KM 464,7 of the parana river / KM 2,9 of the Coronda River

Storage Capacity: Cargoes loaded:
Grains300,000 MtonsAt the present loading:
By-products150,000 MtonsSoyabeans, Soyabean meal, Soya bean oil,  and lecityne.
Vegetable Oils60,000 Mtons 

Loading Rates Per gang:     Per Hour        Per Shift                         Loading rates per hose        Per Hour       Per Shift

Grains                           750 Mtons      4500 Mtons                     Vegetable Oils:                  300 Mtons      1800 Mtons

By-products                    425 Mtons      2550 Mtons                     Lecityne                           300 Mtons      1800 Mtons

Discharge rates per grab    Per Hour        Per Shift                         Discharge rates per hose.      Per Hour        Per Shift

N/A                                                                                   N/A

Usual Gangs to be appointment:  


Loading Arms:                                                                      Lines/Hoses to load:

Three telescopic schuters. Loading by two arms simultaneously           Berth has 2 cargo lines-hoses 8″ size.

Depth alongside:Air Draft:Dolphins and frontage:
35 Feet21 MetersThe berth offers a berthing frontage of 130 afforded o dolphins
  together with four outlying dolphing for
  with two outlying dolphing for bow and stern mooring.

Draft Restriction:

No draft restriction at berth. Maximum draft allowed for the Parana River is reported by Coast Guard on a daily basis between 0800/1000 hrs-

Tide Restrictions N/AWater Density 0,998Bottom MudProvision procedures Shore and boat.Tug use Not required
Loa Restrictions: 275 MtsFresh water availability: Not available Light dues apply: YES 
Beam Restrictions: 40 MtsGarbage discharge: Only by boat Port dues apply: YES 
Slop Discharge: Not allowedBunker availability: Not allowed Waterway dues apply: N/A 
  Berth Picture Tug use Not required  

Official figures to be applied:

Shore Scale

Headclerk apply:  


Working time:

The usual working time is from Monday to Friday from 0600 hs to 1800 hs and on Saturday from 0600 hs to 1200 hs. The remaining times are considered as overtime


*Cargoes can be loaded directly from silos or trucks

*Cape size vessels load here.

*Cargoes can be loaded directly from silos or trucks

*This terminal has its own crushing plant to produce vegetable oils.

* As per terminal regulation cargo tanks/holds to be loaded must be inspected before berthing

OPIP  Address:
Name:Oficiales de protección S.R.L. Brigadier  Estanislao lopez 10500
Phone Nr:0341-2092033Nextel: 791*537Timbues, Santa Fe, Argentina