ELECTRICAL ENERGY IN PRIMARY AREA: The Port has a 13,8 KV reception substation, and an alternative station with the same capacity. Installed transformation power is 24.300 KVA and electrical energy is available in 110/220/380 Volts nets (60 cycles), through muffles boxes distributed along the mooring berths and yards. There are 1.400 sockets for refrigerated containers along Containers Terminal in Paranaguá.
INTERNAL TRANSPORT: There is a 15km railway mesh operated by Rumo Concessionaire. There is also a 20 km highway mesh with structural access and circulation ways within the Port and to private and leased terminals, on paved roads.
WATER: Potable water in all mooring berths through hydrants and, additionally, through barges.
FUEL: Sockets for fuelling ships with bunker oil in the Inflammable Wharf and through barges for berthed ships and offshore.
MORE: Customs area; Warehouses for general loose load and equipment maintenance; Monitoring of marking in the access channel through the NAVLINK electronic system.