This Tuesday (30), at 5 pm, in Cartagena, Colombia, Portos do Paraná participates in the panel on Structuring Projects for the Brazilian Port Sector at the main event in the segment in Latin America. Organized by the American Association of Port Authorities (Aapa) in partnership with the Puerto de Cartagena group, the XXIX Latin American Congress on Ports began this Monday (29th) and continues until Wednesday (1).
“It’s an opportunity to show our main projects, to increase our network of international contacts, to do business and to keep up to date on what the sector, in Latin America and in the world, has been developing for now and for the future”, says Carlos Eidam de Assis, superintendent of governance and representative of the Paraná port authority at the event.
The theme of the exhibition that Assis will hold at the congress is the areas available for lease in the Port of Paranaguá. As he explains, there are currently five areas available, among which two (PAR 32, for General Cargo, and PAR50, for liquid bulk) are in a very advanced stage and will be auctioned in 2022.
Three other areas – PAR09, PAR14 and PAR15 –, all destined for the movement of bulk vegetable solids, are already in the study phase.
PANEL – With the representative of the public company that manages the ports of Paranaguá and Antonina, the national secretary for Ports and Waterway Transport (SNPTA), Diogo Piloni e Silva; Fernando Biral, CEO of Santos Port Authority (SPA); Antônio Júlio Castiglioni Neto, president of Companhia Docas do Estado do Espírito Santo (Codesa); Paulo Fernando Estima, Superintendent of the Port of Rio Grande; Francisco Leite Martins, Director of Planning and Management of the Port of Suape; and Ted Lago Filho, CEO of the Port of Itaqui.
The topic will be moderated by the head of the SNPTA cabinet, president-elect of the Latin American delegation of Aapa, Rita de Cássia Vandanezi Munck.
According to the organizers of the event, more than 400 port leaders and international experts make the forum stand out as the most important business meeting in the sector. There are three days of congress, with presentations and debates on the main international port projects, which brings together representatives from 30 countries.
At the congress, Portos do Paraná shares a commercial exhibition space with the State of Bahia Dock Company (Codeba), Rio de Janeiro Dock Company, Rio Grande Ports, Vitória Port (ES) and Santos Port Authority.
Source: Portos do Paraná