Brazilian government, with the objective of privatize, is negotiating Cellulose Terminal of the country’s main port, generated from the largest exporter of cellulose in Latin America, Klabin S/A. Paranaguá Port is the main port of the country, as one of the largest cellulose export terminals in Latin America.
Due to its geographical location, as well as the supply of goods through a sophisticated train system, this terminal is a very attractive project in the country. Besides, this terminal aims to load goods originated from Brazil’s largest producer, leader in the production of paper and cards for containers, corrugated cardboard containers and industrial bags.
This terminal (PAR01) of Porto de Paranaguá export rates are in exponential growth. In addition, another advantage regards loading other kinds of goods rather than cellulose, with annual production forecast of 1.5 million tons of cellulose, with area of 27.530 m² (twenty seven Thousand five-hundred and thirty square meters).
The project regards a new terminal with single warehouse, facilities such as Front Door/Access Control, cellulose warehouse, at least three rail lines for unloading and maneuvering of cars and supporting building with facilities such as offices, bathrooms, depots, kitchen, cafeteria and electrical room.
TERMINAL PRODUCTION DEMAND
The projected demand for lease has three scenarios, estimated that 24 months are enough for full operation of the terminal. It has been considered that the PAR01 Terminal attends 100% of the local amount of cellulose after the conclusion of the constructions, forecast for 2021.
This has been projected with base, optimist and pessimist scenarios, as the last two ones regard variations from the base one. The forecast was made in 2016 taking into consideration future dates.