Friday, November 15, 2019
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Productive features


In this context of infrastructure development, the Province of Misiones is characterized by its own export profile very different from other provinces, because although its production is based on the work of many farmers, only snuff and citrus fruits are exported as raw materials.

The main category of export sales is concentrated in the manufacturing of agricultural origin - MOA, such as black tea, yerba canchada and ground, and woodwork. The other major category is exports of industrial origin - MOI, concentrated in shipments of cellulose pulp and paper.

We can see from the chart below the composition of Misiones exports of 2010:


The Misiones exports destination were more than 80 countries, of which highlight the MERCOSUR, Europe and the U.S.A



This foreign exchange earnings generated of around U$S 450 million, Is estimated that the final result for the year 2010 will be U$S  540 million, that  is an  expected annual growth of 20%.


Regional Integration


To continue on this way we must consolidate our physical union with neighboring states, for which we are working:

* Brazil:

  • Alba Posse Bridge - Puerto Mauá
  • San Javier Bridge - Puerto Xavier
  • Pje. Rosales New Bridge - Paradise (Joint Statement of Presidents 31/01/2011 - location Definition)


* Paraguay

  • Eldorado Bridge - Mayor Otaño (Paraguay Acceptance)

The physical connections must be supplemented with intermodal platforms that facilitate the integration of products, geographical integration and the development of scale economies, thus obtaining synergies in the supply chain.

We can define logistics platforms as an area where converge all activities related to transportation, logistics and distribution of goods for both domestic and international traffic and may involve several transport companies.

With the construction of loads ports for public use of Posadas and Santa Ana, Misiones province will incorporate a fluvial transport mode that will be complemented by land transport, becoming a multimodal transport system, where each mode will act in the sections where it is more competitive and efficient. The beneficiaries in this process will undoubtedly be the producers, traders and industrialists, provincial development engines.