Modern and efficient grain cargo handling facility.
Set in the city of Paranaguá in the state of Paraná, ROCHA's most recent business unit operates in the port of Paranaguá - the largest bulk cargo Port volume in the country. The Solid Bulk Cargo Export Terminal is connected to the Port of Paranaguá Export Corridor (APEX). Completed in April 2017, the facility is one of the most modern infrastructures of interconnected grain export terminals in Latin America.
GEXPO's operations rely on a modern infrastructure, to attend to the growing grain market attending to the surplus of domestic cargo destined for export, mainly soybean and corn crops.
Static capacity of 146 thousand tons (in phase 1), distributed in 2 warehouses of 73 thousand tons. In phase 2, volume will increase to 270 thousand tons.
2 hydraulic dumpers for double tractor trailer
2 hoppers for rail hoppercars with a discharge rate of up to one thousand tons per hour.
Rail spur for 70 full railcars plus 70 empty railcars.
2 overhead conveyor belts connected to the Port export corridor, with a cargo capacity of two thousand tons per hour on each conveyor belt.
Facility allows to operate in the Port of Paranaguá “Super Berço” loading mode, complying with Port Authority special regulation to berth a vessel as priority vessel and complete a cargo of 65 thousand tons in up to 36 hours.
TO WHOM IT IS INTENDED
Cooperatives, producers, companies that export soybeans, corn and soybean meal and others.
In 2019, ROCHA Terminais Portuários e Logística received certification as an Authorized Economic Operator (OEA) for operations of Export Bulk cargo.