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The Port of Lisbon is the partner of a long list of shippers, many of them leading their sectors of activity, who are among Portugal’s largest importers and exporters, such as those located in the Port, such as Iberol, Sovena, Bunge, Cimpor, Siderurgia Nacional, Cerealis, Fisipe and Unilever Fima.
In its area of direct influence, and throughout the polarisation region of Lisbon, there are several national companies that use the port, such as Sidul Açucares, ADP Fertilizantes, Riberalves, Coca-cola, Sugal, among others, whose port interaction is intended to be dynamically disseminated through this channel.
In The port of Lisbon
With a processing unit and a port terminal in Alhandra, Iberol is one of the largest processors of agricultural products (oilseeds: soya bean and rapeseed) and one of the only three biofuel production units in Portugal.
This plant produces mainly ingredients for animal and human food, renewable liquid fuels and chemicals for industrial use.
Iberol is one of the boosting agents of alternative transport to road traffic, by using the river Tagus as an inland waterway to receive raw materials by barge, as well as sending biofuel by rail to the port of Sines.
Nutrinveste is one of the world's leading groups in segments of olive oil and edible oils and produces major brands such as Fula oil and Oliveira da Serra olive oils through Sovena, installed in the Port of Lisbon.
Sovena has extraction plants and a port terminal in Palença, Almada, and a refining, packaging and logistics unit in Barreiro, through which becomes the world's largest supplier of own brands of olive oil and the largest packer on the Iberian Peninsula of own brands of vegetable oils.
A global operator of Dutch origin, leader in the agri-food market and present on 5 continents and in more than 40 countries, this company is installed in the port of Lisbon, at the Palença terminal.
It is mainly dedicated to the purchase and extraction of oil and oilseed flours used to produce edible oils, feedstuffs, margarine and biodiesel. Nationwide it focuses on processing soya beans and organic rapeseed and importing maize and wheat for feed and poultry production.
Cimpor's oldest industrial unit with the largest installed cement production capacity in Portugal, with 3.85 million tons / year, is located in the Port of Lisbon, in Alhandra. This industrial unit is equipped with a port terminal, through which 100% of Cimpor's clinker is exported by river traffic to anchored ships. Cimpor is currently the main user of the waterway in the Port of Lisbon.
Grupo SGL (SGL Group), Europe’s largest producer of carbon fibers, is based in Portugal, in the Port of Lisbon. Fisipe, in Barreiro, is a unique industry in the country in the production of textile and technical fibers, integrates the ten largest national companies in the chemical sector and, today, is the main client of the Barreiro liquid terminal.
Export oriented, Fisipe places 99% of its production abroad, where it has about 290 clients in more than 40 countries.
Set in the field of products derived from grain processing, Cerealis is the leader in pasta and industrial flours, complementing its range with culinary flours, biscuits / cookies, breakfast cereals and cereal bars.
In Beato, with direct connection to Silopor terminal, Cerealis holds the most modern grain milling and processing unit in Europe. The Port of Lisbon is its main gate of entry for raw materials at a national level, in more than 50% of the grain, and this facility is the main client of Beato bulk foodstuff terminal.
Siderurgia Nacional (National Steelmaking Industry)
One of the oldest national industries, and historically located in the Port of Lisbon, Siderurgia is now part of the Megasa Group, whose Seixal production unit includes the following companies SN Seixal -Siderurgia Nacional, SN Transformados and Ecometais.
Megasa, the leader of its sector in Portugal, is among the ten largest exporters in the country and is the main importer of scrap metalfrom the Port of Lisbon through the Barreiro solid bulk terminal.