Multicargo Terminal

The Terminal

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Operating since 2015, the Port of Açu’s Multicargo Terminal is private and dedicated to handling general cargo such as mineral and agricultural bulk, fertilizers, project cargo, containers and motor vehicles. These are some of its key features:

– 14.5m in depth and 500m of quayside
– The Port of Açu is the first private port in Brazil to have a Vessel Traffic Service (VTS)
– Customs area of 163,000m²
– Canal has 300m in width, allowing ships to cross
– Evolution basin has 600m
– Private dredging, without any restrictions to expand depth to 18m

Price Table

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Values in the table are for reference only. Depending on commercial adjustments, specifications of each product, contracted quantity, vessel type and deadlines, actual values may be higher or lower. For more information, please contact our commercial team.

If you want to check other port tariffs and additional information for Port of Açu users, access User Information.

View fees charged by the Multicargo Terminal


Line up information is provided by a dedicated system.

Learn more:
Request vessel inclusion

Accessing the Port

By land
Address: Fazenda Saco Dantas, s/nº – Porto do Açu – São João da Barra – Rio de Janeiro State – Brazil – CEP 28200-000 ( Clique para ver através do Google Maps )

From Vitória/Espirito Santo – 284 km through BR-101.
From Belo Horizonte/Minas Gerais – 516 km through BR-482.
From Brasília/Federal District – 1,242 km through BR-040.
From Rio de Janeiro/Rio de Janeiro – 319 km through BR-101.
From Santos/São Paulo – 815 km through BR116 and BR 101.

*By sea
Google Earth coordinates for navigation to the terminal:
Access Port of Açu T2 (Access) – ​Click to view​
Multicargo Terminal (Berth) – Click to view

*Please note that rules, fees and technical information for accessing the Port of Açu are available in the “Port Charges and Regulations“.

By rail

Planned connection with railways:
EF-354 will stretch from Anápolis (Goiás State) to Port of Açu, crossing Brasília (Federal District), Corinto, Conceição do Mato Dentro and Ipatinga (Minas Gerais State), and Campos dos Goytacazes (Rio de Janeiro State). This structure will connect Port of Açu with the Midwest and Southeast regions, creating a new export alternative for products such as grains, iron ore and steel.

EF-118 will link Port of Açu and Rio de Janeiro, crossing petrochemical complex COMPERJ, and from then on, through MRS, provide a connection with São Paulo and Minas Gerais. In its northern branch, EF-118 will connect Port of Açu and Vitória and, through EFVM, provide a connection with regions in Minas Gerais. Part of this railway already exists as EF-103 and its bed will be retrofitted, reducing investments needed for implementation.

*By air
Typically for visitors, the Port of Açu may be accessed through the heliport* at CEVISPA (Port of Açu Visitor Center) or through the airport located in Campos dos Goytacazes/Rio de Janeiro.
*Prior authorization needed.


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There are over 80,000 m² in storage area and the following equipment:

Operations and Gate

24 hours every day of the week


Monday through Friday from 8am to 5pm


Monday through Friday from 9am to 6pm

Multimedia Gallery

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View pics featuring some of the operations already carried out in Port of Açu’s terminals.

Pátio Estocagem​​
Carga de Projeto
Caminhões Fora de Estrada


Watch the video featuring some of the operations already carried out in Port of Açu’s terminals.

Commercial Presentation

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Learn more commercial information about the Multicargo Terminal and do not hesitate to contact our commercial team.

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Commercial Contact

Reach out to us for more information.

+55 21 3725-8000