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ICTSI handles imports at La Plata that now rival Buenos Aires

NOW that reefer facilities have opened in TecPlata, logistics services now rival what is available 60 kilometres away from Beunos Aires, notes Manila's global port operator International Container Terminal Services Inc (ICTSI)

16 September 2020 - 19:00

NOW that reefer facilities have opened in TecPlata, logistics services now rival what is available 60 kilometres away from Beunos Aires, notes Manila's global port operator International Container Terminal Services Inc (ICTSI).

TecPlata has begun handling import shipments bound for Buenos Aires La Plata Free Zone (BAZFLP), a promising development for the terminal, said the ICTSI release.



With an annual capacity of 450,000 TEU, TecPlata - the most modern container terminal in Argentina - continues to consolidate its position as an alternative to the Port of Buenos Aires.



The shipment from Brazil were unloaded at TecPlata last month, and included a seismograph bound for the Vaca Muerta unconventional oil and gas field in Argentina's Neuquen Province. The equipment is to be used by Wellfield Industry Ltda.



From TecPlata, the containers were received by the Productive Zone user, one of the first companies established in BAZFLP. Tecplata is five kilometres away from the Free Zone.



Around 90 per cent of free zone trade in Argentina passes through BAZFLP, which has 100 direct and 3,400 indirect users.


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