The Port of Santos (Port Code: BRSSZ) is a port located in the city of Santos, state of São Paulo, Brazil. As of 2006, it is the busiest container port in Latin America. It possesses a wide variety of cargo handling terminals—solid and liquid bulk, containers, and general loads. It is Brazil's leading port in container traffic. The terrestrial access system to the port is made up by the Anchieta and Imigrantes highways and by the railroads operated by Ferroban and MRS. At present, it has the most modern structure in the country and remains to be the largest port in Latin America. Spread in an area of 770 hectares, Santos Port is the gateway to most of the goods that circulate around the country, accounting for Brazil’ 28% of foreign trade.