Integrated with the Central-Atlantic Railroad (FCA) including the Uberaba Integrating Terminals (one of the largest and most modern in Latin America, especially for sugar and grains) and Guará (exclusive for the transhipment of sugar) this Corridor reaches important producing regions in the country, besides being one of the main export routes for Brazil through the Santos Port and the Integrating Terminal Luiz Antonio Mesquita Port – Tiplam, which had its capacity increased six times to make the loading process quicker for customers. In addition to fertilizer handling, the new Tiplam enables handling soy and sugar and offers an innovative and competitive alternative for agribusiness products in Santos. In addition to São Paulo and parts of Minas Gerais, the Central-Southeast corridor also supplies part of Goiás
and the Federal District with services.
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