Brasil Terminal Portuário (BTP) is strategically located at the right bank of the Port of Santos and covers 490,000 m2. The terminal is currently capable of handling 1.5 million TEUs.
For more than five decades, this location was considered one of the largest environmental liabilities of the State of São Paulo. In November 2009, BTP began the environmental remediation process in the area. Work was completed in March 2012. Around R$ 2 billion has been invested in the terminal and commercial operations began in August 2013.
BTP is the newest port operator in Santos, but is already playing a strategic role in the largest port of Latin America, supporting growth and competitiveness in world markets. The company has continued the sustainable development of its business, implemented 22 environmental programs to manage and monitor physical, anthropic and biotic settings.
With more than 1,300 jobs created and thousands of indirect jobs, BTP places its employees at the core of its business strategy. This includes relevant investments in improving safety standards, developing required technical qualifications and leadership skills. Beyond its boundaries, BTP is also focused on the creation of a shared value approach with the communities. Various programs bring people together to enhance the engagement towards port development.
Brasil Terminal Portuário (BTP) is a joint-venture between the international groups Terminal Investment Limited (TIL), headquartered in Bergen op Zoom (Netherlands), and APM Terminals, based in the Hague (Netherlands) - both have vast experience in port construction, management and operations in dozens of countries and cultures around the world.