Infrastructure

Infrastructure

Berth

A 180 meters long Berth, with capacity to receive Capesize vessels of up to 150,000 deadweight tons.

Navigation channel

Navigation channel with draft of -17.0 meters (55.78 feet).

Mobile cranes

High capacity Mobile cranes for loading and unloading, our cranes are capable of mobilize a large quantity of products daily.

Storage capacity

We can storage up to 6.0 million metric tons annually.

Delivery and reception

We can deliver and receive cargo by truck, up to 30,000 tons per day.

Access to the main highways of the country

We have great access to the main highways in Mexico.

Location

TPP is located in Canal Oriente s/n, Av. de los Rios, PO Box #83, within the port area. TPP was conceived as a port and industrial complex, it is currently emerging as the most important cargo port in the Mexican Pacific.

TPP is the main port of the Pacific as it has more than 2,000 hectares available for any new industrial projects. This Port can receive Cape Size vessels with more than 120 thousand tons of cargo.

It is the port with the deepest draft in the country:

  • 19 m in the access channel
  • 19 m in the commercial and arsenal channel
  • 17 m in interior channels

Access to the main highways

The Terminal is 8 km away of the local Customs. Its location allows a direct connection to the Siglo XXI highway, a road that connects to the main cities in the center of the Republic, ideal for an agile dispatch of the cargo.

DISTANCES TABLE
CITY Road Railroad
México (Pantaco)
689 Km
863 Km
Morelia
320 Km
416 Km
Cuernavaca
691 Km
N / A
Querétaro
591 Km
623 Km
Puebla
817 Km
1,028 Km
Guanajuato
568 Km
592 Km
Guadalajara
718 Km
683 Km
Monterrey
1,316 Km
1,292 Km
Altamira
1,231 Km
1,266 Km
San Luis Potosí
780 Km
792 Km
Toluca
623 Km
897 Km
Veracruz
1,122 Km
1,303 Km
Laredo
1,538 Km
1,558 Km

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