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The project of the New Port Terminal of San Juan de Marcona in Peru is declared of interest

It will be a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) modality and will have a period of 90 days for interested bidders.

The Private Investment Promotion Agency (PROINVERSIÓN) and the Ministry of Transport and Communications of Peru (MTC) made official the declaration of interest in the project called “New Port Terminal of San Juan de Marcona”, located in the district of Marcona, province of Nazca, department of Ica.

The main objective of this port terminal is to facilitate the embarkation and/or disembarkation of various types of cargo, including solid and liquid bulk, fractional cargo and containerized cargo, among other services. It is expected that the port will specialize in cargo handling of iron concentrates and other minerals and mining inputs, serving up to 19 million metric tons of cargo from the main mining projects in the region.

The proposal for the construction and operation of this terminal, valued at approximately US$405 million, was presented by the company Terminal Portuario Jinzhao Perú S.A. This project will be carried out under the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) modality, in which the concessionaire will be responsible for the design, financing, construction, conservation and operation of the New Port Terminal.

After the declaration of interest, a period of 90 days was established, during which third parties interested in participating in the project may express their interest. If no interested parties present themselves within this period, PROINVERSIÓN will proceed to directly award the project in favor of the proponent.

The concession of the New Port Terminal will have a duration of 30 years, counted from the signing of the concession contract.

Source: Mundo Maritimo


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