Paraguayan Cargo

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Paraguayan Cargo

TCP is located 700 kilometers from the main border that connects Brazil with Paraguay, through the cities of Foz do Iguaçu and Ciudad del Este, united by the Friendship Bridge opened in 1965. In addition to the great trade that the two countries practice with each other , Paraguay has TCP as an option for Paraguayan imports and exports abroad, connecting the neighboring country to international trade.

To Paraguayan customers, TCP offers agility, security and reliability. There are 25 days less transport from end to end, allowing Paraguay to market its product much more quickly and gain notoriety in the international market. Due to its strategic location, the port of Paranaguá also offers navigation stability throughout the year, resulting in greater predictability of the loading or unloading of its goods.

It is also the terminal with the largest amount of weekly direct services, connecting TCP and Paraguay with all ports in the world. In 1957, the port of Paranaguá was regulated through free warehouses for handling cargo originating from or destined for the neighboring country and physically containing the representation of the ANNP (National Navigation and Ports Agency) in Paranaguá. In addition to this achievement, the synergy between the State of Paraná and Paraguay was not limited to growth as they also share the Itaipu Hydroelectric Power Plant and the Integration Bridge is being built with a view to increasing trade between the two regions.

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