Sociedad Portuaria Regional de Cartagena (SPRC) has been ranked Best Caribbean Port on multiple occasions by the Caribbean Shipping Association due to its high levels of productivity and efficiency. It has also been rated the “most reliable port” by the same association.
Manga sea terminal has been run by SPRC since 1993, when it was awarded a 40-year concession as part of a commitment to make major investments and to execute a Master Development Plan.
Over an operating period of more than 20 years, the terminal has increased its operational productivity, expanded its storage capacity, implemented speedy processes and established a rigorous security system. This enabled it to play a central role in the 1990s during the liberalization of the Colombian economy, which made the port an essential player in boosting foreign trade.
When adding both elements- development and a strategic location- the end result offers customers an effective and safe service of excellent quality. It has thus become one of the principal connection centers worldwide for the most important international shipping lines.
It handles ships of 6,000 TEUs.
It is able to handle the biggest ships in the world.
It has the capacity to handle up to 1.5 million TEUs per year. By the end of 2017, when the current expansion program is complete, it will be able to handle up to 2 million.
It has the latest technological infrastructure and equipment for top-quality services.
- It provides 24/7 port services, 365 days per year.
Clients can carry out online transactions through SPRCOnline.
- Its documentation, invoicing and banking schedules are flexible.
The best and the most reliable
On seven occasions, SPRC has been awarded as the Best Port in the Caribbean by the CSA. Its development in recent years has been exponential.