Petrobras completed its first transhipment operation in a non-owned terminal, at the Açu Petróleo Petroleum Terminal (T-OIL) located in the Açu Port Complex in the north of the state of Rio de Janeiro.

Brazil’s Port of Açu and the Chinese Port of Guangzhou have signed a Co-operation Agreement aiming to share best practices, port operation information and management, as well as strengthening investment and business development co-operation.

Brasil Terminal Portuario (BTP), the largest terminal in the port of Santos, Brazil, named Ricardo Arten its new ceo, previously managing director of APM Terminals (APMT) Brazil.

Brazilian state oil firm Petrobras has produced and supplied its first batch of IMO 2020-compliant bunker fuels of 0.34% sulphur content, it has been reported.

Svitzer is starting to operate two new tugs in Vitoria as the towage company deepens its presence in the southeast of Brazil.

The dry bulk capesize market could be headed for rougher seas on the back of diminishing growth in demand volumes and the still growing capesize fleet, according to Bimco.

Chinese shipyard Zhoushan IMC-Yongyue Shipyard and Engineering is moving into the Brazilian ship repair market.

The United Nations’ Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) has released its annual report on port activity in the region with Panama’s Colon port complex top of the list with 4.32m teu and growth of 11% compared to 2017.

Petrobras and Açu Petróleo, have signed a contract to carry out ship to ship operations at the company's Petroleum Terminal (T-OIL), located in the complex of Port of Açu.

The privately-owned Multicargas Terminal (T-MULT) of Açu Port, in the north of the State of Rio de Janeiro, is the new option for cabotage trades in Brazil.

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