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Hinterland as a territorial promoter of areas in transformation arising from the process of deindustrialization.

Abstract:

The research project deals with the productive restructuring in urban areas located in Brazil and Chile, evaluating urban development indicators, agents active in the territory, and the bankruptcy of areas that impacted the sectors that could have induced the expansion of the so-called Hinterland, present supporting industrial areas in their respective port sectors.
The choice is based on the importance of the industrial zones, which throughout the 20th century suffered an economic decline, causing bankruptcy in railway regions that acted as drivers of the port stock zones, in both structures, both in Hinterland and throughout their areas. Connective, aspects of degradation in the middle of the urbanized territories that surround them, causing impacts in areas with high potential for density, employability and originating low urban development indicators.
The territories evaluated due to the specific characteristics of productivity, geography and scale, which behave autonomously and independently, are the ports of Santos / Brazil and San Antônio / Chile. Santos as the 2nd largest port in Latin America due to the current scenario of the Panama Canal and San Antonio, being responsible for 30% of the production flow and with high rates of possibility of growth to become the most important of the south Pacific coast .
The research aims to apply strategies that make it possible to develop future design scenarios for the development of hinterland areas that use urban areas interconnected by the railway and that have suffered deterioration processes due to their productive bankruptcy and / or changes in their industrial production that characterized them. Territorial improvement actions are being applied to generate methodological tools supported by the restructuring and the promotion of new economic cycles for the redevelopment of these industrial sectors, which act as implementers for the possibility of generating new characteristics to the current Hinterlands, expanding production and distribution capacities resulting from of these sectors for the generation of new characteristics for Hub-Port.

Abstract:

The research project deals with the productive restructuring in urban areas located in Brazil and Chile, evaluating urban development indicators, agents active in the territory, and the bankruptcy of areas that impacted the sectors that could have induced the expansion of the so-called Hinterland, present supporting industrial areas in their respective port sectors.
The choice is based on the importance of the industrial zones, which throughout the 20th century suffered an economic decline, causing bankruptcy in railway regions that acted as drivers of the port stock zones, in both structures, both in Hinterland and throughout their areas. Connective, aspects of degradation in the middle of the urbanized territories that surround them, causing impacts in areas with high potential for density, employability and originating low urban development indicators.
The territories evaluated due to the specific characteristics of productivity, geography and scale, which behave autonomously and independently, are the ports of Santos / Brazil and San Antônio / Chile. Santos as the 2nd largest port in Latin America due to the current scenario of the Panama Canal and San Antonio, being responsible for 30% of the production flow and with high rates of possibility of growth to become the most important of the south Pacific coast .
The research aims to apply strategies that make it possible to develop future design scenarios for the development of hinterland areas that use urban areas interconnected by the railway and that have suffered deterioration processes due to their productive bankruptcy and / or changes in their industrial production that characterized them. Territorial improvement actions are being applied to generate methodological tools supported by the restructuring and the promotion of new economic cycles for the redevelopment of these industrial sectors, which act as implementers for the possibility of generating new characteristics to the current Hinterlands, expanding production and distribution capacities resulting from of these sectors for the generation of new characteristics for Hub-Port.

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PROFESSORES 

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PROFESSORES 

Carlos A. Hernández A.

FAU MACKENZIE - São Paulo

Paulo Roberto Correia

FAU MACKENZIE - São Paulo

Glaucia Garcia dos Santos

FAU USP - São Paulo

Tatiana Cortesi Tucunduva

FAU USP - São Paulo

Débora Sotto

FAU USP - São Paulo

Carlos Murdoch

UVA - Rio de Janeiro

Edson Maciel

UVA - Rio de Janeiro

Luis Rogério Pupo Gonçalves

UNISOCIESC - Santa Catarina

Claudia Lima Garcia

FAUG - Chile

Alberto Texido Zlatar

Universidad de Chile

George Beyer 

Diretor do Centro de Investigação

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Marcella Del Signore

NYIT - Nova Iorque 

Marítimo Portuário do Chile

Cinthia Ruiz López

UNAM - México

Luzorquídea Castro Sánchez

UNAM - México

COLABORADORES

Paula  Toledo

FAU USP - São Paulo

Débora Lecce Rios

FAU MACKENZIE

DISCENTES

Raquel Ferraz Zamboni

FAU MACKENZIE - São Paulo

Mariana Chaves Moura

FAU MACKENZIE - São Paulo

Giovana Gravellos Dias Starke

FAU MACKENZIE - São Paulo

Guilherme Gallo Cavenaghi

FAU MACKENZIE - São Paulo

Mariana Ragazzi Mendes

FAU MACKENZIE - São Paulo

Paola Serafim Filócomo

FAU MACKENZIE - São Paulo

Bruna Leticia de Fraga

FAU MACKENZIE - São Paulo

Isabella Basile Sposito

FAU MACKENZIE - São Paulo

Giovanna R.R. de M S. Arruda

UVA - Rio de Janeiro

Fábio Cabral dos Santos

UVA - Rio de Janeiro

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Stephanie da Silva Anjos

UVA - Rio de Janeiro

Renato Marcelino G. de Souza

UVA - Rio de Janeiro

Eduardo Alejandro Riffo Durán

FAUG - Chile

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Abstract:

The research project deals with the productive restructuring in urban areas located in Brazil and Chile, evaluating urban development indicators, agents active in the territory, and the bankruptcy of areas that impacted the sectors that could have induced the expansion of the so-called Hinterland, present supporting industrial areas in their respective port sectors.
The choice is based on the importance of the industrial zones, which throughout the 20th century suffered an economic decline, causing bankruptcy in railway regions that acted as drivers of the port stock zones, in both structures, both in Hinterland and throughout their areas. Connective, aspects of degradation in the middle of the urbanized territories that surround them, causing impacts in areas with high potential for density, employability and originating low urban development indicators.
The territories evaluated due to the specific characteristics of productivity, geography and scale, which behave autonomously and independently, are the ports of Santos / Brazil and San Antônio / Chile. Santos as the 2nd largest port in Latin America due to the current scenario of the Panama Canal and San Antonio, being responsible for 30% of the production flow and with high rates of possibility of growth to become the most important of the south Pacific coast .
The research aims to apply strategies that make it possible to develop future design scenarios for the development of hinterland areas that use urban areas interconnected by the railway and that have suffered deterioration processes due to their productive bankruptcy and / or changes in their industrial production that characterized them. Territorial improvement actions are being applied to generate methodological tools supported by the restructuring and the promotion of new economic cycles for the redevelopment of these industrial sectors, which act as implementers for the possibility of generating new characteristics to the current Hinterlands, expanding production and distribution capacities resulting from of these sectors for the generation of new characteristics for Hub-Port.