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Brazilian Port Sector 2014 World Cup & 2016 Olympics Games. 2010 Brazil Summit New York, NY, USA – April, 26. Presentation by Augusto Wagner Padilha Martins Vice-Minister, Ministry of Ports. Brazil Invests in its Ports. Brazilian Port Sector New Model for Port Development.

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Brazilian port sector 2014 world cup 2016 olympics games

Brazilian Port Sector

2014 World Cup & 2016 Olympics Games

2010 Brazil Summit

New York, NY, USA – April, 26

Presentation by

Augusto Wagner Padilha Martins

Vice-Minister, Ministry of Ports


Brazil invests in its ports

Brazil Invests in its Ports

Brazilian Port Sector

New Model for Port Development


Brazilian port sector 2014 world cup 2016 olympics games

Port of MACAPÁ

Port of SANTARÉM

Port of MANAUS

Port of BELÉM

Port of VILA DO CONDE

RORAIMA

Port of ITAQUI

AMAPÁ

Port of PECÉM

Port of FORTALEZA

Port of AREIA BRANCA

Port of NATAL

Port of CABEDELO

AMAZONAS

PARÁ

MARANHÃO

CEARÁ

RIO GRANDE

DO NORTE

Port of RECIFE

PARAÍBA

Port of SUAPE

PIAUÍ

PERNAMBUCO

Port of MACEIÓ

ACRE

ALAGOAS

TOCANTINS

Port of SALVADOR

SERGIPE

RODÔNIA

BAHIA

Port of ARATU

MATO GROSSO

Port of ILHÉUS

Port of BARRA DO RIACHO

GOIÁS

Port of VITÓRIA

Port of FORNO

MINAS GERAIS

Port of NITERÓI

ESPÍRITO SANTO

MATO GROSSO

DO SUL

Port of RIO DE JANEIRO

Port of ITAGUAÍ

SÃO PAULO

Port of ANGRA DOS REIS

RIO DE JANEIRO

Port of SÃO SEBASTIÃO

Port of SANTOS

PARANÁ

Port of ANTONINA

Porto de PARANAGUÁ

SANTA

CATARINA

Port of SÃO FRANCISCO DO SUL

Port of ITAJAÍ

RIO GRANDE

DO SUL

Port of IMBITUBA

Port of PORTO ALEGRE

Port of PELOTAS

Port of RIO GRANDE

34 MAIN

PUBLIC PORTS

128 Private

Terminals


Brazilian port sector 2014 world cup 2016 olympics games

PAC 1

Brazilian Growth Acceleration Program 1

National Dredging Program = US$ 900 million

Improvements of Port Infrastructure and Land access = US$ 1.0 billion

PAC 1


Brazilian port sector 2014 world cup 2016 olympics games

Brazilian Port Dredging Program - Law n° 11.610 / 2007

  • Creates the Brazilian Port Dredging Program;

  • Introduces the concept of Output Based Dredging Contracts;

  • Establishes the competence of the Brazilian Secretariat for Ports to implement the Program.

PAC 1


Brazilian port sector 2014 world cup 2016 olympics games

National Dredging Program

Legend:

Fortaleza

Procurement to be initiated

Natal

Under procurement

Cabedelo

contracted

Recife

Concluded

Suape – Outside Canal

Suape – Internal Canal

US$ 900 million

Salvador e Aratu

Vitória

Rio de Janeiro

Itaguaí – Phase 1

Itaguaí – Phase 2

Paranaguá

S. Francisco do Sul

Angra dos Reis

Santos – Dredging

Itajaí

PAC 1

Santos – Rock Blasting

Rio Grande


Improvements of port infrastructure

Improvements of Port Infrastructure

  • Construction of berths and ramps

  • Mooring systems

  • Port avenues

  • Breakwater expansion

  • Infrastructure modernization

PAC 1


Brazilian port sector 2014 world cup 2016 olympics games

Public Investments - Infrastructure

Luis Correia

US$21 million

Itaqui

US$ 177 million

Vila do Conde

US$ 70 million

Areia Branca

Us$ 91 million

Suape

US$ 53,4 million

Ongoing Construction:

US$ 1.0 billion

Maceió

US$ 16,4 million

Vitória

US$ 77,2 million

PAC 1

Santos - US$ 135 million

São Francisco do Sul - US$ 45 million

Rio Grande - US$ 314 million


Brazilian port sector 2014 world cup 2016 olympics games

Dredging Program

Infrastructure

Logistic Intelligence

World Cup

  • PAC 2

  • Brazilian Growth Acceleration Program 2

  • 2011 / 2014

Projects:

US$ 3.0 billions

PAC 2


Brazilian port sector 2014 world cup 2016 olympics games

Dredging and Infrastructure

Mucuripe – Container Terminal - US$ 33.3 mi

Itaqui – Grain Terminal

US$ 155.5 mi

Areia Branca – Dredging

US$ 54,4 mi

Santarém – Extension to Multi-Use Terminal 1 and Construction of MUT 2

US$ 84.4 mi

Natal – Extension to Wharf

US$ 60 mi

Luís Correia – Dredging

US$ 15.5 mi

Pecém – 2 Berths for Solid Bulk

US$ 111.1 mi

Suape – Solid Bulk Terminal

US$ 166,6 mi

Maceió – Dredging - US$ 13,8 mi

Salvador – Breakwater Extension

US$ 55,5 mi

Barra do Riacho – Dredging

US$ 43,3 mi

Vitória – Berth, Storage Area and Deep Water Port

US$ 111,1 mi

Paranaguá – Grain Silo

US$ 25 mi

Barra do Furado – Dredging -US$ 30,5 mi

Rio de Janeiro – Wharf Reinforcements, Dredging

US$ 163,8 mi

Itajaí – Berth Reinforcement and Retroarea

US$ 80,5 mi

Itaguaí – Dredging 3 and 4

US$ 147,2 mi

Imbituba – Dredging

US$ 30,5 mi

Santos – Left and Right Marginal highways, underpass, Piers Alamoa and Barnabé, Wharf Reinforcement, Dredging and Wharf Realignments

US$ 795,5 bi

PAC 2

Rio Grande – Porto Novo Wharf Phase 3, Dredging

US$ 80,5 mi


Brazilian port sector 2014 world cup 2016 olympics games

2014 World Cup & 2016 Olympics

Natal Port - International Passenger Terminal

US$ 31 mi

Fortaleza Mucuripe Port International Passenger Terminal

US$ 61 mi

Recife Port - International Passenger Terminal

US$ 13 mi

Manaus Port - International Passenger Terminal

US$ 51 mi

Salvador Port - International Passenger Terminal

US$ 20 mi

Rio de Janeiro – 3 New Piers

US$ 179 mi

Santos – Wharf Realignments

US$ 69 mi

PAC 2


Fostering private investments

Fostering Private Investments

Brazilian Port Sector

New Model for Port Development


Brazilian port sector 2014 world cup 2016 olympics games

Private Investiments

Vila do Conde

US$ 401,3 million

Itaqui

US$ 1,5 billion

Suape

US$ 27 million

Ongoing Construction:

US$ 14.3 billion

Port of Aratu

US$ 4 million

Private Terminal

Cotegipe

US$ 73 million

Private Terminal

Ponta Ubu

US$ 167 million

Açu

US$5,5 billion

Rio de Janeiro

US$ 366.0 million

Itaguaí

US$ 1.4 billion

Santos

US$ 3,1 billion

Itapoá

US$ 350 million

Rio Grande

US$ 248 million

Imbituba

US$ 269 million


Conclusion

Conclusion

Brazilian Port Sector

New Model for Port Development


Brazilian port sector 2014 world cup 2016 olympics games

Ports and foreign trade: A Broad Partnership

Secretariat for Ports

ANTAq

Private Terminals

  • Long-term Planning: PNLT

  • Dredging of access channels: PND e PAC

  • Improvements to road and rail accesses:

  • PAC, States and Municipalities

  • Expansion of terminals

  • Reduction in transit time for mega ships

  • Extension of cabotage network

  • Reduction of freight and port costs

  • The Paperless Port

  • Logistic Platforms

  • Intelligent Cargo

  • Santos Inland Waterway Study

Regulatory Framework

Port Operators

Port Authorities

Port Workers

Public Use Terminals


Brazilian port sector 2014 world cup 2016 olympics games

Thank you!

See you in Brazil!

Augusto Wagner Padilha Martins

E-mail: [email protected]


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