Livorno Port Authority has launched a tender process to select a private partner to operate and maintain a ferry terminal through a concession agreement.
Livorno Port for Tuscany is mainly a destination port but partial turn-around calls are increasing. In 2013, Livorno port registered 420 calls and 736.516 passengers. Porto 2000 facilities currently include not only 11 port berths for cruise ships and ferries, 100.000 sqm. cruise and ferry operation areas, 3 cruise and ferry terminals, 15.000 sqm, but also parking areas.
The Port of Livorno is situated on the Tyrrhenian Sea in the north-western part of Tuscany. The port is divided in Porto Vecchio (Old Port) and Porto Nuovo(New Port) and is composed of four main basins.
Interested parties must submit their request to participate on or before 4 September 2015.
In late April we reported that the Ministry of Infrastructure of Italy received two final bids for the A3 Napoli-Pompei-Salerno highway concession, and later SPV Metro 5 S.p.A. signed a €580 million (US$647.7 million) loan contract to refinance and complete Line 5 of the Milan Underground.
See tender announcement (Italian):