These are three short jetties which form the grain elevator loading berth, giving a berthing frontage of 90 m in length with outlying bollards for head/stern moorings. Loading from silos and cell is via 2 inclined conveyor belts to an overhead loading gallery supported on 5 concrete towers stepped onto platforms alongside the dolphins. The towers are fitted with 4 telescopic loading chutes, and one horizontal loading arm. at the northern end. Loadrate about 1000 TPH. Cargoes usually loaded are soybeans and rice. Storage capacity 32.000 ton. Grain elevators are actually operated by Louis Dreyfus; grain is loaded in barges bound for Arroyo Seco Terminal (south of Puerto Rosario area) for later export.