The Espírito Santo State hosts the largest port complex in Latin America and is named as one of the most efficient in the country. The complex brings together six ports and terminals where they circulate approximately 25% of goods in and out of Brazil and 12% of revenue national currency. Export growth via the Holy Spirit overcomes the country..
Ports are specialized in loading and unloading of bulk cargo, grain, paper, automobiles, steel, in short, a multitude of products. Thus, the State has an excellent retroportuária area composed of three Customs Stations Interior (EADIs), an intermodal industrial terminal, and deployment phase, a Export Processing Zone (EPZ) and a new port in Barra do Riacho, Aracruz.
With all this movement, the Espirito Santo ports can, on average, a lower cost compared to other Brazilian ports. Highlighting It is also in that case the ease of access to ports due to road and rail infrastructure.
The Vitoria Port is located in a privileged coastline, having quiet, sheltered and deep water, located between the cities of Vila Velha, Vitória and Cariacica, in the most beautiful regions of Brazil and of vital importance for the development of the Espírito Santo State and the country.
The Specialized Terminal Barra do Riacho - Portocel - is the only port in Brazil specializing in loading pulp.
With a pier of 313 meters long by 22 meters wide and 2 berths protected by a breakwater in -L, the Ponta Ubu maritime terminal is one of the largest in the country.
Constituted by the Steel Products Terminal (TPS), operated by ArcelorMittal Tubarão consortium, Usiminas and Gerdau Açominas is responsible for 50% of Brazilian exports of steel products and the Coal Terminal, operated by Vale, which is responsible for importing coal meets these steel mills.
É um terminal graneleiro do Porto de Vitória. Inaugurado em 1966, é controlado pela Vale S.A.