The goal was to introduce Açu Port as a way to optimize logistics for companies in Minas Gerais, shipping their products as well as importing input for them.
During the meeting, Prumo CEO José Magela emphasized that Açu Port is already operating and has a Multicargo Terminal with 500 meters of quayside, about 200,000 m2 of customized area and two Mobile Harbor Cranes, each with a radius of 46 meters and hoisting capacity of up to 100 tons. The terminal is authorized to handle solid bulk, project cargo and containers, and is already handling bauxite produced by Votorantim in the city of Mirai (also in Minas Gerais state). Along with Magela, Commercial Director Fernando Schuffner and Regulations and Sustainability Director Eduardo Xavier also attended the meeting.
An event to introduce the enterprise to companies in Minas Gerais is expected to be organized in the next months.