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The Government of the Republic of Cyprus has announced that it plans to license part of the commercial operations of the Limassol Port.
The Government through the Ministry of Communications & Works has published a tender process for the provision of consulting services, expert advice and advisory support to the Government, for the licensing of part of the commercial operations of the Limassol port.
The tender process was launched on 9 April 2014. Interested parties must submit their requests to participate on or before 2 May 2014.
The Limassol Port is situated on the outskirts of the country's second main city in terms of population and economic significance. The port has become the principal seaport in Cyprus. It is the largest and busiest harbour on the island, capable of handling vessels up to 250m size for berthing in 14m of water. It is entered through an approach channel which is 15m deep and 150m wide between the ends of two breakwaters.
See tender notice: