The Port of Rotterdam has invested in Pecem Port. Find out how this expansion will ensure Ceará port becomes the future logistics hub for Northeast Brazil.
Recent investment in Ceará, strong economic growth and a privileged location make the state the new hub for logistics and technology in Brazil.
2017 will see more investment in Pecem Port as this key industrial area in Northeast Brazil continues to register record figures.
The recent investment and expansion of Ceará free trade zone has attracted the attention of world experts. Pecem Port has just received one of the top accolades in the annual Global Free Zone awards. This combined with a significant uptick in handling at the port this year firmly places Pecem Port on the world map for trade.
After major expansion of infrastructure at Pecem Port, one of the largest in Brazil, the export-import facilities are set to record major increases. As Pecem Port grows larger and handles more cargo the demand for property in this part of Northeast Brazil expands.
Latest figures for import and export handling at Pecem Port, one of the largest ports in Northeast Brazil, point to an excellent start to the year. The port and state authorities believe 2016 will be a year of consolidation at Pecem Port for both business opportunities and employment as the port continues its expansion plans. This BRIC Group news article explains why.
The recent Brazilian Tourism Market held in Ceará confirmed the appeal of Northeast Brazil to both national and international buyers. The number of meetings and volume of business reached record levels with big interest in the region from international markets. In separate but equally significant negotiations, the Port of Pécem in Ceará reached a landmark agreement with the Italian port of La Spezia.