International Tender: Marine Terminal Services

In Honduras, tugging services are being tendered for the execution of docking and undocking of ships, for the maritime terminals of Cortés, Omoa, Tela and San Lorenzo.

Thursday, August 20, 2020

Honduras Government purchase LPI-ENP-01-2020:

"Consists of providing docking and undocking services in Puerto Cortés and Omoa with a minimum of 2,400 operations between two tugboats in the twelve months, redocking service in the Port of Tela that includes time for the vessel to be kept and the crossing.

For the services provided of tugging in the ports of Cortes and Omoa will be paid for maneuvers performed, it is understood that a move is a docking or undocking."

Deadline for receipt of tenders: September 28, 2020.

See tender (in Spanish).

Honduras Government Purchase LPI-ENP-02-2020:

"Consists of providing the Port of San Lorenzo with a tug for a period of 365 calendar days for 2021, equipment required to perform the docking and undocking operations of ships arriving at this Port, in addition to providing assistance in the execution of work in bathymetric studies, reinstallation, salvage and towing of buoys, assistance to the Pilot in adverse circumstances to provide security to ships from the port to the Pilot's station and vice versa.

The tug must have a minimum capacity of 3,200 HP with qualified and certified crew to guarantee a good service. Salvages carried out by the provider of the towing service in both national and international waters within this lease contract must request written authorization either by physical means or by e-mail, to the Superintendence of San Lorenzo."

Deadline for receipt of tenders: September 28, 2020.

See tender (in Spanish).

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