Our terminal network in South America is part of the Odfjell Group, a leading player in the global market of transporting bulk liquid chemicals and related logistical services.
The Odfjell fleet totals 90 chemical tankers carrying about 16 million tons of cargo annually.
The group owns a network of terminals spread over China, Far - East, Europe and in North and South America, with a total storage capacity of more than 5 million cubic meters.
In South America the Group owns marine terminals for liquids in Brazil, Argentina, Chile and Peru.
Together the terminal network in South America handles some 3 million tons of cargo annually.
In the operation of marine terminals, our services consist in receiving, storing and distributing bulk cargoes, originating either from exports, imports or cabotage. There is a great variety of liquid products, from organic chemicals such as alcohols, acrylates, aromatics and acids, to CPP, vegoils, luboils, and inorganic chemicals. The terminals are an integral part of the logistics of transportation, and constitute a crucial link between deep sea transportation and truck, rail, barges or pipes.