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H Yrigoyen y Costas del Parana
2202 Puerto General
San Martin
Santa Fe

Contact: P Ferres

Ph: +54 3476 43 800

Fax: +54 3476 42 902

Our company was founded in 1985. T6 is the biggest soya meal exporting terminal of Argentina. We also ship grains (Maize, wheat, sorghum), and vegetable oils. We operate "Puerto Alumbrera" the only copper concentrate terminal of the country.

  • The company is owned by "AGD" (Aceitera Gral. Deheza),and "Bunge-Ceval". During 1999 we will ship 5,5mio. MT dry agribulk, and .35mio MT veg.oils. Plus .72mio MT copper concentrate.
  • Storage capacity for dry agribulk is 520,000MT, and 40,000MT for vegoils. For copper concentrates it is 50,000MT. For dry agribulk, T6 operates 2 berths, one for vegetable oil, and one for copper.
  • We receive cargoes thru rail, trucks and barges. Barges bring cargoes from the north of Argentina, Bolivia, Brasil and Paraguay. Next to the terminal, the same group owns and operates an oilmill.

Terminal T6 soya meal soya oil Upriver ports

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