water: Yes
  • Garbage collection compulsory: No
  • Others:

Location

SAN LORENZO – SAN MARTÍN
km 441/456
Paraná River, right margin
Province of Santa Fe
Lat 32º47 S Long 60043 W

San Lorenzo and San Martín, together with other smaller towns, constitute the northern area of Greater Rosario. With 90,000 inhabitants, this area has important industrial plants, among which stand out agroindustrial, chemical, petrochemical and oil ones. This center is connected in all directions through an excellent road and railway network (standard and broad gauge) but to the East, as there is still no bridge over the Paraná River. Rosario and Rosario-Santa Fe highways by-pass the urban areas and allow a swift approach without mixing with local traffic.

Port General Description:

San Lorenzo/San Martín, commonly called “San Lorenzo”, has achieved the leading position in grain, agricultural by-products and vegetable oil exportation due to its modern export terminals, generating a volume of trade of 19 million tons in 1999. All the ships that arrive at and depart from San Lorenzo/San Martín Port do it through a dredged canal maintained by Hidrovía SA, who must ensure at least 10,30m access draft (34 feet), that under certain conditions allow a 9.70m access draft (32 feet).

COFCO TIMBUES

COFCO Timbues | COFCO International

  • Depth alongside: 48´ + River height
  • Access draft: 32´00´´ to 36´00´´ Feet FW
  • Max LOA: 275
  • Max Beam:
  • Airdraft: 27 m
  • Tide restriction: No
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: No
  • Method of loading: Elevator/Belts – Line / Ship´s gears
  • Working hours: M/F 0700-1900 Sat 0600 – 1200
  • Overtime: Sat 1200 to Mon 0700 M/F 1900-0700
  • Loading rate: 1800 tph (3 arms) – 1000 tph (line)
  • Bunkers: At roads
  • Fresh Water: Yes
  • Garbage collection compulsory: No
  • Others:

Location

SAN LORENZO – SAN MARTÍN
km 441/456
Paraná River, right margin
Province of Santa Fe
Lat 32º47 S Long 60043 W

San Lorenzo and San Martín, together with other smaller towns, constitute the northern area of Greater Rosario. With 90,000 inhabitants, this area has important industrial plants, among which stand out agroindustrial, chemical, petrochemical and oil ones. This center is connected in all directions through an excellent road and railway network (standard and broad gauge) but to the East, as there is still no bridge over the Paraná River. Rosario and Rosario-Santa Fe highways by-pass the urban areas and allow a swift approach without mixing with local traffic.

Port General Description:

San Lorenzo/San Martín, commonly called “San Lorenzo”, has achieved the leading position in grain, agricultural by-products and vegetable oil exportation due to its modern export terminals, generating a volume of trade of 19 million tons in 1999. All the ships that arrive at and depart from San Lorenzo/San Martín Port do it through a dredged canal maintained by Hidrovía SA, who must ensure at least 10,30m access draft (34 feet), that under certain conditions allow a 9.70m access draft (32 feet).

COFCO TIMBUES (Pontoon)

COFCO TIMBUES | COFCO International

  • Depth alongside: 39´ + River height
  • Access draft: 32´00´´ to 36´00´´ Feet FW
  • Max LOA: 204
  • Max Beam:
  • Airdraft:
  • Tide restriction: No
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: No
  • Method of loading: Line / Ship´s gears
  • Working hours: M/F 0700-1900 Sat 0600 – 1200
  • Overtime: Sat 1200 to Mon 0700 M/F 1900-0700
  • Loading rate: 1000 tph (line)
  • Bunkers: At roads
  • Fresh Water: Yes
  • Garbage collection compulsory: No
  • Others:

Location

SAN LORENZO – SAN MARTÍN
km 441/456
Paraná River, right margin
Province of Santa Fe
Lat 32º47 S Long 60043 W

San Lorenzo and San Martín, together with other smaller towns, constitute the northern area of Greater Rosario. With 90,000 inhabitants, this area has important industrial plants, among which stand out agroindustrial, chemical, petrochemical and oil ones. This center is connected in all directions through an excellent road and railway network (standard and broad gauge) but to the East, as there is still no bridge over the Paraná River. Rosario and Rosario-Santa Fe highways by-pass the urban areas and allow a swift approach without mixing with local traffic.

Port General Description:

San Lorenzo/San Martín, commonly called “San Lorenzo”, has achieved the leading position in grain, agricultural by-products and vegetable oil exportation due to its modern export terminals, generating a volume of trade of 19 million tons in 1999. All the ships that arrive at and depart from San Lorenzo/San Martín Port do it through a dredged canal maintained by Hidrovía SA, who must ensure at least 10,30m access draft (34 feet), that under certain conditions allow a 9.70m access draft (32 feet).

PROFERTIL

M. Alumbrera | Xstrada Copper Am. M. Alum. LTD

  • Depth alongside: 38´ + River height
  • Access draft: 32´00´´ to 36´00´´ Feet FW
  • Max LOA: 220
  • Max Beam:
  • Airdraft:
  • Tide restriction: No
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: No
  • Method of loading: Belts / Ship´s gears
  • Working hours: M/F 0700-1900 Sat 0600 – 1200
  • Overtime: Sat 1200 to Mon 0700 M/F 1900-0700
  • Loading rate: 400 tph
  • Bunkers: At roads
  • Fresh Water: Yes
  • Garbage collection compulsory: No
  • Others:

Location

SAN LORENZO – SAN MARTÍN
km 441/456
Paraná River, right margin
Province of Santa Fe
Lat 32º47 S Long 60043 W

San Lorenzo and San Martín, together with other smaller towns, constitute the northern area of Greater Rosario. With 90,000 inhabitants, this area has important industrial plants, among which stand out agroindustrial, chemical, petrochemical and oil ones. This center is connected in all directions through an excellent road and railway network (standard and broad gauge) but to the East, as there is still no bridge over the Paraná River. Rosario and Rosario-Santa Fe highways by-pass the urban areas and allow a swift approach without mixing with local traffic.

Port General Description:

San Lorenzo/San Martín, commonly called “San Lorenzo”, has achieved the leading position in grain, agricultural by-products and vegetable oil exportation due to its modern export terminals, generating a volume of trade of 19 million tons in 1999. All the ships that arrive at and depart from San Lorenzo/San Martín Port do it through a dredged canal maintained by Hidrovía SA, who must ensure at least 10,30m access draft (34 feet), that under certain conditions allow a 9.70m access draft (32 feet).

MINERA ALUMBRERA

M. Alumbrera | Xstrada Copper Am. M. Alum. LTD

  • Depth alongside: 42´ + River height
  • Access draft: 32´00´´ to 36´00´´ Feet FW
  • Max LOA: 240
  • Max Beam:
  • Airdraft: 20 m
  • Tide restriction: No
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: No
  • Method of loading: Elevator/Belts
  • Working hours: M/F 0700-1900 Sat 0600 – 1200
  • Overtime: Sat 1200 to Mon 0700 M/F 1900-0700
  • Loading rate: 1200 tph
  • Bunkers: At roads
  • Fresh Water: Yes
  • Garbage collection compulsory: No
  • Others: Shifting alongside is required during loading sequence. Towage (in/out) required for project cargo with cranes at port side.

Location

SAN LORENZO – SAN MARTÍN
km 441/456
Paraná River, right margin
Province of Santa Fe
Lat 32º47 S Long 60043 W

San Lorenzo and San Martín, together with other smaller towns, constitute the northern area of Greater Rosario. With 90,000 inhabitants, this area has important industrial plants, among which stand out agroindustrial, chemical, petrochemical and oil ones. This center is connected in all directions through an excellent road and railway network (standard and broad gauge) but to the East, as there is still no bridge over the Paraná River. Rosario and Rosario-Santa Fe highways by-pass the urban areas and allow a swift approach without mixing with local traffic.

Port General Description:

San Lorenzo/San Martín, commonly called “San Lorenzo”, has achieved the leading position in grain, agricultural by-products and vegetable oil exportation due to its modern export terminals, generating a volume of trade of 19 million tons in 1999. All the ships that arrive at and depart from San Lorenzo/San Martín Port do it through a dredged canal maintained by Hidrovía SA, who must ensure at least 10,30m access draft (34 feet), that under certain conditions allow a 9.70m access draft (32 feet).

TERMINAL 6N

TERMINAL 6 NORTH | AGD + Bunge Argentina S.A.

  • Depth alongside: 40´ + River height
  • Access draft: 32´00´´ to 36´00´´ Feet FW
  • Max LOA: 270
  • Max Beam:
  • Airdraft: 25 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 1800-0700
  • Loading rate: 1000-1200 tph (3 arms) – 500 tph (line)
  • Bunkers: At roads
  • Fresh Water: No
  • Garbage collection compulsory: No
  • Others:

Location

SAN LORENZO – SAN MARTÍN
km 441/456
Paraná River, right margin
Province of Santa Fe
Lat 32º47 S Long 60043 W

San Lorenzo and San Martín, together with other smaller towns, constitute the northern area of Greater Rosario. With 90,000 inhabitants, this area has important industrial plants, among which stand out agroindustrial, chemical, petrochemical and oil ones. This center is connected in all directions through an excellent road and railway network (standard and broad gauge) but to the East, as there is still no bridge over the Paraná River. Rosario and Rosario-Santa Fe highways by-pass the urban areas and allow a swift approach without mixing with local traffic.

Port General Description:

San Lorenzo/San Martín, commonly called “San Lorenzo”, has achieved the leading position in grain, agricultural by-products and vegetable oil exportation due to its modern export terminals, generating a volume of trade of 19 million tons in 1999. All the ships that arrive at and depart from San Lorenzo/San Martín Port do it through a dredged canal maintained by Hidrovía SA, who must ensure at least 10,30m access draft (34 feet), that under certain conditions allow a 9.70m access draft (32 feet).

TERMINAL 6S

TERMINAL 6 SOUTH | AGD + Bunge Argentina S.A.

  • Depth alongside: 40´ + River height
  • Access draft: 32´00´´ to 36´00´´ Feet FW
  • Max LOA: 270
  • Max Beam:
  • Airdraft: 25 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 1800-0700
  • Loading rate: 1000-1200 tph (3 arms) – 500 tph (line)
  • Bunkers: At roads
  • Fresh Water: No
  • Garbage collection compulsory: No
  • Others:

Location

SAN LORENZO – SAN MARTÍN
km 441/456
Paraná River, right margin
Province of Santa Fe
Lat 32º47 S Long 60043 W

San Lorenzo and San Martín, together with other smaller towns, constitute the northern area of Greater Rosario. With 90,000 inhabitants, this area has important industrial plants, among which stand out agroindustrial, chemical, petrochemical and oil ones. This center is connected in all directions through an excellent road and railway network (standard and broad gauge) but to the East, as there is still no bridge over the Paraná River. Rosario and Rosario-Santa Fe highways by-pass the urban areas and allow a swift approach without mixing with local traffic.

Port General Description:

San Lorenzo/San Martín, commonly called “San Lorenzo”, has achieved the leading position in grain, agricultural by-products and vegetable oil exportation due to its modern export terminals, generating a volume of trade of 19 million tons in 1999. All the ships that arrive at and depart from San Lorenzo/San Martín Port do it through a dredged canal maintained by Hidrovía SA, who must ensure at least 10,30m access draft (34 feet), that under certain conditions allow a 9.70m access draft (32 feet).

ARAUCO

ARAUCO | Arauco Argentina S.A.

  • Depth alongside: 34´ + River height
  • Access draft: 32´00´´ to 36´00´´ Feet 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 0600 – 1200
  • Overtime: Sat 1200 to Mon 0700 M/F 1900-0700
  • Loading rate: 550-1000 tph
  • Bunkers: No
  • Fresh Water: Yes (Not drinkable)
  • Garbage collection compulsory: No
  • Others: Terminal 6 and Quebracho can load veg oils through this berth.

Location

SAN LORENZO – SAN MARTÍN
km 441/456
Paraná River, right margin
Province of Santa Fe
Lat 32º47 S Long 60043 W

San Lorenzo and San Martín, together with other smaller towns, constitute the northern area of Greater Rosario. With 90,000 inhabitants, this area has important industrial plants, among which stand out agroindustrial, chemical, petrochemical and oil ones. This center is connected in all directions through an excellent road and railway network (standard and broad gauge) but to the East, as there is still no bridge over the Paraná River. Rosario and Rosario-Santa Fe highways by-pass the urban areas and allow a swift approach without mixing with local traffic.

Port General Description:

San Lorenzo/San Martín, commonly called “San Lorenzo”, has achieved the leading position in grain, agricultural by-products and vegetable oil exportation due to its modern export terminals, generating a volume of trade of 19 million tons in 1999. All the ships that arrive at and depart from San Lorenzo/San Martín Port do it through a dredged canal maintained by Hidrovía SA, who must ensure at least 10,30m access draft (34 feet), that under certain conditions allow a 9.70m access draft (32 feet).

QUEBRACHO

Quebracho | Cargill S.A.C.I.

  • Depth alongside: 41´ + River height
  • Access draft: 32´00´´ to 36´00´´ Feet FW
  • Max LOA: 297
  • Max Beam:
  • Airdraft: 21 m
  • Tide restriction: No
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: No
  • Method of loading: Elevator/Belts – Lines
  • Working hours: M/F 0700-1900 Sat 0600 – 1200
  • Overtime: Sat 1200 to Mon 0700 M/F 1900-0700
  • Loading rate: 1400-1800 tph (2 arms) – 550-1000 tph (line)
  • Bunkers: At roads
  • Fresh Water: Yes
  • Garbage collection compulsory: No
  • Others:

Location

SAN LORENZO – SAN MARTÍN
km 441/456
Paraná River, right margin
Province of Santa Fe
Lat 32º47 S Long 60043 W

San Lorenzo and San Martín, together with other smaller towns, constitute the northern area of Greater Rosario. With 90,000 inhabitants, this area has important industrial plants, among which stand out agroindustrial, chemical, petrochemical and oil ones. This center is connected in all directions through an excellent road and railway network (standard and broad gauge) but to the East, as there is still no bridge over the Paraná River. Rosario and Rosario-Santa Fe highways by-pass the urban areas and allow a swift approach without mixing with local traffic.

Port General Description:

San Lorenzo/San Martín, commonly called “San Lorenzo”, has achieved the leading position in grain, agricultural by-products and vegetable oil exportation due to its modern export terminals, generating a volume of trade of 19 million tons in 1999. All the ships that arrive at and depart from San Lorenzo/San Martín Port do it through a dredged canal maintained by Hidrovía SA, who must ensure at least 10,30m access draft (34 feet), that under certain conditions allow a 9.70m access draft (32 feet).

TFA

TFA | Bunge Argentina S.A. + A.C.A.

  • Depth alongside: 30´ + River height
  • Access draft: 32´00´´ to 36´00´´ Feet FW
  • Max LOA: 210
  • Max Beam:
  • Airdraft:
  • Tide restriction: No
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: No
  • Method of loading: Ship´s cranes (fert disch) – Lines (veg oil ldng)
  • Working hours: M/F 0700-1900 Sat 0600 – 1200
  • Overtime: Sat 1200 to Mon 0700 M/F 1900-0700
  • Loading rate: 400 tph – 550 tph (line)
  • Bunkers: At roads
  • Fresh Water: Yes
  • Garbage collection compulsory: No
  • Others:

Location

SAN LORENZO – SAN MARTÍN
km 441/456
Paraná River, right margin
Province of Santa Fe
Lat 32º47 S Long 60043 W

San Lorenzo and San Martín, together with other smaller towns, constitute the northern area of Greater Rosario. With 90,000 inhabitants, this area has important industrial plants, among which stand out agroindustrial, chemical, petrochemical and oil ones. This center is connected in all directions through an excellent road and railway network (standard and broad gauge) but to the East, as there is still no bridge over the Paraná River. Rosario and Rosario-Santa Fe highways by-pass the urban areas and allow a swift approach without mixing with local traffic.

Port General Description:

San Lorenzo/San Martín, commonly called “San Lorenzo”, has achieved the leading position in grain, agricultural by-products and vegetable oil exportation due to its modern export terminals, generating a volume of trade of 19 million tons in 1999. All the ships that arrive at and depart from San Lorenzo/San Martín Port do it through a dredged canal maintained by Hidrovía SA, who must ensure at least 10,30m access draft (34 feet), that under certain conditions allow a 9.70m access draft (32 feet).