Cargo Terminal: New Deadline for PPP Tendering

March 13 is the new date for the receipt of bids in the tender for the financing contract, design, construction and operation of the works of the Cargo Terminal at El Salvador's Oscar Romero Airport, under the format of Public-Private Partnership.

Friday, January 24, 2020

The original call for bids set February 12 as the deadline for receipt of proposals, however, because several companies have expressed interest in participating, it was decided to postpone until March 13 the delivery of tenders.

Jonathan Brooks, assistant vice president for Europe, Asia, Pacific and Latin America programs at Millennium Challenge Corporation, which provides funding for FOMILENIO II projects, told Laprensagrafica.com that "... Recently, it was decided to extend the tender period by one month (...) but for a very good reason: there is so much interest in the project that we considered, and the FOMILENIO team considered with the rest of the Government, that it was appropriate to give a slightly longer period. This PPP is going very well."

The project includes two development phases: Phase 1 consists of the financing, design, expansion, construction, equipment, maintenance improvement and operation of the existing Cargo Terminal.

Phase 2 consists of the financing, design, construction, equipment, maintenance and operation of a new Cargo Terminal infrastructure. Both phases will be carried out on the grounds of the air terminal.

See details of the tender (in Spanish).

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