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To provide logistics services and handling of liquid bulks with efficiency and reliability.

CBL – Brazilian Logistics Company S/A, a company dedicated to the areas of liquid bulks, has the mission of providing logistics and handling services of liquid bulks with efficiency and reliability. CBL’s goal is always to seek the best results in terms of productivity and profitability, ensuring the satisfaction of customers and employees, combined with the highest standards of safety, quality and environmental preservation.


CBL’s liquid terminal is the most automated in Brazil. The entire operation of the enterprise to receive and dispatch petroleum products, biofuels and chemical products is done by computers and equipment that allow the programming of the cargo from the origin to the destination.

CBL’s terminal was built in its own area and contributes to the generation of direct and indirect jobs in the municipality.

Generation of direct and indirect jobs for the municipality.

The terminal uses the public flammable pier of Paranaguá, in two mooring cradles, and is licensed to receive diesel oil, biodiesel, ethanol, methanol, gasoline, naphtha, among others.

The draught of the cradles allows the mooring of up to 48 thousand cubic meters ships, with 210 meters long in the outer cradle and 190 meters long in the inner cradle.


Paranaguá has become an increasingly frequent destination for the entry of derivatives liquid into Brazil. Between 2011 and 2017, the movement of liquids through the Port of Paraná grew 81%, jumping from 4.2 million tons in 2011 to 7.7 million tons in 2017.

From January to April 2017, for example, the movement of liquid bulk had a strong increase of 15% in 2.6 million tons.


The terminal has two stainless steel lines interconnected to the public liquid pier of the Paranaguá Port for receiving and shipping products from tankers. These lines are coupled to three pumps with a nominal capacity of 600 cubic meters per hour (m³/h) each. Thus, it is possible to load ships with 1,200 m³/h.

CBL new terminal has eight highway platforms and four railroads, with capacity to receive up to 12 trucks simultaneously of all sizes.

For the railroad modal, CBL’s system makes it possible to operate 32 wagons simultaneously, making the terminal  the greatest in capacity for railroad movement at the Paranaguá Port. The railway branch has 16 points of operation, which together offer a receiving and shipping capacity of 960 cubic meters per hour.

All tanks for receiving and shipping liquids are cylindrical and vertical shaped, with flat bottom, built with ASTM A-36 structural steel plate, according to Brazilian standards for the sector. The tanks are equipped with a fire fighting system through foam chambers and rings with sprinklers for automatic cooling of the sides. The terminal also has a water tank for fire fighting with a capacity of 4,410.00 m³.


CBL – Brazilian Logistic Company S/A has several actions in the environmental area. The entire terminal complies with the requirements and determinations aimed at sustainable development, such as, for example, solid and liquid waste management programs. The tanks are equipped to prevent the emission of odors and others. 

In addition, CBL contributes to local development, with revitalization and public squares, execution of sidewalks, execution of road signs, among other actions.

ANP Decree No. 251/2000

CBL-  Logistic Brazilian Company S/A, in compliance with the provisions of article 5, item II, sub-paragraphs a, b, c and d of ANP Decree No. 251, of November 7, 2000, presents below the information that will guide its relationship with customers and other interested parties in the handling of products in relation to the liquid marine terminal installed at the Port of Paranaguá/PR.


Authorized Static capacity for derivatives, biofuels and other products – 93,715 m³

Availability is subject to confirmation by the Commercial Management on +55 41 3423-4915

Service Reference Rates

General Terminal Service Conditions

History of Monthly Moved Volumes

Update date: 01.09.2019

Procedures for requesting receiving and shipping space:

Requests for space for reception and expedition shall be forwarded to the Management and/or Board of Directors of the terminal and shall indicate the following information: products to be moved; type of operation (import or export); quantity of products to be moved; expected date of beginning and end of the operation.

Upon possession of this information, the terminal will respond to the request within 5 business days.

Limits of marine operation, berthing and berth information:

The operations are carried out through the public flammable pier of the Port of Paranaguá, with two (2) cradles, internal and external.

Characteristics of Terminal Installations and Product Loading and Unloading Systems

The terminal operates from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. in road-rail modes and 24 hours in marine mode.

The storage capacity of the terminal is 93,715m³, divided into 18 (eighteen) tanks with different capacities.

The maximum draught of cruet channel is 12.6m. The draught in the outer cradle is 11.6 m, and the draught in the inner cradle is 10.1, the draught in the outer cradle allows operating ships of up to 50,000 m³.

Road: The road receiving/dispatching system is equipped with 12″ diameter lines.

Trucks that are not in compliance with documentation, safety or that are in any way outside the established legal rules and regulations will not be seen. Customers take responsibility for ensuring the compliance of carriers.

Rail: The railroad receiving/dispatching system allows operating 32 wagons simultaneously.


Marine : The terminal has two lines of 12″ diameter in stainless steel interconnected to the public pier of liquids of the Port of Paranaguá to receive/dispatch products to tankers.

Reference fees for standardized services

(The prices below must be increased by taxes)

Storage: R$ 90,00/m³ per period of 1 month.

Handling service and port operation: R$ 10.00/m³ handled.

Complementary services

The terminal has a nitrogen tank, which, depending on the characteristics of the products handled, may be used as specified in the contract.

Specifications and quality requirements for product acceptance

All movements involving operations with ships, trucks and wagons have the support of certifying companies and independent inspectors.

Responsibility and procedures relating to contamination

The terminal has procedures for cleaning tanks and lines, to prevent possible contamination problems.

Conditions for protests (complaints), agreements and response times

The client must notify CBL in writing. Any complaint regarding the product while it is still located on the terminal premises or after it has been removed, as soon as the client becomes aware of the problem, in any case within 30 days from the withdrawal of the product.


CBL, through its Board of Directors, assumed the following commitments as a Management System Policy:

  • To provide a safe and adequate environment for the integrity of those involved in the operation through the elimination of hazards and risks;
  • To meet the legislation and the requirements of the interested parties, continuously improving the management system;
  • To protect the environment, preventing pollution by eliminating and reducing environmental impacts;
  • Maintain effective communication at all levels;
  • Prevent the use of alcohol, drugs and unsafe practices.


To provide logistics services and handling of liquid bulks with efficiency and reliability.


To be recognized for efficiency, reliability and safety in operations.


  • Safety first;
  • Ethical conduct;
  • Quality in operations;
  • Preservation of the environment.

Contact CBL

Estrada Velha do Rocio, 394 – Vila Alboit – Paranaguá – PR – ZIPCODE:83221-570

Phone: (41) 3423-4915