Latin America’s Top 50 Ports (2010)
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25th April 2011

Top ports ranked by TEU’s in 2010. Percent change from 2009.
 
 
 
 
 
 

Rk

Ch.

Port, Country

’10 TEU

 

Ch.

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

+1

Colon, Panama

2,810,657

e

27.1%

2

+1

Balboa, Panama

2,758,506

e

37.1%

3

-2

Santos, Brazil

2,715,568

 

20.4%

4

Buenos Aires, Arg.

1,730,831

 

22.5%

5

Cartagena, Colombia

1,581,401

 

27.8%

6

Manzanillo, Mexico

1,509,378

 

35.9%

7

Callao, Peru

1,346,186

 

23.5%

8

+1

Guayaquil, Ecuador

1,093,349

 

23.7%

9

-1

Caucedo, Dom. Rep.

1,004,901

e

10.9%

10

+7

Itajai, Brazil

957,130

 

61.3%

11

+2

Valparaiso, Chile

878,787

 

29.7%

12

San Antonio, Chile

870,719

 

19.4%

13

-2

Limon-Moin, Costa Rica

858,176

 

14.7%

14

+4

L. Cardenas, Mexico

796,011

 

34.6%

15

-5

P. Cabello, Venezuela

790,000

e

0.0%

16

+4

Veracruz, Mexico

677,596

 

20.1%

17

+2

Montevideo, Uruguay

671,952

 

14.2%

18

-4

Buenaventura, Colombia

662,821

 

2.4%

19

-3

Rio Grande, Brazil

647,188

 

2.8%

20

-5

Paranagua, Brazil

546,564

 

-13.3%

21

+1

Puerto Cortes, Honduras

538,853

 

11.3%

22

+1

Altamira, Mexico

488,013

 

21.7%

23

+5

Manaus, Brazil

412,500

 

33.2%

24

+2

Santo Tomas de Castilla, …

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