Brazilian Mission to United States of
America
Brazil’s Port Sector
Fernando Antonio Brito Fialho
National Agency for Waterway Transportation
Director-General
USA, April 28th, 2008
Brazil’s Port Sector
I- Brief Overview of Brazil
II- Brazil- EUA
III- Reasons to Invest in Brazilian Ports
IV- Where to Invest
V- How to Invest in Brazilian Ports
VI- Opportunities
Brief Overview of Brazil
General Facts about Brazil
Total Area
8,511,996.3Km²
(Latin America’s Largest Country)
Federation
27 states
Coastline
8,511Km
Population
186 million
World’s 10th Economy
Brief Overview of Brazil
The State- Framework
UNION
Executive
Branch
ANTAQ
Special Secretariat
Ministry of
Transportation
of Ports
Function:
Delegation/
Administrative
Function:
Regulation/
Inspection
Port Authority
Federal Waterway
Infrastructure
Regulation/
Inspection/
Authorization
Private Use Terminal
Shipping Lines
Function:
Delegation/
Administrative
Brief Overview of Brazil
National Agency for Waterway Transportation- ANTAQ
Range of Action
 Shipping
companies for
international shipping,
cabotage, port and
maritime supply
 Shipping
companies operating
in rivers, lakes and inland
waterways
 Public
Ports (Landlord Ports): 35
 Private
Use Terminals: 125
 Management
 Integration
of Information to Study and Set up the Sector’s Structure
of the Multimodal System
Brazil- EUA
Trade between Brazil and EUA (%) – Export/ Import
27.500
25.000
22.500
US$ (Bi)
20.000
Trade Net 2007:
Trade Net 1997:
US $ 43.787 Bi
US $ 22.981 Bi
17.500
15.000
12.500
Export (Bi)
Import (Bi)
10.000
7.500
5.000
2.500
0
1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007
Years
Brazil- EUA
Trade between Brazil and EUA- Export
15,8%
US $ 25.314 Millions
2007
Reasons to Invest in Brazilian Ports

Brazil’s Economic Growth (GDP)- 5.4% (2007) – Source: IBGE

More than 90% of Brazil´s Foreign Trade is performed through its
ports

738.430 million tons transported through
international shipping in 2007
US$ Million
Reasons to Invest in Brazilian Ports

Trade Net
Jan/Fev 2008:
Brazil’s Growth in Foreign Trade
US
140,000
130,000
120,000
110,000
100,000
90,000
80,000
70,000
60,000
50,000
40,000
30,000
20,000
10,000
0
$ 50,3 Billion
US$ 137.5 billion
US$ 91.4 billion
Trade Net
1997: 112,735
Export
Import
Trade Net
2006:
US$228,8 Billion
1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006
Years
Source: MIC
Trade Net
2007:
$ 281,2 Billion
US
Reasons to Invest in Brazilian Ports
Brazil’s Cargo Handling - 2007
Solid Bulk
Liquid Bulk
General Cargo
Total
453.931
178.257
106.242
738.430
Solid Bulk
Liquid Bulk
General
Cargo
TOTAL CONTAINER
HANDLING-2007
Source: ANTAQ
6.568.178 TEU´s *
* Including inlandwaterway transportation
Where to Invest
Where to Invest
Where to Invest
Ponta da Madeira Port Terminal
Where to Invest
Where to Invest
Where to Invest
Where to Invest
Where to Invest
Tubarão Port Terminal
Where to Invest
Where to Invest
Where to Invest
Where to Invest
Port of Santos
Where to Invest
Where to Invest
Where to Invest
Where to Invest
Brazil’s Port Sector
Where to Invest
Oil and Gas Fields Santos, Campos, Espirito
Santo
Brazil’s Port Sector
Where to Invest
Maritime Access São Bebastião
Width: 550m Depth: 25m (least) Extension: 30 km
Brazil’s Port Sector
Where to Invest
Campos (RJ) Offshore Project
How to Invest in Brazilian Port
Legal Protection to Invest in Ports

Stable Political System

Structured Legal System

Regulatory System: Bills nº 8.630 and nº 10.233/2001

Consolidated Protection System for Competitiveness

Enforced Private-Public Partnership System
How to Invest in Brazilian Port
Lease

Leasing of Public Ports to the Private Sector with the goal to
construct and develop the port facility.

Public service supply to the private sector in order to improve public
terminal infrastructure.

Procedures concluded through public bids.

Contracts in effect for up to 25 years (renewal for the same period).

Waterway access provided by the Public Port Administration.

Adequate access to roadways
How to Invest in Brazilian Port
Private Use Terminal

Authorization granted to the private sector to construct and
develop private use terminals

Terminal use upon free flow of prices.

Flexible operation procedure for any kind of cargo.

Required Operation of company's own cargo or its cargo
and other companies' cargo.

Contracts in effect for up to 25 years (renewal for the same
period).

Guaranteed Investments with contract secured by
irreversible clause
Opportunities
Legal Amazonia Legislation :
AP
RR
Savanah Area: 35% reserved
Forest Area: 80%reserved
AM
MA
PA
CE
Savanah Area
Total:
204 millions ha
Arable:
127 millions ha
Occupied:
61 millions ha
Available:
66 millions ha
PI
AC
RO
PE
AL
SE
TO
MT
RN
PB
BA
GO
DF
The agricultural border expansion inside Legal Amazonia
should priorize savanah areas due to advantages in the
obligatory reserve legislation and great availability of new
areas
MG
MS
SP
RJ
PR
SC
Source: Embrapa
ES
RS
Savanah area
Opportunities
Inland Waterways
Main Corridors For
Production flow
By ANTAQ
In Association with:
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Ministry of Transportation
Special Secretariat of Ports
Fernando Antônio Brito Fialho
Director-General
Nome do Palestrante
Sobrenome
fernando.fialho@antaq.gov.br
Cargo do Palestrante
http://www.antaq.gov.br
palestrante.palestrante@antaq.gov.br
Tel.: 55 61 3447-1118
http://www.antaq.gov.br
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