Latin America’s Top 50 Ports (2009)

Top ports ranked by TEU’s in 2009. Percent change from 2008.
 

Rank

Ch

Port, Country

09 TEU

Ch

1

Santos, Brazil

2,255,862

-15.8%

2

Colon, Panama

2,210,720

-10.4%

3

Balboa, Panama

2,011, 778

-7.2%

4

Buenos Aires, Arg

1,412,462

-20.7%

5

+2

Cartagena, Col.

1,237,873

16.7%

6

-1

Manzanillo, Mexico

1,110,350

-21.2%

7

-1

Callao, Peru

1,089,838

-9.4%

8

+5

Caucedo, Dom. Rep.

905,277

22.9%

9

Guayaquil, Ecuador

884,100

1.0%

10

+1

P. Cabello, Venezuela

790,000

-2.4%

11

-1

Limon-Moin, Costa Rica

748,029

-10.4%

12

+4

San Antonio, Chile

729,033

6.0%

13

-5

Valparaiso, Chile

677,432

-28.5%

14

-2

Buenaventura, Colombia

647,323

-12.9%

15

+4

Paranagua, Brazil

630,597

5.9%

16

+2

Rio Grande, Brazil

629,586

4.7%

17

-2

Itajai, Brazil

600,522

-13.4%

18

-1

Montevideo, Uruguay

588,410

-12.9%

19

N/A

L. Cardenas, Mexico

585,449

11.6%

20

-6

Veracruz, Mexico

564,315

-21.2%

21

N/A

Talcahuano-San Vicente, Chile

494,329

-18.2%

22

23

Puerto Cortes, Honduras

484,184

-15.4%

23

22

Altamira, Mexico

400,968

-8.1%

24

N/A

La Guaira, Venezuela

378,318

-13.4%

25

-3

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

350,295

-18.2%

26

-3

Santo Tomas de Castilla, Guatemala

329,946

2.3%

27

+2

Barrios, Guatemala

317,646

27.7%

28

-3

Haina, Dom. Rep.

277,947

-1.9%

29

+3

Salvador, Brazil

244,204

-7.4%

30

+1

Suape, …

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