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2017

Costa Rica

Acquisition of 51% of Puerto Caldera

And start of Hamburg project in Ecuador, Acquisition of ITI in Chile and first bond issuance in local market.
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2016

CHILE

SVTI and STI infrastructure extensions

And the 2013-2017 fleet renovation plan completed and the incorporation to Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI)
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2015

USA

Contract renewal of FIT concession

And the renewal of tugboats concession in Mexico.
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2014

Joint Venture with Boskalis

Joint operations

Joint operations started by means of a joint venture with Boskalis. The joint venture covers Brazil, Mexico, Panama and Canada.
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2013

SAAM reorganization

Three business divisions

SAAM was reorganized into three business divisions: Port Terminals, Towage and Logistics.
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2012

SMSAAM was founded

SMSAAM came about after dividing Sud Americana de Vapores S.A. (CSAV).
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2011

Anniversary

50 years

SAAM celebrated its 50-year anniversary.
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2006

TPG

Terminal Portuario Guayaquil

Terminal Portuario Guayaquil (TPG) started operations.
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2005

FIT

Florida International Terminal

Operations started at the Everglades Port by means of the Florida International Terminal (FIT) subsidiary.
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2004

TPA

Terminal Puerto Arica

SAAM was awarded the Terminal Puerto Arica (TPA) contract.
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2003

ATI

Antofagasta International Terminal

SAAM was awarded a contract for managing loading dock Nº2 at the Antofagasta International Terminal (ATI).
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2002

Corral

Incorporation

Portuaria Corral was incorporated into SAAM.
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2000

ITI

Iquique Terminal Internacional

SAAM was awarded the Iquique Terminal Internacional (ITI) contract.
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1999

STI and SVTI

San Antonio Terminal Internacional and San Vicente Terminal Internacional.

A concession was awarded and the company started operations at the San Antonio Terminal Internacional (STI) and at the San Vicente Terminal Internacional (SVTI).
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1996

SAAM Towage

Mexico

The company entered Mexico with SAAM Remolques S.A.
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1995

Ecuaestibas

Ecuador

The company entered Ecuador by means of Ecuaestibas.
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1994

Kios

Uruguay

SAAM entered Uruguay by means of the towage services company Kios.
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1993

Reloncaví

Wood Chips Shipping and Receiving.

The company started native wood chips shipping and receiving operations with headquarters in Puerto Montt.
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1992

Elequip and Equimac - Tramarsa

Colombia - Peru

SAAM started operations in Colombia by means of Elequip and Equimac, and in Peru by means of Trabajos Marítimos S.A. – Tramarsa.
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1989

Intermodal Terminal

Customs Extension

The Intermodal Terminal was created as a primary customs extension zone.
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1980

Aerosan

Cargo Aircraft Services

SAAM started to provide cargo aircraft services by means of the company Aerosan.
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1976

Bulk Imports

SAAM

SAAM became the first company to provide integral bulk import services.
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1962

Mataquito

Towage

Construction of the first towage known as Mataquito.
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1961

SAAM

Incorporation

Sud Americana Agencias Aéreas y Marítimas S.A: – SAAM was founded at the Valparaíso port.