New Parana River tanker terminal

Dec 19, 1996 01:00 AM

A new chemical tanker terminal is to be built at Campana, some 90 km north of Buenos Aires. It will be built by the Odfjell Group, the Norwegian shareholders of Tagsa Marine Terminal in Dock Sud, just outside the Buenos Aires city limits, but in the state of Buenos Aires. Tagsa is already Argentina's biggest public terminal for liquid chemicals and high value-added products. The new development at Campana, located as far up the Parana River as the ocean tide can reach, will be able to accommodate vessels of up to 60,000 dwt. Campana Terminal will start operations at the beginning of 1998 and will initially have storage capacity of 25,000 cm of chemicals in 30 tanks, some of which will be made of stainless steel. It is to be built on land purchased by the company from the government. There is also a plan to build additional storage tanks for fuel oil and petroleum. The new terminal will serve the industrial region around the cities of Zarate and Campana. The Odfjell Group, which already operates eight terminals in Argentina, Brazil and Chile for both liquid and dry cargoes, is associated with Odfjell Tankers, the global players in deep-sea chemical tankers.

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