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Ranking of Ports | DataLiner | Jan-Sep 2022 vs. Jan-Sep 2021 | Brazil and Plate

Nov, 24, 2022 Posted by Gabriel Malheiros

Week 202247

Please see below the ranking of ports in Brazil and the Plate region that most exported and imported containers in the first nine months of 2022 vis-a-vis the same period in 2021. All data come from DataLiner.

Brazil

The Port of Santos leads the ranking of Brazilian containerized exports, with 851,005 TEUs from January to September 2022, a slight increase of 1.19% compared to the same period in 2021. The Port of Paranaguá, second in the ranking, exported a volume 5.08% higher in the same comparative frame. The Port of Itapoá ranked fourth, growing 18.71%. See more below:

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

wdt_ID Rank Ports Jan-Sep | 2021 Jan-Sep | 2022 % Change
1 1 SANTOS 841.036 851.005 1.19%
2 2 PARANAGUA 294.041 308.972 5.08%
3 3 NAVEGANTES 285.850 291.473 1.97%
4 4 ITAPOA 137.445 163.160 18.71%
5 5 RIO GRANDE 160.259 125.471 -21.71%
6 6 ITAJAI 107.281 65.756 -38.71%
7 7 RIO DE JANEIRO 64.573 64.395 -0.28%
8 8 SALVADOR 60.962 56.167 -7.86%
9 9 VILA DO CONDE 43.083 39.870 -7.46%
10 10 VITORIA 52.899 39.028 -26.22%
 

Source: DataLiner (click here to request a demo)

The Port of Santos leads in container imports with 798,426 TEUs brought in from January to September 2022, a slight decrease of 0.63% from the same period in 2021. In second place, the Port of Navegantes had a 4.86% lower container throughput than in the first nine months of 2021. The remainder of the ranking goes as follows:

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

wdt_ID Rank Ports Jan-Sep | 2021 Jan-Sep | 2022 % Change
1 1 SANTOS 803.474 798.426 -0.63%
2 2 NAVEGANTES 237.686 226.135 -4.86%
3 3 PARANAGUA 215.673 200.430 -7.07%
4 4 ITAPOA 164.888 132.536 -19.62%
5 5 MANAUS 129.925 123.816 -4.70%
6 6 ITAJAI 116.280 95.907 -17.52%
7 7 RIO DE JANEIRO 93.199 92.953 -0.26%
8 8 SUAPE 67.779 60.978 -10.03%
9 9 SALVADOR 55.610 47.182 -15.16%
10 10 VITORIA 41.557 42.705 2.76%
 

Source: DataLiner (click here to request a demo)

Plate

As for the Plate countries (Argentina, Paraguay, and Uruguay), the Port of Buenos Aires was the port that held the most export activities from January to September 2022, with 277,486 TEUs, a drop of 7.28% compared to the same period in 2021. The Port of Montevideo, second in the ranking, shipped a volume 6.41% higher. See more below:

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

wdt_ID Rank Ports Jan-Sep | 2021 Jan-Sep | 2022 % Change
1 1 BUENOS AIRES 299.275 277.486 -7.28%
2 2 MONTEVIDEO 170.693 181.638 6.41%
3 3 ZARATE 26.778 24.333 -9.13%
4 4 ROSARIO 11.793 8.054 -31.70%
5 5 SAN ANTONIO ESTE 12.748 4.719 -62.98%
6 6 LA PLATA 1.639 2.398 46.31%
7 7 MAR DEL PLATA 0 336 100.00%
8 8 PUERTO DESEADO 0 122 100.00%
9 9 PUERTO MADRYN 4.087 0 -100.00%
10 10 BAHIA BLANCA 3.608 0 -100.00%
 

Source: DataLiner (click here to request a demo)

The Port of Buenos Aires also leads in Plate container imports, with 424,192 TEUs brought from abroad from January to September 2022, a 2.18% increase over the same period in 2021. According to the ranking, the Port of Montevideo imported 7.72% more in the same period. Please find the complete chart below:

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

wdt_ID Rank Ports Jan-Sep | 2021 Jan-Sep | 2022 % Change
1 1 BUENOS AIRES 415.158 424.192 2.18%
2 2 MONTEVIDEO 154.616 166.549 7.72%
3 3 ZARATE 36.783 37.888 3.00%
4 4 ROSARIO 19.150 22.930 19.74%
5 5 USHUAIA 12.451 8.104 -34.91%
6 6 PUERTO MADRYN 1.483 1.279 -13.76%
7 7 PUERTO DESEADO 352 243 -30.97%
8 8 SANTA FE 88 119 35.23%
9 9 BAHIA BLANCA 166 84 -49.40%
10 10 LA PLATA 16 56 250.00%
 

Source: DataLiner (click here to request a demo)

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