Posted On 31 Jan 2014
“At least three alternatives” of location to be submitted to the Ministry of transport and public works “an alternative to be analysed in more detail…”, is provided in the statutes of the first phase of the master plan of the new port of Guayaquil to the Spanish public company Systems Engineering for the Defence of Spain (Isdefe).
The document refers to the parameters that should be considered as volume of investment, potential of development, impact on the natural and urban environment and potential risks.
Also, in the second of the six reports it will be considered that “all traffic operating in the outer port”, “To move terminals of containers, concession and private, leaving the rest in their current locations until the end of their concession contracts, and in the case of private, move according to a time schedule”.
The document also states that it must be considered the current traffic, possible new services to implement analysis and the factors that comprise the future business of the port, in a period of 25 years.
The location of the port could be defined with the delivery of the third report. The delivery of this document would be in 145 days after signing the contract, which was made on November 27. The total of this study has a cost of $1.25 million and will be handed over in 210 days.