The Port of Manzanillo (Port Code:MXZLO) is a seaport located in Manzanillo, Colima, Mexico. This port is one of the busiest ports in Mexico, responsible for handling Pacific Ocean cargo for the Mexico City area. The port of Manzanillo is located in the state of Colima on the west coast of Mexico. Nowadays, the port is one of the most secure in Mexico.The port of Manzanillo is the principal entrance for the handling of imports destined for of the center of the country. On the west coast, this port is considered as the main entrance of container shipping.
The main imports handled by the port include general consumer goods such as wax, steel products and spare parts. Agricultural products include wheat, sorghum, oat and fertilizer; the minerals include sulfur, zinc concentrate, cast and potassium nitrate. Most exports from this port go to countries such as United States, Canada, Guatemala, Colombia, Chile, Japan, China, India, Malaysia, and Singapore. Other important countries include Spain, Russia, and Germany.
As it is located in the pacific coast, the port of Manzanillo has very important Asians exporters and importers. The principal exports are beer, cars, cement, sugar, copper, steel tubes, carbon, glucose and resin. In addition, the port provides repackaging service for products such as clothes, shoes, tequila, chemical products and milk powder.