Hondurans and Germans to Build Cargo Terminal

The partnership between Alutech and Munich AirPort won the competition to design, build and operate the Cargo Terminal at El Salvador's Oscar Romero Airport as a Public-Private Partnership.

Monday, October 12, 2020

Weeks ago, the Executive Port Commission (CEPA) informed that on August 26th of this year, the technical and economic offers were received, and the opening of the technical offers was carried out by the Evaluation Commission. After the analysis, it was concluded that the proposal made up by a partnership of investors from Honduras and Germany fully complied with the technical requirements.

For this international tender, only the offer proposed by Alutech, S.A. de C.V. was accepted, as informed at the end of September.

The official CEPA document details that in the economic offer the consortium offered the following values:

-12.1% which corresponds to the percentage that it will pay annually to CEPA as a variable fee for the total income obtained, in addition, it will make an annual payment as a fixed fee and other payments established in the contract.

-8% which corresponds to the percentage in the reduction of the total tariffs for basic commercial services of the Cargo Terminal.

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