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Ports Ranking | DataLiner | Jan 2023 vs. Jan 2022 | Brazil and Plate

Mar, 22, 2023 Posted by Sylvia Schandert

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See below the ranking of ports in Brazil and the Plate region regarding container exports and imports in January 2023 compared to the same month last year. The data is from DataLiner, Datamar’s business intelligence tool:

Brazil

The Port of Santos leads the ranking of containerized exports in Brazil with 76,342 TEUs exported in January, a drop of 20.06% compared to January 2022. The Port of Paranagu√°, the runner-up in the ranking, increased exports via containers by 6.40%. See the full ranking below:

Ranking of Brazilian Ports | Exports | Jan 2021 vs. Jan 2022 | TEU

wdt_ID Rank Ports Jan | 2022 Jan | 2023 % Change
1 1 SANTOS 95.497 76.342 -20.06%
2 2 PARANAGUA 30.428 32.375 6.40%
3 3 NAVEGANTES 31.551 27.472 -12.93%
4 4 ITAPOA 15.006 15.576 3.80%
5 5 RIO GRANDE 13.625 13.696 0.52%
6 6 SALVADOR 6.648 6.635 -0.20%
7 7 RIO DE JANEIRO 8.882 5.682 -36.03%
8 8 VILA DO CONDE 4.011 2.522 -37.12%
9 9 NATAL 2.842 2.296 -19.23%
10 10 VITORIA 4.222 2.144 -49.22%
11 11 PECEM 3.571 1.862 -47.87%
12 12 FORTALEZA 2.020 1.700 -15.84%
13 13 MANAUS 1.522 1.265 -16.89%
14 14 SUAPE 1.640 1.175 -28.35%
15 15 ITAGUAI 1.453 1.068 -26.50%
16 16 ITAJAI 5.438 27 -99.50%
17 OTHERS 41 22 -46.34%
18 TOTAL 228.397 191.858 -16.00%

Source: DataLiner (click here to request a demo)

Regarding imports via containers, the leadership in January also belongs to the Port of Santos, with 84,059 TEUs, a drop of 7.36% compared to January 2022. On the other hand, the Port of Navegantes, second in the ranking, imported a volume 24 .88% higher year-on-year. See below the participation of each port:

Ranking of Brazilian Ports | Imports | Jan 2021 vs. Jan 2022 | TEU

wdt_ID Rank Ports Jan | 2022 Jan | 2023 % Change
1 1 SANTOS 90.739 84.059 -7.36%
2 2 NAVEGANTES 27.097 33.840 24.88%
3 3 PARANAGUA 23.957 22.800 -4.83%
4 4 ITAPOA 12.863 21.179 64.65%
5 5 MANAUS 11.603 17.534 51.12%
6 6 RIO DE JANEIRO 9.298 11.154 19.96%
7 7 SUAPE 7.107 7.649 7.63%
8 8 SALVADOR 4.441 5.545 24.87%
9 9 RIO GRANDE 4.583 5.517 20.38%
10 10 VITORIA 5.616 5.006 -10.86%
11 11 PECEM 3.026 3.205 5.92%
12 12 ITAJAI 13.960 1.082 -92.25%
13 13 ITAGUAI 473 818 72.94%
14 14 VILA DO CONDE 584 594 1.71%
15 15 IMBITUBA 0 88 100.00%
16 16 FORTALEZA 50 76 52.00%
17 OTHERS 122 2 -98.36%
18 TOTAL 215.519 220.148 2.15%

Source: DataLiner (click here to request a demo)

Plate (Paraguay, Uruguay, and Argentina)

In the Plate region (Paraguay, Uruguay, and Argentina), the Port of Buenos Aires led exports in January, with 26,394 TEUs, a volume 11.64% lower than January 2022. The Port of Montevideo, second in the ranking, exported a 14.74% lower volume in the same period. See more information below:

Ranking of Ports in the Plate region | Exports | Jan 2021 vs. Jan 2022 | TEU

wdt_ID Rank Ports Jan | 2022 Jan | 2023 % Change
1 1 BUENOS AIRES 29.871 26.394 -11.64%
2 2 MONTEVIDEO 16.915 14.422 -14.74%
3 3 ZARATE 2.615 1.548 -40.80%
4 4 LA PLATA 215 474 120.47%
5 5 ROSARIO 752 206 -72.61%
6 TOTAL 50.368 43.044 -14.54%

Source: DataLiner (click here to request a demo)

As for imports, the Port of Buenos Aires handled 35,949 TEUs, a drop of 30.84% compared to January 2022. On the other hand, the Port of Montevideo, second in the ranking, imported a volume 7.54% higher year-on-year. See below:

Ranking of Ports in the Plate region | Imports | Jan 2021 vs. Jan 2022 | TEU

wdt_ID Rank Ports Jan | 2022 Jan | 2023 % Change
1 1 BUENOS AIRES 51.981 35.949 -30.84%
2 2 MONTEVIDEO 18.950 20.379 7.54%
3 3 ZARATE 4.631 4.900 5.81%
4 4 ROSARIO 2.468 1.151 -53.36%
5 5 USHUAIA 1.170 305 -73.93%
6 6 PUERTO MADRYN 58 163 181.03%
7 7 PUERTO DESEADO 22 33 50.00%
8 8 LA PLATA 2 20 900.00%
9 OTHERS 19 18 -5.26%
10 TOTAL 79.301 62.917 -20.66%

Source: DataLiner (click here to request a demo)

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