Port infrastructure includes a four-berth dock spanning approximately 1,000 meters. It has specialized terminals for propane, coal, fuel, cruise ships, containers (APM), grains, and sugar. The Port of San Jose includes three (3) MBM fuel and molasses terminals.
Located 100 km from Guatemala City, the Port of Quetzal is the country’s main port terminal on the Pacific coast.
The SAAM Itza tugboat began operating at the Port of Quetzal in 2019. Although small in size (23m long), it has a bollard pull of +60 tons. Built by Med Marine in Eregli, Turkey, its name means “Goddess of Water” or “Sorceress of Water” in the Kaqchikel language.
- 1- Puerto San José
- 2- Puerto Quetzal