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October 27, 2021

Paranagua II Liquids Storage Terminal, Brazil

By Carmen

Cattalini Terminais Maritimos operates the Paranagua II liquids storage terminal, which is located in Parana in Brazil. This liquids storage terminal became operational in 1987 and is owned by Cattalini Terminais Maritimos.


The terminal, which is accessible by rail, road, and sea, primarily stores petroleum products.

Key specifications of the storage terminal
Storage Capacity (bbl): 3,087,185
Tank Size Min (bbl): 5,661
Tank Size Max (bbl): 48,431
Number of Tanks: 94


About Cattalini Terminais Maritimos


Cattalini Terminais Maritimos Ltda (Cattalini Terminais) is a transport and logistics company that operates storage terminal. The company owns and operates storage terminals for oil derivatives. It exports, imports, stores bulk cargo, and others. Cattalini Terminais operates two terminals. The company also provides tanks to store heated products. Its terminal infrastructure includes unloading points, platforms shipments, deviation rail, electronic road scales, treatment plants and related infrastructure, among others. It operates through a physical space for the storage of various liquid bulk products, connected to the world through its private and public piers. The company operates through its offices in Paranagua, Brazil. Cattalini Terminais is headquartered in Paranagua, Brazil.

Methodology

Information on the liquids storage terminal is sourced from GlobalData’s liquids storage terminal database that provides detailed information on all active and upcoming, liquids storage terminals globally. Not all companies mentioned in the article may be currently existing due to their merger or acquisition or business closure.

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