TCP also invested in the electrification of two cranes to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and lower equipment maintenance costs. On Tuesday (29), the company that manages the Paranaguá Container Terminal (TCP) received its first 100% electric vehicle. Completely silent and with zero CO2 emissions, the D9W 20.410 model, from the Chinese brand BYD, offers a […]
The 5th edition brought together 150 people; participants walked the 10km of Itiberê River cleaning the waters and mangroves. 150 people were present at the 5th Environmental Rowing, an event held by TCP last Saturday (01). Using kayaks, canoes and stand up paddles, the participants collected 985 kilos of waste from the Itiberê River and […]
The initiative of the Government of the State of Paraná recognizes companies committed to sustainable development and that act in the control of the emission of polluting gases. TCP, the company that manages the Container Terminal of Paranaguá, received on Monday (05) the Paraná Climate seal, a project conceived by the Secretariat of Sustainable Development […]
The project was instituted by the city’s Tree Planting Law, sanctioned on the Tree Day, and seeks to expand and guide the management of native species  On Tree Day (21st), the city of Paranaguá sanctioned the city’s Tree Planting Law. No. 4.228/2022, the document authorizes the immediate implementation of the municipal urban forestation plan prepared […]
In celebration of World Environment Day, TCP announces that in 2021 alone its clients stopped emitting almost 62 thousand tons of CO2 by using multimodal transport, and that it intends to increase this number by purchasing 100% clean energy Celebrated on June 5, the World Environment Day seeks to summon the entire population to a […]
As a way of encouraging sports in the city, TCP begins a cycle of sponsorship for athletes, among them is Isabelli Nunes, junior professional surfer Twice Brazilian champion, four times Paraná state champion, and with 15 titles on her resume, 18-year-old Isabelli Nunes is a promising athlete in bodyboarding. Since she was nine years old, […]
By allowing the arrival of larger vessels, the operation will have greater availability of stopovers and space for embarkations TCP – the company that manages the Paranaguá Container Terminal – had its operational draft increased from 12.10 meters to 12.30 meters. The 20-centimeter increase is part of the terminal’s expansion plan, announced earlier this year. […]