Property

Private

Working System

Private / Own

Mooring berths

2

Cradle length

800 meters

Berth width

43 meters

Maximum draft for berth operations

Load até 245m - 12,80m de 245m até 260m - 12,20m de 265m até 300m - 12,20m de 300m até 310m - 12,00m de 310m até 320m - 11,50m de 320m até 336m - 11,00m

Courtyard area

250.000meters²

Reef Outlets

2.892

Gates

8

Portainers

6 (Super Post-Panamax)

Range of portainers

4 (55meters / 21 rows) and 2 (65meters / 23 rows)

Vertical range

4 (42 meters) and 2 (45 meters)

Spreaders

Twin lift

Transporters

17

Terminal tractors

34

Reach stackers

2

Empty handlers

3

Scanner

1

DT (Deadweight Tonnage)
allowed to the Terminal

Note: The above limits are compatible with the current maximum limits of the access channel to Babitonga Bay and within the limits of Porto Itapoá. These dimensions currently serve the largest container ships operating on the Brazilian coast. Tests to increase these parameters are developed regularly to increase the capacity of the access channel to the Terminal.

Layout and Expansion

In view of the growth in operations, and the market demand for agile and efficient terminals, Porto Itapoá is on its way to the last phase of the project , which provides for the physical and operational expansion of the enterprise.

Today, the Terminal has two mooring berths that add up to a total length of 800 meters by 43 meters in width, and a natural depth of 16 meters, which allows the simultaneous docking of two Super Post Panamax vessels.

The yard has an area of ​​about 250 thousand square meters , with over 2,000 meters² of dry storage and a cold chamber for refrigerated cargo. The Porto Itapoá scanner is one of the most modern in Latin America, for checking containerized cargo. The Terminal also has more than 2,000 reefers for refrigerated cargo, one of the region’s main export demands.

With the expansion project, the final phase of Porto Itapoá will have three berths, adding up to a 1,200 meter pier, and a storage area of ​​approximately 2 million TEUs , that is, four times larger than its initial area.

Courtyard area

(storage in thousand meters²)

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Pier length

(in linear meters)

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Number of portainers

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Annual handling capacity

(in million TEUs)

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Porto Itapoá

Yesterday

Today

Tomorrow

Berths

2 (630 meters)

2 (800 meters)

3 (1.210 meters)

RTG's

17

17

38

REACH STACKERS

2

2

7

TERM. TRACTORS

26

34

80

GATES

6

8

12

Porto Itapoá

Berths

Yesterday

2 (630 meters)

Today

2 (800 meters)

Tomorrow

3 (1.210 meters)

RTG's

Yesterday

17

Today

17

Tomorrow

38

REACH STACKERS

Yesterday

2

Today

2

Tomorrow

7

TERM. TRACTORS

Yesterday

26

Today

34

Tomorrow

80

GATES

Yesterday

6

Today

8

Tomorrow

12

Reefer care

Itapoá is equipped with more than two thousand reefers, which supply refrigerated loads 24 hours a day .

Containers are subject to continuous monitoring and the availability of sockets plus competitive costs for the customer, have been an important attraction for many companies to migrate their reefer export operations to the Terminal.

Gates

Eight gates work 24 hours a day , dynamically, with two lanes for entry, two for exit, two reversible and two only for handling full containers.

Container, truck and weight information is automatically collected via OCR, saving carrier time and minimizing errors.

Biometric driver identification access further streamlines the process and makes it more secure.

In this configuration, the average waiting time at the Gate of Porto Itapoá is one of the shortest on the continent.

Operational Systems

Porto Itapoá features state-of-the-art equipment, which results in productivity gains and also operational safety.

Some of the technologies that are used in Itapoá are unprecedented in Brazilian port operations, such as the Navis Sparcs N4 operating system. This version of Navis, among a series of advantages, allows the synchronized planning of the yard and pier, being controlled in real time by the operators.

Characteristics:

– Automated yard and aligned with the ship’s planning;
– Dynamic allocation of trucks to optimize the flow and avoid traffic congestion;
– All cargo and equipment activities are recorded in the collectors made available to the operation’s employees;
– Automated panel and KPI’s, providing real-time productivity control.