GRAIN ELEVATOR

Grain Elevator | Unit 2 Servicios Portuarios S.A.

  • Depth alongside: 26´ + River height
  • Access draft: 26´00´´ Feet FW
  • Max LOA: 230
  • Max Beam:
  • Airdraft: 21 m
  • Tide restriction: No
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: Yes
  • 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: 900 tph (2 arms)
  • Bunkers: At roads
  • Fresh Water: Yes (By barge)
  • Garbage collection compulsory: No
  • Others: One Towage compulsory In / Out

Location

Km 343 River Paraná
Province of Buenos Aires
“B” Category Port.
Lat 33º22 S Long 60008 W
Arg Chart CR #1, sheet 12 BA Chart 1982 A

San Nicolás is the northernmost city in the province of Buenos Aires and has 118,000 inhabitants. The town has an important commercial activity that serves a vast farming area. The main industry is SIDERAR, the largest steel mill in the country, and there is also a large power plant. It is served by the NCA railway and has very good road connections through Highways Nº90 and Nº188 going west and southwest respectively. The closest commercial airport is in Rosario, about 60 km away, with domestic and regional flights. hs.

Port general description:

The port consists of four distinct sections, which from north to south are as follows:

  1. Km 352. New Port (Puerto Nuevo) Open quay berths.
  2. Km 349.5. Grain Elevator berth (D.P.A.P.)
  3. Km 347.5. Central Térmica San Nicolás. Power Station.
  4. Km 344.5/347 Ing. Buitrago Port. Steel plant. Import/Export Berths.

PUERTO ACEVEDO COMERCIAL

Puerto Acevedo | Commercial Acindar

  • Depth alongside: 23´ + River height
  • Access draft: 26´00´´ Feet FW
  • Max LOA: 180
  • Max Beam:
  • Airdraft: 21 m
  • Tide restriction: No
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: No
  • Method of loading: crane/grab
  • Working hours: M/F 0600-1800 Sat 0600 – 1200
  • Overtime: Sat 1200 to Mon 0600 M/F 1800-0600
  • Loading rate: 100 tph
  • Bunkers: At roads
  • Fresh Water: Yes
  • Garbage collection compulsory: No
  • Others: One tugboat Compulsory in/out

Location

Km 343 River Paraná
Province of Buenos Aires
“B” Category Port.
Lat 33º22 S Long 60008 W
Arg Chart CR #1, sheet 12 BA Chart 1982 A

San Nicolás is the northernmost city in the province of Buenos Aires and has 118,000 inhabitants. The town has an important commercial activity that serves a vast farming area. The main industry is SIDERAR, the largest steel mill in the country, and there is also a large power plant. It is served by the NCA railway and has very good road connections through Highways Nº90 and Nº188 going west and southwest respectively. The closest commercial airport is in Rosario, about 60 km away, with domestic and regional flights. hs.

Port general description:

The port consists of four distinct sections, which from north to south are as follows:

  1. Km 352. New Port (Puerto Nuevo) Open quay berths.
  2. Km 349.5. Grain Elevator berth (D.P.A.P.)
  3. Km 347.5. Central Térmica San Nicolás. Power Station.
  4. Km 344.5/347 Ing. Buitrago Port. Steel plant. Import/Export Berths.

PUERTO ACEVEDO MINERAL

Puerto Acevedo | Mineral Acindar

  • Depth alongside: 25´ + River height
  • Access draft: 26´00´´ Feet FW
  • Max LOA: 270
  • Max Beam:
  • Airdraft: 15 m
  • Tide restriction: No
  • Night Arrival / Sailing restriction: No
  • Method of loading: crane
  • Working hours: M/F 0600-1800 Sat 0600 – 1200
  • Overtime: Sat 1200 to Mon 0600 M/F 1800-0600
  • Loading rate: 450 tph
  • Bunkers: No
  • Fresh Water: Yes
  • Garbage collection compulsory: No
  • Others:

Location

Km 343 River Paraná
Province of Buenos Aires
“B” Category Port.
Lat 33º22 S Long 60008 W
Arg Chart CR #1, sheet 12 BA Chart 1982 A

San Nicolás is the northernmost city in the province of Buenos Aires and has 118,000 inhabitants. The town has an important commercial activity that serves a vast farming area. The main industry is SIDERAR, the largest steel mill in the country, and there is also a large power plant. It is served by the NCA railway and has very good road connections through Highways Nº90 and Nº188 going west and southwest respectively. The closest commercial airport is in Rosario, about 60 km away, with domestic and regional flights. hs.

Port general description:

The port consists of four distinct sections, which from north to south are as follows:

  1. Km 352. New Port (Puerto Nuevo) Open quay berths.
  2. Km 349.5. Grain Elevator berth (D.P.A.P.)
  3. Km 347.5. Central Térmica San Nicolás. Power Station.
  4. Km 344.5/347 Ing. Buitrago Port. Steel plant. Import/Export Berths.