Brazil's Paranagua and Antonina port authority Appa was created in 1947 by the Paraná state government. It is responsible for the security and safety of vessels and waterways at Paranaguá port. Appa today features four car yards (two public and two private yards) with a static storage capacity of 9,000 vehicles, a cold storage terminal, a container terminal, paved access roads, conveyor belts, a railway network, and a 100,000t vertical silo connected to an export corridor, among others.
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