Peru launches tender for port PPP project
Peru's ProInversión has launched a tender process to develop a logistics platform and truck parking & service center at the Callao port through a PPP project.
At the same time Proinversion has announced plans to launch a tender process to hire transaction advisor to define and structure the project.
The project will be developed on the available areas owned by the Peruvian Navy (MGP), which consist of 3 separate lots with a total of 33.5 ha.
The project includes the development of a logistics platform and truck parking & service center:
- The logistics activities area will provide the following services, among others: storage, packing, repacking, sealing, packaging, labeling, weighing, quality control, and redistribution.
- The truck parking & service center will be a parking area for freight transport vehicles, and it will have an schedule system in order to manage the entrance and exit of vehicles to and from the terminals of the Callao port and the upcoming logistics activities area.
The project will be developed on a design, build, finance, operation and maintenance (DBFOM) basis.
The project is scheduled to be awarded in Q3 2015.
Callao port is the main seaport of Peru. Callao is located west of Lima, the country's capital, and is part of the Lima metropolitan area.
For more information, see the tender documents below (Spanish):
In March 2014, Netherlands-based terminal operator, Terminal Investment Limited SA (TIL), announced the completion of the purchase of a 29% stake in the company holding the concession for Callao port terminal from APM Terminals. The 30-year concession was signed in May 2011. APM Terminals holds a 51% stake and Peru's Unimar Group controls the reamining 20% interest.