The port of Houston is the busiest port in the United States in terms of foreign tonnage and the second busiest in terms of overall tonnage. The petrochemical complex is one of the largest in the world.
Stamford is a big financial district and home to one of the largest concentrations of corporations in the US. Stamford's cluster of corporate headquarters includes amongst others a number of Fortune 500 companies. The city's commercial harbor is the fourth biggest in Connecticut.
More than 1,200 vessels call the Port of Buenaventura each year - exporting coffee, sugar, wood, gold, and platinum. Buenaventura receives oil by pipeline from Puerto Berrio, and it is served by the Puerto Berrio-Popayan railroad. Further north, the Port of Cartagena is home to sugar and tobacco processors and to manufacturers of cosmetics, fertilizer, textiles, and leather goods. Each year the port hosts almost 1600 vessels exporting petroleum, manufactured goods, coffee, and coal.
The port of Valparaíso is one of the South Pacific's most important seaports and the main container and passenger port in Chile, South America. The port transfers 10 million tons of cargo annually and serves about 50 cruise ships and 150,000 passengers.
The Port of Montevideo on the River Plate is a major South American port and plays an important role in the Uruguayan economy. It is positioned at one end of the highway connecting Uruguay and Brazil, the main cargo transport route known as “the Route of Mercosur”, and it has become an axis of integration for the entire region.
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