San Antonio

General information

Name:
San Antonio
Country:
Chile
UN/Locode:
CLSAI
Local time:
Moored Vessels:
8
Expected Vessels:
14
Berths:
4
Coordinates:
S 33° 35' W 071° 37'

Moored Vessels

Name
Type
Moored
Cargo Ship
24.05. 03:25
Cargo Ship
24.05. 09:17
Cargo Ship
24.05. 11:19
Cargo Ship
25.05. 09:08
Cargo Ship
25.05. 01:18
Pilot Vessel
23.05. 12:16
Tugboat
25.05. 10:55
Tugboat
25.05. 13:49
Tugboat
25.05. 13:27
Tugboat
25.05. 10:51

Expected Vessels

Name
Type
Expected
Cargo Ship
26.05. 12:00
Cargo Ship
27.05. 01:00
Cargo Ship
27.05. 22:00
Cargo Ship
28.05. 09:30
Cargo Ship
28.05. 12:00
Cargo Ship
05.06. 12:00
Cargo Ship
13.06. 10:00

Sailed Vessels

Name
Type
Sailed
Cargo Ship
25.05. 12:47
Tanker
25.05. 10:32
Cargo Ship
25.05. 09:48
Cargo Ship
24.05. 10:13
Cargo Ship
24.05. 03:59
Cargo Ship
24.05. 01:06

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APM Terminals uses drones to improve safety and efficiency

Sat Sep 01 15:29:21 UTC 2018 arnekiel

At APM Terminals’ inland services facilities in San Antonio and Santiago, Chile, safety supervisors previously monitored activities on the ground. Now the latest technology is enabling their work to be done more effectively and safely. APM Terminals is amongst the first to use drones for security and to drive operational efficiency. The drones are clearly visible in the air above the facilities, moving about their various tasks. “Our safety supervisors are the ones tasked with keeping the people and activities at our facilities safe, but by doing their jobs next to container stacks, trucks and other machinery, they were exposed to the highest risks,” said Hector Espinoza, director for Latin America at APM Terminals’ subsidiary Container Operators S.A..

San Antonio International becomes largest container terminal in Chile

Fri Jan 27 11:40:59 UTC 2017 arnekiel

San Antonio International Terminal (STI), a joint venture of Seattle-based SSA International and Chile’s SAAM, became the largest terminal in Chile passing the milestone of 1.2m teu in 2016. SSA International and SAAM also operate San Vicente International Terminal (STVI) in Southern Chile. “For the first time, we have surpassed the 1.2m teu. We are also the first terminal in Chile to achieve this goal. To be exact, we did 726,029 moves or 1,207,465 teu. In 2015, we did 704,338 moves or 1,166,896 teu and comparing both years, we grew basically 3%,” said STI general manager Jose Iribarren. “This growth is related to increase in import cargo into Chile’s Fifth Region and empties loaded to the Eighth Region and Asia,” he added. http://www.seatrade-maritime.com/news/americas/san-antonio-international-becomes-largest-container-terminal-in-chile.html

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