Honduras: $ 15 Million Grain Terminal
Puerto Cortes authorities announced an investment for the first phase of the terminal.
Thursday, January 20, 2011
Maynor Pinto, manager of the National Port Company (ENP) noted that the project could be completed in about six months.
A group of Mexican investors will present a project to provide the Honduran sea port with a terminal for storing grains.
Grupo Naviero Peninsular de México and the Chilean Sudamericana Agencias Aéreas y Marítimas S.A., were the only companies who made bids for the management of the grain terminal in Puerto Cortes.
The consortium COPRECA-CYES won the tender for the construction of the Solid Bulk Terminal at Puerto Cortes in Honduras, while the Consortium Multisur SA won operation of the Terminal.
The Honduran Council of Ministers has approved a draft decree relating to a trust agreement for the structuring, development and financing of the operation of the bulk cargo terminal at Puerto Cortes.
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