Latin America’s Ports: Winners & Losers

Winners and losers among Latin America’s top 50 ports in 2010.

 
 
Winners
 

Rk

Ch.

Port, Country

’10 TEU

Ch.

 

 

 

 

 

10

+7

Itajai, Brazil

957,130

61.3%

2

+1

Balboa, Panama

2,758,506

37.1%

6

Manzanillo, Mexico

1,509,378

35.9%

14

+4

L. Cardenas, Mexico

796,011

34.6%

28

+3

Suape, Brazil

324,191

33.5%

23

+5

Manaus, Brazil

412,500

33.2%

11

+2

Valparaiso, Chile

878,787

29.7%

5

Cartagena, Colombia

1,581,401

27.8%
 
Losers
 

Rk

Ch.

Port, Country

’10 TEU

Ch.

 

 

 

 

 

46

-9

Sao Francisco do Sul, Br

113,251

-40.5%

45

-10

Itaguai-Rj/Sepetiba, Br

125,196

-39.4%

25

-4

Talcahuano-San Vicente, Ch

363,557

-26.4%

20

-5

Paranagua, Brazil

546,564

-13.3%

26

-2

La Guaira, Venezuela

333,539

-11.8%

29

-4

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

315,489

-9.9%

50

-4

Puerto Castilla, Honduras

81,014

-7.7%

34

-4

Salvador, Brazil

233,736

-4.3%
 
NOTES: Balboa is estimate.Cartagena includes SPR, El Bosque and Contecar. Itajai includes Navegantes.
Sources: ECLAC Perfil Maritimo, Latin Business Chronicle
 
 

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