Albanisa to Construct Pier in Bilwi, Nicaragua

The Tourism Institute has approved to award a new concrete pier project to Alba de Nicaragua, S.A (Albanisa).

Friday, September 3, 2010

According to the government decision, the company will have three years to carry out the work, which comprises the construction of a 210m long and 22m wide reinforced concrete pier with two docking berths.

"Officially, Albanisa forecast a cost of $30,336,458 with most of the investment benefitting from tax incentives under the Tourism Law," reports Laprensa.com.ni.

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New Touristic Pier Being Studied in Honduras

March 2010

Cooreia, the company who built a cruise ship pier in the Island of Roatan, is analyzing the construction of a touristic pier in Omoa.

For this they held meetings with officials from the National Port Company (ENP).

“Mohand Merzkany, financial coordinator at the ENP, confirmed there are several cruise ship companies interested in pier in Omoa, due its advantageous natural conditions”, reported Tiempo.hn.

Costa Rica will have four private piers at Moin by 2016.

September 2008

Construction will depend on the progress of a Government initiative to provide a concessions for the piers on the Caribbean coast.

One of these piers will be next to the current Taiwanese pier in Moin; it will be 11 meters deep and have to capacity to handle medium-sized ships that travel throughout Central America, the Caribbean and the United States.

Tender: Port Infrastructure

October 2015

The Panama Canal Authority is putting out to tender the construction of a pier in Monte Esperanza, in the province of Colon, Atlantic sector.

Panama Government Purchase 152376:

"The work involves the construction of a pier for the extension of the dock 14 in Monte Esperanza, according to the plans and specifications of this Agreement, and includes everything needed for:

Panama: $120 Million for Fuels Free Zone

March 2016

Construction has been announced of 9 additional storage tanks and a pier with two berths to supply 2.5 million barrels.

From a statement issued by the National Secretariat of Energy in Panama:

The sale of marine fuel or bunkering, an activity that generates about $900 million a year to the country's economy, will grow with the expanding operations of the Free Zone for Fuels, located in Bahía Las Minas, Colon Province.

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