Access Channel

La Plata Port is located at the surrounding towns of Berisso and Ensenada. Sailing from the Common Zone, the Port is reached through an artificial channel of about 4 Km. long, protected on both sides by breakwaters,.

There is a turning basin of 280 Meters in diameter (30 Feet at Zero level) called "4 Bocas" (Four mouths) where vessels can turn in order to proceed towards the Grand Dock berths.

Free Trade Zone (La Plata)

Located within an area of 229 Hectares, surrounding ARS Shipyard.

Astilleros Río Santiago

Ship building - All kinds of repairs - Floating Dry Dock.

Navy Academy

Oldest building in the Cadet School "Liceo Naval Alte. William Brown.

4 Bocas

There is a turning basin of 280 Meters in diameter (28 Feet at Zero level) called "4 Bocas" (Four mouths) where vessels can turn in order to proceed towards the Grand Dock berths.

Mareas Office

F. Lavalle #14 - Ensenada

COPETRO

COPETRO (Calcined petroleum coke plant) has berths Nº 7 and 8, from where exporting of raw and calcined petcoke takes place, by means of a conveyor belt that operates at a rate of 500 Tons per hour.

Berth N° 9

Berth Nº 9: General cargo pier (270 Meters long, with an open quay of 70 Meters wide).

Pilots Wharf

General cargo

YPF / REPSOL

YPF / REPSOL (Oil company) has today 5 intakes (oil pipeline connections), located on the Berisso side, Nº 1, 2 and 3 used by CPP tankers, whereas located on the Ensenada side, Nº 6 and 7 used for discharging / loading chemical products.

SIDERAR S.A.

Port is currently inactive

TECPLATA

The project involves a total investment of approximately over 205 million dollars within two years for implementation of works. With a capacity of 500 thousand containers per year.

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Port General Description

La Plata Port is located at the surrounding towns of Berisso and Ensenada. Sailing from the Common Zone, the Port is reached through an artificial channel of about 4 Km. long, protected on both sides by breakwaters, every 290 Meters, gradually reduced to abt 200 mts where the channel cuts through Rio Santiago Island for abt 1800 mts.

There is a turning basin of 280 Meters in diameter (28 Feet at Zero level) called "4 Bocas" (Four mouths) where vessels can turn in order to proceed towards the Grand Dock berths.