The state with the longest coastline in Brazil, its location favors the commercial dynamics between the regions. With the rise of the modal growing vertiginously each year, the Port of Salvador moves products from various segments, mainly food cargo in general, rice, cellulose, various polymers, chemicals and petrochemicals.
- Pioneers in the creation of a commercial cell dedicated to cabotage
- BR do Mar will increase the offer of cabotage vessels by 40%
- Much of the rice that arrives at the table of Bahians arrives here via cabotage
- 20% reduction in cost when compared to road modal
- Decrease in road accidents, robberies and damages
- Greater safety for the cargo
- Perspective of 88% increase in the volume of containers handled by cabotage by 2022
- 30% potential in the potential growth of cabotage per year
In 2020, 47% of cabotage cargoes from Tecon Salvador were destined for São Paulo, while 31% of cargo arriving at the terminal came from Santa Catarina.