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Port of Paranaguá is the first national place in movement for soybean exports

The Port of Paranaguá was a national highlight in the movement of cargo from the soybean complex (bran, grains and oil) at the beginning of 2024. According to the system for consulting Brazilian foreign trade data (Comex Stat), 37.5% of exports Brazilian soybean left through the Port of Paranaguá in January this year. In second place is the Port of Santos, with 20.9% of the total.

In January 2024, Portos do Paraná handled 1,822,656 tons of the soybean complex. Of this total, 1,177,616 tons are soybeans, widely used in food production, being the raw material for various products such as soy milk, soy meat and tofu (soy cheese). The grain showed a growth of 202% compared to the previous year (389,123 tons).

In second place in movement is soybean meal, used in the production of animal feed, which registered 606,321 tons moved, 118% more than in 2023 (277,716 tons).

“The logistics strategy was fundamental to meeting the large demand held back in the market since 2023. We continue with a good income outlook for the first quarter of this year”, emphasized the CEO of Portos do Paraná, Luiz Fernando Garcia.

The third item in the complex is soybean oil, which can be used in food products or in the manufacture of antibiotics, pharmaceutical products, disinfectants, thermal insulation, insecticides, fabrics and paints, among others. This year, 38,719 tons of soybean oil were moved, a value below that moved in 2023 (123,287 tons).

Record movement in January

Portos do Paraná started 2024 with another movement record. In total, 5,064,683 tons were moved in January, a volume 20% higher compared to the same period last year and a record value compared to the public company’s history during the month of January (4,207,257 tons).

Currently the main destination for exports through Paraná ports is China: US$758 million in January. According to data from Comex Stat, revenues for the total foreign market reached US$1.82 billion (R$9.01 billion) in the first month of the year, an increase of 29.2% compared to January 2023 (US$ 1.41 billion).


Fonte: Portos do Paraná



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