Odfjell Terminals – Granel Química

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We operate a network of terminals for storage and handling of bulk liquids and dry cargo.
In Brazil we operate 7 terminals; 2 in São Luís (Northeast), Teresina (Northeast),
Palmas (North), Santos (Southeast), Rio Grande (South)
and Ladário (Midwest), handling over 3.8 million tons per year.

WHO WE ARE

Our company in numbers

+ 48 years

in Brazil

Bulk Liquid

storage leader

7 terminals

in Brazil

+ 280.000 m³

total capacity

COMPLIANCE

Our Code of Conduct defines the limits in which all GRANEL QUÍMICA and NORSHIP employees, contractors and suppliers must follow to comply with the laws and internal policies, inviting us to put in practice all our values and commitments in everything we do. By respecting them, we protect GRANEL QUÍMICA and NORSHIP and each one of us.

TERMINALS

SUSTAINABILITY

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVES

The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development adopted by all United Nations Member States in 2015 provides a shared blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet, now and into the future. At its heart, are the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which are an urgent call for action by all countries in a global partnership.

In Odfjell Terminals South America (OTSA), we decided to integrate internationally recognized Environmental, Social and Governmental (ESG) principles to our activities, and we chose 7 SDGs that are the most relevant to our business and through which we believe we can have the greatest positive impact.

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As part of this new commitment, we are setting new goals, defining specific KPIs to assess our performance accurately and developing policies and standards based on internationally recognized Environmental, Social and Governmental (ESG) principles to our activities. We also consolidated the initiatives carried out in each of our terminals so far in a first Sustainable Report.

SAFE OPERATION

Our sustained efforts to improve safety allowed us to internalize a solid safety culture, a way of thinking and behaving in a safe manner at all times. With the highest standards, policies and programs, we take care of our staff members, the environment and our facilities. We also try hard to spread this culture among contractors and suppliers.

Our main focus is incident prevention; however, we are prepared to respond effectively in case something does not go as planned. We develop emergency drills and exercises to train our staff in different types of scenarios along with Port Authority, firefighters, civil defense and neighbor companies.

ENVIRONMENTAL COMMITMENT

We work with environmental consciousness. We manage our operations through Quality, Environmental and Health and Safety management systems certified under international ISO.

We have developed programs to continuously optimize water, electricity and gas consumption and to minimize waste generation, segregating and recycling when possible.

SÃO LUÍS T1
PALMAS
SANTOS
RIO GRANDE

SÃO LUÍS T1
PALMAS
SANTOS
RIO GRANDE

SANTOS

SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

We are also committed with social responsibility and, therefore, we sponsor projects, such as Rede Cultural Beija-Flor, a non-profit organization that works with children and teenagers of communities in situations of social vulnerability.

http://www.redeculturalbeijaflor.org.br

NEWS

Our new terminal in Santos city is operational

On own land, our terminal for liquids is located in the Industrial District of Alemoa, on the right bank of the Port of Santos.

High technology and automation implemented, the first phase of 51.910 m³ capacity became operational in March 2020.

Additionally, we have available land that allows future expansions.

Terminal expansion in Rio Grande city (South of Brazil) concluded

In its own land of 43.000 m² and adjacent to the terminal, we built 3 additional tanks of 3.080 m³ capacity each in carbon steel. Such expansion was concluded in NOV 20 and currently the total terminal capacity is 70.385 m³, through 35 tanks.

Santos city, State of São Paulo has a new school building equipped

In partnership with Santos City Hall, Granel Química invested R$ 10 mill in the construction of a new building in the “Waldery de Almeida School”, including equipment among others, for 450 students. The new school building was inaugurated on 31 DEC 20.

CONTACT US

Roberto Maia
Commercial Manager

Phone: +55 11 3549 5800
roberto.maia@odfjellterminals.com.br

Roberto Cunha
Marketing Manager

Phone: +55 11 3549 5800
roberto.cunha@odfjellterminals.com.br

Marina Gomes
Business Development Manager

Telefone: +55 11 3549 5800
marina.gomes@odfjellterminals.com.br

Silvio Aguiar
N/NE Regional Manager

Phone: +55 98 3213 3650
silvio.aguiar@odfjellterminals.com.br

Maycon Melo
São Luís Terminals Manager

Phone: +55 98 3213 3650
maycon.melo@odfjellterminals.com.br

Leandro Medina
Teresina Terminal Manager

Phone: +55 86 3234 1621
leandro.medina@odfjellterminals.com.br

Leandro Medina
Palmas Terminal Manager

Phone: +55 98 3213 3690
leandro.medina@odfjellterminals.com.br

Antonio Boal
Santos Terminal Manager

Phone: +55 13 3226 5833
antonio.boal@odfjellterminals.com.br

Cristiano Silveira
Rio Grande Terminal Manager

Phone: +55 53 3293 3000
cristiano.silveira@odfjellterminals.com.br

Luiz Dresch
Ladário Terminal Manager

Phone: +55 67 3226 5700
luiz.dresch@odfjellterminals.com.br

LEAVE US YOUR MESSAGE

TERMINALS IN SOUTH AMERICA

70.385 m³ RIO GRANDE 8.052 m³ LADÁRIO 7.634 m³ TERESINA 49.676 m³ SÃO LUÍS T2 51.910 m³ SANTOS 17.120 m³ PALMAS 75.708 m³ SÃO LUÍS T1 16.870 m³ MEJILLONES 12.600 m³ + 21.600 m³ SAN ANTONIO 68.668 m³ CAMPANA 38.723 m³ DOCK SUD

Click on any of the countries to see more data of the Terminals.

Argentina

Campana

Ribera del Río Paraná de las Palmas
Km 93,4
Campana, Pcia de Buenos Aires

Go to Terminal Tagsa

Argentina

Dock Sud

Calle Morse s/n
1ra. Sección, Lado este, Zona Inflamables
Dock Sud, Provincia de Bs. As.

Go to Terminal Tagsa

Chile

Mejillones

Avenida Costanera Oriente 4900
Mejillones, Región de Antofagasta

Go to Terminal Terquim

Chile

San Antonio

Molo Sur s/n
Recinto Portuario - Casilla 148
San Antonio, Región de Valparaíso

Go to Terminal Terquim

Perú

Callao - DQM I

Av. Enrique Meiggs N° 240
Urb. Chacaritas
Callao, Lima

Go to Terminal Depósitos Químicos Mineros

Perú

Callao - DQM II

Calle Contralmirante I.
Mariátegui N° 465
Urb. Barrio Frigorífico
Callao, Lima

Go to Terminal Depósitos Químicos Mineros

Brasil

SÃO LUÍS T1

Go to terminal

Brasil

SÃO LUÍS T2

Go to terminal

Brasil

Teresina

Go to terminal

Brasil

Palmas

Go to terminal

Brasil

Santos

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Brasil

RIO GRANDE

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Brasil

Ladário

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