Costa Rica: Studies Underway for Transfer Terminal in Port Moín

Americas Gateway Development Corporation (Amega) will conduct feasibility studies for a new container transfer terminal in the Costa Rican port.

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Ignacio Gallegos, company representative, told BNAmericas that they will start the studies shortly, and will determine if the project is legally, technically, environmentally and financially feasible.

Once the studies are completed, the National Concessions Committee (CNC) will conduct a public bidding process to choose a concessionaire for the terminal. Amega will participate in said contest, and if it does not get the project, it will be refunded with the costs of the study, explained Gallegos.

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