The Port of Rio de Janeiro (Portuguese: Porto do Rio de Janeiro) is a seaport in the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil located in a cove on the west shore of Guanabara Bay. It is the third-busiest port in Brazil, and it is managed by Companhia Docas do Rio de Janeiro.
The port has a 6.7 km long pier with 31 berths. Draft between 10 and 15 meters. 15 open patios and 18 warehouses. In 2016, it handled 6,102,907 T in cargo and 299,833 TEU in containers. The main exports were pig iron, steel products and vehicles. The main imports were: wheat, steel products and zinc concentrate