South America

Location: Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro

The third busiest port in Brazil

Area of Operations

Rio de Janeiro

Visit location

Address

Bunker One (Brazil)
Av. Ataulfo de Paiva 341, sl. 303
Leblon - Rio de Janeiro - RJ
CEP 22440-032, Brazil

Phone
+55 21 3550 1280 - Available 24/7

Contacts

Bunker One is a team of highly skilled professionals with expert local knowledge in the many areas we operate around the globe. Meet our great team who all work passionately to deliver world class service and are driven to go the extra nautical mile for you.

Flavio Ribeiro
Flavio Ribeiro
Managing Director
Filippe Fernandez
Filippe Fernandez
Marine Fuels Manager
Marcus Cabral
Marcus Cabral
Marine Lubricants Manager
Antonio Mendes
Antonio Mendes
Marine Lubricants Sen. Trader
Daniel Silva
Daniel Silva
Supply Coordinator
Marco Silva
Marco Silva
Business Development Officer
Andre Rodrigues
Andre Rodrigues
Supply Chain Analyst
Mariana Futuro
Mariana Futuro
Controller
Maria Helena Rodrigues
Maria Helena Rodrigues
Administrative Officer
Rio de Janeiro
Phone +55 21 3550 1280
Mobile
mro@bunkerone.com

Bunker One (Americas) - one of three regional offices in South America

Bunker One (Americas) has placed one of our three regional offices in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - the largest economy in Latin America.

Rio de Janeiro - the third busiest port in Brazil

Rio de Janeiro is the third busiest port in Brazil and a major cargo destination for freight from overseas. It is placed within the inlet on the western coast of the Baia de Guanabara, in the city of Rio de Janeiro. Port is maintained and operated by Companhia Docas do Rio de Janeiro (CDRJ). Exports include general cargoes (containerised) minerals, grain and oil products. Imports include breakbulk, steel products, general cargo and crude.

Products
We supply MDO anywhere in Brazil.
Bunker One Brasil is also the official distributor of Shell Marine Lubricants in Brazil

Methods of supply
Rio de Janeiro: either by truck or our barge (500 CBM capacity)
Other Brazilian ports: by truck only

Specifications
LSMDO

Port Information
Max. Size:
Breakbulk: Depth 13.5 m.
Containers: Depth 15.0 m.
Passengers: Depth 10.2 m.
Ro-Ro: Depth 13.5 m.
Bulk: Depth 13.5 m.
Tankers: Depth 13.5 m.

Fleet
We currently operate one barge with 500 CBM capacity.