Infrastructure & Equipment
TPR has 1600 meters of berth divided into three piers and a SUPPORT AREA OF OVER 65 HECTARES.
Within the premises a solid bulk storage and general cargo in WAREHOUSES COMPRISING AN AREA OF 65,000 m2 is offered, including a cold storage of 1800 m2 additionally 78,000 m3 of liquid bulk can be stored in its 26 vertical tanks, connected by an underground network for direct cargo and ship loading and unloading, capable of transfering 500 t / h. TPR has open pits, among which include the MANEUVERING AREA OF CONTAINERS with the possibility to supply energy to Reefer containers, and a space specially prepared for hazardous cargo (IMO).
Additionally TPR has scanner services, rail bitrocha inbounds and INTERNAL NETWORK RAILS, 4 fiscal scales for weighing trucks and wagons.
Liquid tanks connected with underground network
For container movements within the terminal at high speed, stacking up to 5 containers.
Two 100 tons mobile harbor cranes, which can achieve 50 movements per hour to substantially reduce the time of loading and unloading.
Equipment for loading ships
The latest equipment for loading ships which TPR counts with, complete the truck-ship sequence made by Truck Unloaders, Jump Conveyors and Shiploaders, providing great flexibility and ensuring product quality, obtaining yields of up to 1000 t / h for each sequence set.
MOBILE EQUIPMENT FOR LOADING / UNLOADING BARGE
The terminal has Sennebogen art machines with yields of more than 500 tons / hr. each.
TPR is the first port in South America to incorporate Rotabox system. This system is a highly efficient and environmental friendly alternative for the bulk collection and shipment of containers that are downloaded using rotary spreaders. TPR has a storage capacity of 3,500 tons reaching up to 500 Ton / Hr boarding yields.