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Port and Terminal Development Brazil

29.01.2014 12:56 PM | No Comments

19 – 20 May 2014, Pullman São Paulo Ibirapuera, São Paulo, Brazil Informa Maritime Events is proud to present the Port and Terminal Development Brazil conference 2014. Join us in São Paulo to learn more about strategies for advancing...

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Rules for the National Plan of Port Logistics are established by the Brazilian Port Secretariat

13.01.2014 6:02 PM | No Comments

The Brazilian Port Secretariat created an ordinance that establish guidelines to elaborate instruments for the planning the Port Sector in Brazil. The first instrument is the National Plan of Port Logistics (PNLP), which aims to map the potential of...

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Fish-Inspired Vessel Joins Brazil Offshore Oil Boom

09.08.2013 1:44 PM | No Comments

  A strange-looking vessel inspired by the exotic sucker fish is due to leave Norway for Brazil’s giant offshore oilfields this week on a mission to revolutionise deep sea oil loading methods. At 47 metres tall, 28 metres long...

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Port Bidding will have rate of return of 7.5%

07.08.2013 10:00 AM | No Comments

  The government has attached in 7.5% the internal rate of return on the new port lease contract that intends to bid in the end of the year. The first round of bids must be published until the end...

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Progress in ports might still delay

05.08.2013 11:26 PM | No Comments

  The new Law of Ports is evaluated as a progress by associations linked to agribusiness, advisers and economists, but there are restrictions about its effectiveness facing the Port Blackout. One of the main critics is about the legal...

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Brazil hikes farm budget, warehousing a priority

05.06.2013 10:24 PM | No Comments

BRASILIA, June 4 (Reuters) – Agricultural powerhouse Brazil increased its farm budget for 2013/14 by nearly a fifth on Tuesday to 136 billion reais ($64 billion) as its farming sector thrives, and it earmarked extra cash to expand badly needed warehouse capacity.  ...

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Brazil Soy Shipments to Be Extended Two Months on Ports Backlog

02.06.2013 10:26 AM | No Comments

  Brazil soybean shipments, which typically are made through May, will be extended at least until July as a record crop from the world’s top producer clogs ports and roads.   Soybean vessels have been waiting as much as...

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Port Authority Employees – Strike Possibility

28.05.2013 11:07 PM | No Comments

Source: Alphamar.   The Port Authority workers held a meeting last Friday night, May 24th, to discuss the possibility of a strike.   They have decided NOT to engage in a strike at this moment provided they held a...

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New Suezmax Oil Tanker Zumbi dos Palmares Delivered

23.05.2013 10:53 PM | No Comments

Source: Shipbuilding Tribune.   Estaleiro Atlantico Sul shipyard (EAS) has delivered Transpetro’s new Suezmax oil tanker, the Zumbi dos Palmares, the second built by the Pernambuco based shipyard. The Zumbi dos Palmares is a giant 274 meters long, with...

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Brazil Kicks Off First Oil, Gas Auction in Five Years

14.05.2013 10:07 PM | No Comments

Source: MarEx   (Reuters) – Global energy companies were strong bidders on Tuesday at Brazil’s first auction for oil and natural gas rights in five years, alleviating fears that government intervention and growth in new global supplies might crimp enthusiasm...

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Brazil Soybeans Need Heavy Infrastructure Spend to Catch Up U.S.

14.05.2013 9:55 PM | No Comments

Source: Bloomberg/ Alphamarship   Brazil’s soybean farmers are hobbled by transport delays, and the country needs to spend heavily on improving its deficient network of ports and roads to better compete with the U.S., according to Soybean & Corn...

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Brazilian Government fails to have MP 595 approved

09.05.2013 3:55 PM | No Comments

Source: Alphamar Shipping Agency. During the voting session at the Congress last night, the congressmen engaged in an argument due to a denouncement by one of the representatives, who announced an “undisclosed economical interest” by the congressman who included some...

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