The concession of container terminals is always preceded by a bidding process, in accordance with Law 8.630/93 that regulates the regime of concession and permission of public services.
Wilson Sons currently has two container terminal concessions:
● Rio Grande Container Terminal (Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil)
● Salvador Container Terminal (Bahia, Brazil)
Tecon Rio Grande has a concession term until February 3, 2047, and Tecon Salvador has a concession term until March 14, 2050.
Rio Grande: located 320 km away from the city of Porto Alegre, the capital of Rio Grande do Sul state (RS), Tecon Rio Grande was the first container terminal in Brazil privatised through a public bid in 1997. Serving the main maritime lines that connect Brazil to important markets worldwide, the terminal has a total area of 735,000 square metres, 900 metres of linear quay (with three berths), 12.8 metres (42 feet) of draft, 2,352 plugs for refrigerated containers, an 18,000-square-metre warehouse, and a total handling capacity of 1.4 million TEU per annum. The equipment is state-of-the-art, including nine STS (Ship-to-Shore) quay cranes, 22 RTG (Rubber-Tyred Gantry) yard cranes, as well as the Navis N4 operating system, a global leader in terminal management.
In September 2016 the company commenced operating Contesc, the inland navigation terminal located at the Triunfo Petrochemical Complex (RS). Currently with two river barges, Contesc has four weekly calls connecting the Northern Region of the state directly to the Port of Rio Grande.
Salvador: located 50 km away from the Camaçari Petrochemical Complex, with exclusive access to BR-324, the main federal highway linking Salvador to other Brazilian states. Serving the main maritime lines that connect Brazil to important markets worldwide, the terminal has a total area of 118,000 square metres, a principal quay with 377 metres of length and 15 metres (49 feet) of draft, a secondary quay with 240 metres of length and 12 metres (39 feet) of draft, 684 plugs for refrigerated containers, an 4,000-square-metre warehouse, and a total handling capacity of 435,000 TEU per annum. The equipment is state-of-the-art, including six STS (Ship-to-Shore) quay cranes, 11 RTG (Rubber-Tyred Gantry) yard cranes, as well as the Navis N4 operating system, a global leader in terminal management.
In October 2018 Tecon Salvador commenced the expansion of its principal quay from 377 metres to 800 metres, which will allow the simultaneous berthing of two super-post-Panamax ships. In December 2018 the company signed a US$67.9 million financing agreement denominated in Brazilian Real with the Brazilian Economic and Social Development Bank (“BNDES”) for the first stage of the expansion. This investment reflects the company’s commitment to continuous improvements in productivity and operational efficiency.
- Deep-sea: transport of cargo to and from foreign ports
- Cabotage: transport of cargo taken on at one point and discharged at another point within the territory of the same country.
- Inland Navigation: transport with ships via inland water (canals, rivers etc.) between inland ports or quays and wharfs.
- Transshipment: to transfer for further transportation from one ship or conveyance to another.
- Shifting: shifting/lifting of container within terminal/depot or at vessel at shipper request due to container rework, holding/cancel shipment, change of vessel, change of destination, etc.
- Imbituba (SC): 689 km
- Navegantes / Itajaí (SC): 885 km
- Paranaguá (PR): 1,128 km
- Pecém (CE): 1,257 km
- Fortaleza (CE): 1,208 km
- Natal (RN): 1,098 km
- Suape (PE): 785 km
Prices are negotiated usually on a yearly basis and individually with each client.
Pioneers in the segment of private offshore support bases and almost 20 years of experience, we develop integrated logistics solutions to support oil exploration and production activities throughout the Brazilian coast. Widely renowned for our excellence in HSE and operational performance we have provided support base services to major local and international oil operators as well as oil service companies, with over 45 projects in eight different cities.
We own and operate two private bases strategically located within the Guanabara Bay, the main hub for logistics support to the Santos and Campos petroleum basins, being one in Niterói with 3 berths and another in Rio de Janeiro with 5 berths. We also have a storage site in Guaxindiba (Rio de Janeiro) for drilling pipes and other equipment.
- Bonded Warehouses
- Logistic Centres
It is a bonded warehouse located in the secondary zone (outside the organized port). Receives the cargo still consolidated and can nationalize them immediately or work as a bonded warehouse. Therefore, the importer’s goods are stored for as long as he wishes, under a tax suspension regime, and can be nationalized in a fractional way.
We offer integrated door-to-door solutions to support domestic and international trade, operating with general and bonded warehousing, inventory management, distribution, transportation management and solutions for the foreign trade sector.
We have a logistics centre in Santo André near Brazil’s largest metropolitan area of São Paulo offering tailor-made solutions and operational excellence.
Offshore Support Vessels are designed for support service to offshore installations (rigs or platforms) such as in the transport of materials, waste, and equipment. Examples of types of OSVs are PSVs (Platform Supply Vessels), TSs (Tug Supply Vessels), AHTSs (Anchor Handling Tug Supply Vessels), OSRVs (Oil Spill Recovery Vessels), among others.
Tugboats are vessels projected to push, pull, and tow any other type of vessel (from barges to containerships) in complex manoeuvres, such as berthing and un-berthing. Tugboats are usually small in size with powerful propulsion and exceptional manoeuverability.
Located in the Port of Santos (São Paulo), our shipyards were designed for the construction, maintenance and repair of small to medium-sized vessels mainly used for offshore and harbour support. Widely renowned for its ability to offer customised projects with on-time delivery, our 39,000-square-metre shipyard complex has a steel processing capacity of 10,000 tonnes per year.
With more than 135 vessels delivered in the last 30 years (10 buoy tenders and numerous aluminium speedboats to the Brazilian Navy), our portfolio includes tugboats, platform supply vessels (“PSVs”), oil spill response vessels (“OSRVs”), remotely operated vehicle supply vessels (“ROVSVs”), buoy vessels, patrol boats, among others.
- Salvage support
- Support to Offshore
- Ocean towage
- Support to platform and FPSO construction
- Support to LNG terminals
Created by Law 3.381/58, the purpose of the Merchant Marine Fund (FMM) is to promote the renewal, expansion, and replacement of the Brazilian merchant fleet, and to support the development of the naval industry in the country. The FMM’s resources come from fees charged in the customs clearance process, money budgeted by the General Budget of the Union, and interest, commissions, and other revenues resulting from the investment of the fund’s resources.
The Ultratug Group is a subsidiary of the Ultramar Group, based in Chile, and it is comprised of the following divisions (for more information, visit www.ultramar.cl):
- Ultratug: Offshore and Towage
- Ultragas: Navigation
- Ultramar: Shipping Agency and Port Operations
- Ultraterra: Inland logistics
The formation of the Wilson, Sons Ultratug Offshore joint venture combined the experience of Ultratug in operating OSVs (Offshore Supply Vessels) such as AHTS vessels and Wilson, Sons expertise in the Brazilian domestic industry. The joint venture will facilitate growth and scale and provides a long term capital structure with which to take advantage of the growth in this sector.
No, Wilson Sons Shipyards is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Wilson Sons.
Wilson Sons’ shares are listed on B3 S.A.’s Novo Mercado since 25 October 2021. All our shares are common shares.
Wilson Sons is listed with the ticker PORT3. To invest in Wilson Sons’ shares you need to contact a brokerage firm registered with B3 S.A. who will assist you with the necessary procedures.
The depositary financial institution of our shares is Itaú Unibanco S.A.
Phone: 0800 720 9285
Address: Praça Alfredo Egydio de Souza Aranha, 100, Torre Olavo Setubal, Parque Jabaquara – São Paulo – Brasil
Wilson Sons shares are part of the following indexes: IGC, ITAG and IGC-NM.
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Generally, shares are traded according to a standard lot, in quantities fixed by the stock exchange. In the case of Wilson Sons, the standard lot is 100 shares. There is, however, the possibility of trading fewer shares than the standard lot, in the so-called fractional market, where the code of Wilson Sons’ shares is PORT3F.