Savi’s Clipping #9

Savilog clipping is on air!

Check out last week’s main highlights:


Port of Suape stands out in ship-to-ship transfer operations

The Port of Suape, located in Pernambuco, has great importance for the northeastern region of the country, standing out in ship-to-ship transfer operations, which are cargo transfers made directly from one ship to another. This year, 308 of such operations have been registered at the Port of Suape, most of them focused on logistics involving oil and natural gas.

Glass bottles now have a zero import tax rate

In order to stimulate the alcoholic beverages market through tax cuts, the government has granted a reduction in the tax rate for imports, from 10% to 0%, applicable on glass bottles that arrive in Brazil.

The measure is already in effect and its deadline has been set for the end of June next year.

Brazil and the UK sign an agreement for import quotas

Brazil and the UK have finally concluded the negotiations about the European Union division of import tariff rate quota volumes between the bloc and the United Kingdom, which took place at the beginning of 2021.

The Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply, along with the Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Economy, participated in the negotiations, which took more than four years to be concluded. Brazilian exporters will be able to benefit from the new agreement from the second semester of 2023.