Honduras Tenders Logistics Corridor Concession

The tender is for the design, financing, construction and operation of the 392 kilometer corridor for a period of 40 years.

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

A press release from The Commission for the Promotion of Public-Private Partnership (Coalianza) reads:

The Commission for the Promotion of Public-Private Partnership (COALIANZA), invites interested companies to participate in an international public tender to grant in concession the Logistical Corridor between Goascorán - Villa de San Antonio, San Pedro Sula - Puerto Cortes and Tegucigalpa - Villa de San Antonio.

The concession will grant the successful bidders the right to design, finance, build, operate, maintain and transfer the 392 kilometer of the corridor for a period of 40 years.

The Project is located in the departments of Valle, La Paz, Comayagua and Cortés, in the Republic of Honduras. To the north, it reaches Puerto Cortes, to the south up to the border with El Salvador and to the east to Tegucigalpa.

The conditions of the tender together with the requirements and guarantees for submission of bids and the draft contract will be available from November 28, 2011 on the COALIANZA website: www.coalianza.gob.hn.



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