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Address: Av. Getulio Vargas, 556 Vitoria, ES CEP 29.020-030 Brazil

E-mail: falaporto@codesa.gov.br


Phone: 55 27 3132 7314

Fax: 55 27 3132 7313

Corporate Office: Av. Getulio Vargas, 556 Vitoria, ES CEP 29.020-030 Brazil

Annual Cargo Tonnage: 800,000 tonnes

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The Porto de Vitória is the most difficult port for ships to access in all of Brazil. The Bay of Vitória is extremely narrow, with stones and mountains that complicate the access by freighters and maritime cruisers to the docks. Ships, cars, and people all compete for space. There are restrictions on traffic, limiting the use of the port. Today the port is mostly used by cruise ships and for the repair of ships and oil platforms.

Country Requirements & Restrictions
There are no unique Country Requirements / Restrictions for this port.You can always reach out to us directly in case of any further queries.

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Country Requirements & Restrictions
The importation of the following goods into South Africa is prohibited: Narcotic and habit-forming drugs in any form Fully automatic, military and unnumbered weapons, explosives and fireworks Poison and other toxic substances Cigarettes with a mass of more than 2 kilograms per 1,000 Goods to which a trade description or trademark is applied in contravention of any Act (for example, counterfeit goods) Unlawful reproductions of any works subject to copyright Prison-made and penitentiary-made goods Other harmful substances: The South African Government controls the imports of substances such as ozone-depleting chemicals, under the Montreal Convention and chemicals used in illegal drug manufacturing, under the 1988 United Nations Convention. Goods subject to quality specifications: this restriction permits the monitoring of manufacturing specifications that enhance vehicle safety (such as in the case of tires) or protect human life. The Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (DAFF) requires and issues sanitary-phytosanitary certificates for the importation of poultry, beef, pork (including lard), hides and skins, animal hair and bristles, and honey products. Other products that require import permits include fish and fish products, residues, petroleum products, firearms and ammunition, gambling equipment, and radioactive chemical elements.

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