The Customs of the Port of Santos supervises all products that enters and leaves, about 30% of Brazil's trade balance, more than a quarter of Brazil's economy passes through the Port of Santos.
 
The building was built in 1934 in art deco style, characterized by straight lines and geometric shapes. There are 66 windows with iron bars that mimic leaves and coffee beans in honor of the 'green gold of Brazil', which significantly contributed to the development of the city and the country.