Many of you may think of a dry port wine with this combination of words, but in fact there is a new concept being used here.
A dry port is also an inland port or transport terminal where cargo is handled and import/export and customs procedures are performed before the cargo actually goes to the sea port. In some cases, it is more convenient to do this in a dry port as it is nearer to a big commercial city or there is more space to store containers, etc than in the sea port zone.
Our city also has a dry port with direct connections to two maritime ports and three railway corridors so it is an excellent place to start your new export business.
Safer too! As we say in English – Any port in a storm!