Market Talks: Logistics expansion plans at Brazilian ports

Author Argus

Brazilian ports promise a series of changes throughout this year to improve the country’s logistical efficiency as a whole and reduce the queues for berthing ships.

As a result, January recorded positive statistics for some of Brazil's main complexes, meanwhile projects ranging from new terminals to privatisations are expected.

Join Camila Dias, Argus Brazil Country Manager, and João Petrini, reporter for the Argus Brazil Grains and Fertilizer report, as they talk about cargo movement since the beginning of the year at the main ports, boosted by the earlier arrival of soybeans, and expansion plans for 2022.

Podcast episode is in Portuguese

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