Ilo

General information

Name:
Ilo
Country:
Peru
UN/Locode:
PEILQ
Local time:
Vessels in Port:
0
Expected Vessels:
5
Berths:
1
Coordinates:
S 71° 21' W 017° 39'

Vessels in port

Name
Type
Arrived
Cargo Ship
14.10. 05:39
Cargo Ship
13.10. 08:58
Cargo Ship
07.10. 21:16
Cargo Ship
06.10. 02:25
Cargo Ship
29.09. 22:14
Cargo Ship
25.09. 16:19
Cargo Ship
25.09. 14:46
Cargo Ship
22.09. 04:05
Cargo Ship
17.09. 22:27
Cargo Ship
17.09. 08:54

Expected Vessels

Name
Type
Expected
Cargo Ship
19.10. 10:00

Sailed Vessels

Name
Type
Sailed
Cargo Ship
16.10. 05:32
Cargo Ship
07.10. 21:16
Cargo Ship
08.10. 19:47
Cargo Ship
07.10. 02:02
Cargo Ship
03.10. 05:32
Cargo Ship
28.09. 18:31
Cargo Ship
26.09. 20:13
Cargo Ship
23.09. 18:42
Cargo Ship
20.09. 22:27
Cargo Ship
20.09. 08:54

Latest news

Peru, Bolivia to plan construction of Ilo mega port

Tue Feb 04 10:38:13 CET 2014 arnekiel

Monday, 03 February 2014 Bolivian President Evo Morales has said he wants to meet with his Peruvian counterpart Ollanta Humala to plan the construction of a mega port on the coast of the southern Peruvian province of Ilo. The construction of this port aims at reducing time and distance in the exports to western countries, said Morales without specifying the date of the meeting. "I have asked the president of Peru to discuss a mega port project in Ilo. Just imagine, Brazil exports 500 million tons of soybeans to China, sending it around Cape Horn," he said during a press conference on Friday. The mega ports are priority among the governments of Bolivia, Peru and Brazil, in order to benefit the Latin American region. The Bolivian government is awaiting approval from the Peruvian Congress of a supplementary and additional protocol to the Ilo Convention, offering new advantages by Peru to Bolivia in a coastal strip denominated 'Boliviamar'. Source: Andina

'Boliviamar' opens up Peruvian link

Tue Oct 22 08:59:50 CEST 2013 arnekiel

In September, the Peruvian Congress' Foreign Relations Committee approved the so-called 'Boliviamar' maritime convention, which should eventually provide land-locked Bolivia with an outlet to the Pacific Ocean via the port of Ilo. Previously, Bolivia had used existing treaties with Chile to ship exports via that country's northern ports of Iquique and Arica, thanks in part to a dedicated rail link to the latter. However, neither the rail link nor the dedicated terminal Bolivia maintains at Arica are in a good state of repair and are wholly ill-equipped to handle the potential minerals bonanza to be had from mines at Potosí, which have huge reserves of tin and silver, while Bolivia also boasts the largest reserves of lithium in the world. - See more at: http://www.portstrategy.com/news101/world/americas/bolivia-and-peru#sthash.sdJFfQ9V.dpuf

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