Port of San Antonio (port code: CLSAI) Chilean port. The time zone adopts West 4.5 district time. The maximum draft is 9.75 meters. The tide range is 1.22 meters. Southwest wind prevails. Ships can only enter the port during the day and leave the port without restrictions. In severe weather or strong winds, the navigator cannot reach the port. Ships over 100 meters in length can take the inner channel to take the pilot. Larger ships should leave the port until the weather returns to normal. The harbor basin is relatively small, and when the length of the ship exceeds 130 meters, there is no room for turning. The outer channel is very deep and it is not suitable for anchoring. Therefore, it is necessary to enter the port during the day and leave at night. The best time to enter the port is before the strong southerly wind in the morning. The flow velocity along the northeast coast is 1.0-1.5 meters per second. The port area includes ship repairs, fuel supply, motorboats, tugboats, medical and repatriation services, and food supplies. Italy, Spain, and consulates in Hong Kong. The port area is composed of the south guide dike (the length of the dike is 200 meters, turning 293 degrees. The transfer is 800 meters, the direction is 343 degrees) and the north guide dike (the length of the dike is 100 meters, the turning is 200 degrees), and the entrance is 400 meters wide. Bulk cargo berth: Berth A (No. 1) is equipped with a coal grab, which is mainly used for the lifting of cereals, with a daily efficiency of 5,000 tons. Berth A/B (No. 2): Allow 180 meters in length, 8.53 meters in draft, and 9.75 meters after dredging. There are two-track carts and 7 cranes, 4 of which are 7.5 tons each and 3 are 4.5 tons each. Berth B/C mainly ships and exports copper ingots. Efficacy: 70 tons of ingots per hour; 1.15 million bags of packaged copper per hour. Behind berth C (No. 3) is a chemical or vegetable oil storage tank with a volume of 6,600 cubic meters and two conveying pipelines, each with an efficiency of 100 tons per hour. There is a 250-ton liquid tank between the fishing dike and the cold storage. There are two fishing embankments and a frozen fish storage at the southern end of the harbor basin, with a volume of 900 cubic meters. 300 meters from the east of Berth No. 1 and No. 2 is the sub-dike. It is 375 meters long to the southwest and west, with a water depth of 9.76 meters, which can berth two 180-meter long fishing boats. (Borches 4 and 5) There are 3 small chemical storage tanks at the top of the dike, with capacities of 220, 220 and 360 tons respectively. There are two reliable ships at the east berth. Among them, berth 6 allows a length of 175 meters and a draft of 9.15 meters, and the length of berth 7 is 95 meters and a draft of 5.49 meters. Equipped with 6 5-ton electric cranes and an ordinary warehouse with a storage capacity of 12,600 cubic meters. There are two pipes at berth 6 with diameters of 12 inches and 4 inches. There is a row of storage tanks on the north bank of the port area. Among them are two liquid storage tanks, each with a volume of 9000 cubic meters; two chemical tanks with a volume of 500 cubic meters each; and a styrene tank with a volume of 1200 cubic meters.
Chile's largest port-San Antonio Port: Chile's San Antonio Port is located about 108 kilometers west of the Chilean capital of Santiago.
San Antonio, the port city of Chile
About 120km from the capital Santiago
About 1650km from the northern port city of Alika
Same name as the common Texas city of San Antonio
The port operator is San Antonio Port Company (E PSA ), a Chilean state-owned company. It is currently the largest port in Chile. In 2002, the port's cargo throughput was 9,274,509 tons, which accounted for 32% of Chile's national port business volume and 57% of the port business volume of the fifth largest district where San Antonio is located.In 2002, the company paid 21.874 billion pesos (approximately US$30.38 million) in taxes to the government treasury, which was an increase of 15% from the 19,031 billion pesos (approximately US$26.43 million) in 2001, becoming the next to the Chilean National Copper Corporation (CODELCO) , The third largest taxpayer after the National Petroleum Corporation (ENAP).
In the same year, the company's profit reached 5.212 billion pesos (about 7.24 million US dollars). This year, the company will invest 1.4 billion pesos (approximately US$1.94 million) and plans to double the length of its port railway within 20 years.