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24 Intermodal South America

What is the event:

Intermodal South America is considered by executives of the industry as a strategic platform to do business because it gathers the key players from the national and international markets over the three days of the event, encouraging new business and partnerships. Therefore, the event also works as a platform for launches, strengthening brand awareness, joint ventures, content, sales, and networking.

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Marintec South America

What is the event:

The 13th edition of Marintec South America finished in Rio de Janeiro with a positive assessment and optimism for the companies in the shipbuilding, maritime and offshore industries that took part in the event. The executives agreed unanimously that the industry will experience a boom from next year onwards.

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NT Expo - Business on Rails

The main event in South America for the metro-railroad industry chain which is focused on providing the most up to date information from the industry, debates and content generation through the scheduled conferences and Space Innovation + Mobility. It is the stage of the largest business rounds in the area, bringing together the leading national and international suppliers, cargo carriers and passenger decision makers

Intermodal - South America

EXPO is organized by the Intermodal Association of North America, the leading trade association representing the combined interests of the intermodal freight community. IANA connects its members with the resources and opportunities they need to stay informed, aligned and on the path to success. EXPO brings the industry together around the dialogue, education and connections that move intermodal forward.

Concession of two highways - BR 153/GO/TO & BR - 364/365/MG/GO

BR-153 is the main link between Brazil's Mid-North (states of Tocantins, Maranh√£o, Par√° and Amap√°) with the country's Center-South geo-economic region. Due to this fact and in addition to the large flow of vehicles, the BR-153 is currently considered one of the main national integration roads in Brazil.

Port Operator CODESA "Companhia Docas do Espírito Santo" Privatization

The privatization of the Docas do Espirito Santo Company (CODESA), aiming at modernizing its port management, attracting investments and improving the operation of the sector, has adherence to the sectorial policy and the Federal Government's guidelines for seeking investments in infrastructure through Partnerships with the private sector. The studies that involve the definition of the privatization model and contract guidelines will be contracted by BNDES.

15 Brazilian Port Terminals Privatization

Cellulose Terminal at the Port of Paranagu√°/PR - (PAR01)
Vehicle Terminal in the Port of Paranagu√°/PR - (PAR12)
General Cargo Terminal at the Port of Itaqui/MA - (IQI 18)
Wood Chip Terminal in the Port of Santana/AP - (MCP1)
Grain Terminals in the Port of Paranagu√°/PR - (PAR 07, PAR 08, and PAR XX)
Liquid Bulk Terminals in the Port of Vitória/ES
LPG terminals in Porto Miramar/PA - (BEL 05, and BEL 06)
Agrovia Terminal in the Port of SUAPE/PE
Privatization - Companhia Docas do Espírito Santo - CODESA