TERMINAL ZÁRATE was the first private port created under the port law Nº 24.093 in Argentina.
Murchison y Cotia Trading are partners in this port complex, companies of long and well known history in port and logistics operations. 119 years of experience, tradition and commitment at service of every client in the port business.
It is our mission to be recognized as a multimodal and logistics center at the service of foreign trade. Its geographic location at the heart of the Argentinean industrial belt is a strategic advantage for the terminal. Additionally, the access free of traffic congestion and the railroad connection means lower costs and more security in transportation of cargo.
The complex has two specialized terminals:
The Vehicle Terminal which operates since June 1996, it is the first terminal in Latin America designed and dedicated to the vehicle business.
The Containers and Break Bulk Terminal which operates since November 2001, thought and built to provide an agile and efficient service in handling of containers and logistic services considering our clients’ needs.
Our staff is the essence in the activity TERMINAL ZÁRATE develops and is fundamental to everything we do.
The company evolves with our people and in many ways we think of TERMINAL ZÁRATE as a community. Ethical principles such as responsibility and respect for others held by this community help us to have the tools to drive the company to success and help our staff achieve full personal development.
|Total Area Port Complex||2.180.000 m2|
|Port Area||1.450.000 m2|
|Vehicle distribution center||400.000 m2|
|Logistic and Intermodal Terminal||330.000 m2|
|Pier and waterfront|
|Positions for PCC/PCTC vessells||2|
|Natural draft at berth||35 feet (10,67 mts.)|
|Access and Security|
|Trucks waiting area||40.000 sqm|
|Railroad connection - trail 1,67 mts||4.000 mts of railroad
2.000 mts. Railroad for operations
2.000 mts. Railroad for maneuvers
|CCTV to control operations and warehouses||150 cameras|
Commitment to Quality and Continuous Improvement
Terminal Zárate Quality Management System has been certified according to the IRAM-ISO 9001:2015 standard.
In 2016 the company integrated the Quality Management Systems that until today were certified (Vehicles, Containers and General Cargo and Administration), under a single certificate and comprehensive scope for the whole company, under the new requirements of the 2015 version of the ISO 9001 standard.
The management of the company commits to:
A commitment to the environment
Terminal Zárate has reached the Certification of the ISO 14000:2004 regarding the Environmental Management Systems. This is a special subject for ports and the Directors Board takes great responsibility in the care of the environment.
The terminal has developed a management system where environmental impact is being measured and improved and has decided to apply it to every operation from handling of cargo to any other support activities held within the company. In this way, not only we act according to the law but we can identify and control the environmental impact of the port activity by establishing objectives, goals and programmes based on the philosophy of continuous improvement.
The Board of Directors compromises to:
International Ship and Port facility Security Code. The ISPS code is an international code to protect ships and port facilities promoted by the IMO (International Maritime Organization, a specialized agency of the United Nations). Since July 1st, 2004 the application is mandatory around the world.
After the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 against the USA the IMO dictated the ISPS Code as a comprehensive set of measures to enhance the security of ships and port facilities and prevent terrorist actions, other illicits and threats.
You can check other countries, authorities and port facilities that are under the ISPS Code on the IMO website.