Aguadulce Port tendered in Panama

The concession for the development, administration and operation of the Aguadulce port will have a value of approximately $10 million.

Monday, February 2, 2009


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In 2006 they tried to select a contractor for the "CONCESSION FOR THE DEVELOPMENT, ADMINISTRATION AND OPERATION OF THE AGUADULCE PORT," however the tender process was canceled due to lack of interested parties.

Then, again in 2008, the tender for the port concession was published once more, but the process was abandoned due to administrative problems.

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Panama: Bids Awaited for Aguadulce Port

January 2013

The governor of Cocle has denied that the project is stalled, saying that it is up to private enterprises to submit their bids.

The concession award of the new port for shipment and distribution center in Aguadulce in a multimodal format will be made using the turnkey model.

Feasibility Study for Port of Aguadulce Underway

January 2012

The company Asociación para el Desarrollo Integral (Association for Integral Development) has 5 months to deliver the environmental impact study and design for the project to be developed in Panama.

The study will determine whether or not it is feasibile to build a new embarkation port and multimodal distribution center in the district of Aguadulce.

Tender for Port in Aguadulce Canceled

October 2016

The $53 million tender to build and operate a multipurpose terminal in the province of Cocle has been canceled because no proposals were submitted.

Since no company expressed interest in the tender to concession the construction and operation of the port in Aguadulce, the Panama Maritime Authority has had to cancel the call for the third time.

Panama to grant concession for ports in the interior

September 2008

To date, the board of directors of the Maritime Authority of Panama (AMP) has approved the process fr the concession of the Aguadulce port.

Bidding for this port will be done by PanamaCompra. The State, by way of AMP, started this new stage in order to offer concessions for some ports in the interior of the country that have not been developed due to lack of capital.

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