$9 Million in Cruise Terminal Operation

The Panama Maritime Authority tenders the operation and maintenance of the cruise terminal on Perico Island.

Thursday, April 11, 2019

Panama Government Purchase 2019-2-03-0-08-LV-007211:

"The Contractor awarded this Public Act will be in charge of carrying out all the Services that allow the efficient and satisfactory performance of the Base Port and Transit Regime operations, from the arrival or departure of the vessels by sea, to the access or departure of the passengers and their luggage by land.

Likewise, the Contractor shall provide the vessel and passengers with all those needs that may arise as a result of their interaction with the Terminal. It shall also be responsible for guaranteeing security in all its aspects, maintaining in optimum condition all assets and real estate present in the Port Facility, managing charges for operations and employing all necessary resources to enhance the commercial development of the Panama Cruise Terminal."

Reference value: $9,000,000.

Deadline for receipt of tenders: May 30, 2019.

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