The Port of Guaymas is the multipurpose option that links the maritime trade of northwestern Mexico and the southwestern United States, with the ports of the Asian continent.
It has infrastructure to handle large volumes of cargo. Its main line of business is mineral bulk, with an annual movement of four million tons and an expansion project to have an additional capacity of two million tons.
It maintains high productivity in port movement of agricultural bulk, thanks to its infrastructure and its specialized port equipment.
In its containerized cargo line of business, it maintains sustained growth.