Tender for Cranes at New Moin Terminal

Pending the approval of the environmental study for the megaproject, APM Terminals has announced that construction will begin in March 2014.  

Monday, December 16, 2013

The first stage of construction in the first quarter of 2014 will be of the 600 meter long quay and 40 hectares of paved container yard, plus 12 entrances out of a total of 24 that were planned to be built.

Rogelio Douglas, project manager of APM Terminals said everything is ready to start construction.

The company will be out to tender the purchase of the gantry cranes, which will be awarded next year, in order to receive the first six in early 2016. At the end of the project it is expected there will be 13 cranes. Each of these is worth $12 million and added to these are the fiber optics and software needed to make them operational, raising their price $18 million.



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