Chimbote

Chimbote (chimbō'tē) , city (1993 pop. 268,979), capital Santa prov., Ancash dept., W Peru. A seaport on the Pacific Ocean at the mouth of the Santa River, Chimbote exports fish products, rice, cotton, sugar, minerals, and machinery. It is located on the Pan-American Highway and is a...
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Chimbote

city, north-central Peru. It has a natural harbour (Chimbote Bay) on Peru`s coast, 9 mi (15 km) south of the mouth of the Santa River. Chimbote was a ...
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Chimbote

Largest fishing port in Peru, situated at the mouth of the Rio Santa, 450 km/280 mi north of Lima, in the department of Ancash; population (2005) 324,400; urban agglomeration 1,039,400. The main industries are fishmeal and steel; fish products are exported. The port was built in the natural harbour on Ferrol Bay in the 1950s, primar...
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