Tecplata S.A. is strategically located in Puerto La Plata, being the first Argentine Port entering through Rio de La Plata and, at the same time, located only 50 km from Buenos Aires, the main trade center of the Argentine Republic.
The nautical access to TecPlata and Puerto La Plata has important advantages, in economic terms and in terms of navigability with respect to other Argentine ports located in Río de La Plata.
Accessible directly from the Common Waiting Area - the area where the ships wait before entering the Argentine ports of Rio de La Plata - through an easily navigable access channel with an extension of 17 km, and the same depth of the main waterway
Advantages for being the first port in Rio de La Plata:
- Savings on navigation: the distance from the Common Zone to the mooring site is reduced by at least 50km compared to the other Ports of Rio de la Plata.
- Savings on time: the waiting time in the Common Zone is significantly reduced, by avoiding the traffic of the Waterway by the ships that enter the other Ports of Rio de la Plata.
- Cost savings: entering Puerto La Plata, only the first toll of the Waterway should be paid (Section 1.1)
A basin with 500 meters in diameter and a depth of 36 feet alongside berth are other important advantages that Tecplata offers to the shipping lines.
LIGHT TRANSIT ACCESS
The light traffic in the vicinity of the Terminal has as connection road the New York Street between Alsina Street and Muro Street. In front of the main building of the Terminal is a wide beach for the parking of customers, customs agents and other foreign trade operators.
Rail access makes it possible to use this means of transport when the origin and / or destination of the loads make it the most convenient one within the transport chain. It is possible to access TecPlata from all over the country with the railway lines that use the wide gauge. They are: Ferrosur, Nuevo Central Argentino (NCA), Belgrano Cargas and Ferro Expreso Pampeano.
It is possible to access TecPlata from all over the country with the railway lines that use the wide gauge.
- New Argentine Central
- Belgrano Loads and Logistics. Former Belgrano Norte
- Belgrano Loads and Logistics. Ex Urquiza
- Ferrosur Roca
- Belgrano Loads and Logistics. Former San Martín