sexta-feira, 5 de julho de 2013

Brazil's ports are now working 24 Hours

Since May 03 the major Brazilian ports started working 24 hours a day. This is one of the several measures implemented by the Provisional Measure (a law binding presidential decree) No. 595,  which seeks to modernize the Brazilian ports. 

The ports that will work 24 hours are the ports of Santos (São Paulo), Rio de Janeiro, Vitória, Paranaguá (PR), Suape (PE), Rio Grande (RS), Itajaí (SC) and Pecém (CE). This is great news for all businessmen who work with import and export in Brazil. Much remains to be done in Brazil with respect to logistics and port infrastructure, but this is will much contribute to end the delays and long bureaucratic problems of the ports in Brazil.

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