Punta Pereira


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General description
Terminal Portuaria Punta Pereira (TPPP), is a port terminal under the jurisdition of
Puerto de Conchillas.
TPPP is located insde a Free Trade Zone called Zona Franca Punta Pereira (ZFPP). TPPP is to be used exclusively for ZFPP users.
TPPP is connected to the Martin Garcia channel tru a canal of approximately 600 m
length and 100 m width. Access to the canal is located between kilometer 94 and 95 of
Martin Garcia channel (km 94.8).

Maritime Authority: Prefectura de Colonia

TPPP Port Authority:

a. Ricardo Brunner, General Manager
b. Nicolas Cerviño, Operations Manager
c. Telémaco Carlos Braida, Port Captain and Loading Master

TPPP is located within following Coordinates:

• Lat: 34° 13’ 093” S Long: 58° 04’ 28.9” W
• Lat: 34° 13’ 10.7” S Long: 58° 04’ 18.82” W
• Lat: 34° 13’ 14.6” S Long: 58° 03’ 40.62” W
• Lat: 34° 13’ 46.03” S Long: 58° 03’ 53.05” W
• Lat: 34° 13’ 44.03” S Long: 58° 04’ 14.87” W
• Lat: 34° 13’ 11.95” S Long: 58° 04’ 45.07” W

Port Facilites:

TPPP has a finger pier configuration with 2 (two) causeways with a total length of
approximately 1250 m connecting to land. Both causeways are protected by a
breakwater to ensure safe operational conditions inside the basin. Port facilities consist on two independent whafs:
a. Ocean Wharf (Muelle Ultramar):
This is a multipurpose wharf that can attend General Cargo/Bulk/Container
vessels, as well as chemical vessels
i. Berth length 225 m
ii. Fenders every 18.24 m
iii. South section of berth allows smaller vessels (10.000 dwt) with fenders every 9.12 m properly marked with yellow painting on the edge.
iv. Vessels up to 80.000 DWT allowed
v. Maximum LOA Allowed 240 m
vi. Maximum Beam Allowed 32,30 m
vii. No mobile/Gantry crane available
viii. See dredging mesures below (DRAFT)
b. Cabotage Wharf (Muelle Cabotaje):
Consisits of 1 (one) unloading berth of 150 m length for river barges/coasters up
to 6.000 DWT, and 1 (one) waiting berth for barges/Coaster in Ballast condition.
See dredging measures below (DRAFT)

Chemical Terminal:

The Ocean Wharf has a manifold locathed at the center of the Ocean Wharf. Three
products can be discharged:

a. Heavy Fuel Oil:
i. The flange for connecting the vessel is 8´.
ii. Distance from the manifold to the fuel tank on land approx 1630 m.
iii. The tank is connected to the manifold thru a 16´piping line equipped with
heat tracing.
iv. Tank bottom level at +6.8 m (zero official)
v. Tank height is 21 m
vi. Max 7 bar allowed

b. Caustic Soda:
i. The flange for connecting the vessel is 8´.
ii. Distance from the manifold to the fuel tank on land approx 1690 m.
iii. The tank is connected to the manifold thru a 8´piping line equipped with
heat tracing.
iv. Tank bottom level at +6.8 m (zero official)
v. Tank height is 19 m
vi. Max 7 bar allowed

c. Diesel Oil
i. Flange connecting 8´
ii. Distance Manifold to tank 1800 m
iii. Piping of 8´from manifold to tank
iv. Tank bottom level at +6.8 m (zero official)
v. Tank height is 10 m
vi. Max 7 bar allowed

Navigation access to TPPP:

For a detailed information about navigation condition to access Punta Pereira port,
please refer to REMAGA document (Reglamento de Uso y Navegación del Canal Martin
Garcia) and Disposicion Maritima 145 (Prefectura Nacional Naval). Shipping companies
should also contact their local agents for more information about local conditions.

Mooring/unmooring services available upon arrival/Departure.

Tug Boat service and Service Boat:

Three Tug boats are needed for vessel with LOA 150 meters or longer. TPPP has an
exclusive contract with URUTUG REMOLCADORES S.A. for the first two tug boats (60 ton bollard pull azimuthal). The third tug boat is provided by Kios S.A.

Shipping companies should check with their local agency for Pilotage Authority
regulations.

Tugboats shall be requested by the shipping company or its agents at least 12 hours
(SHINC) before vessel arrival or departure TPPP. Normal time for maneuver are up to
two (2) hours for berthing and up to two (2) hours for un-berthing. Time to count as
from Tugs present themselves for the service as requested by Shipping
Company/Agency until time of dispatch by the pilot or vessel master upon completion of the maneuver.

Stand by Tug Boat available 7 days a week, 24 hours a day when vessel along side.

URUTUG REMOLCADORES S.A. also provides a Boat service for assistance of
mooring/unmooring; receiving and carrying lines to/from wharf; pilots’ assistance;
personnel boarding from water; and other services requested by Shipping Company.

Port Operation:

TPPP will operate SHINC, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, with the exception of:
a. from 13:00 hours on December 24th to 12:59 hours December 25th
b. from 13:00 hours on December 31st to 12:59 hours January 1st
c. from 00:00 hours to 23:59 hours on May 1st

Potable water available for vessels in both Ocean wharf and Cabotage wharf

There is no anchorage or waiting zone TPPP. In case berth is occupied, the following vessel has to proceed to an authorized waiting zone at Rio de la Plata or other waiting zone approved by maritime authorities.

Solid Garbage disposal can be arranged with Shiping Agency.
Provision for the vessels can be arranged with the Agency. Since the port is inside a FTZ, this issue has to be considered.

TPPP has an exclusive contract with a stevedoring and cargo handling company, Luckymont S.A. This company is not allowed to perfrom services on board the vessel while working for Montes del Plata.

For Pulp vessles, Luckymont will operate with ship´s cranes and with ships
frames/equipment.

TPPP DRAFT (see below temporary restriction):

All measured in meters “as MINUS X m” with references made to 4 different datas
Access Canal:
-10,90 (to Cero Oficial)
-10,59 (to LIMB Conchillas, reference for Martin Garcia)
– 9,99 (to PRH, Ex Wharton)
– 9,73 (to Cero Conchillas)

Cabotage Wharf:
-6,90 (to Cero Oficial)
-6,59 (to LIMB Conchillas, reference for Martin Garcia)
-5,99 (to PRH, Ex Wharton)
-5,73 (to Cero Conchillas)

Ocean Wharf:
-12,25 (to Cero Oficial)
-11,94 (to LIMB Conchillas, reference for Martin Garcia)
-11,34 (to al PRH, Ex Wharton)
-11,08 (to Cero Conchillas, reference for Martin Garcia)

Temporary Restriction:

a) All previous information is given as a reference only.
b) Official data must be taken from official Navigation Chart of Servicio de Oceanografía, Hidrografía y Meteorología de la Armada (SOHMA) and from Reglamento Maritimo de la Terminal Portuaria Punta Pereira (Prefectura Nacional Naval)
c) Due to a temporary limitation, TPPP will restrict the draft of the vessels arriving and departuring the terminal at a máximum of 7.60 meter. All vessels operating at TPPP will have to consider this limitation until further notice from TPPP.