Despite much-improved labour relations at ports throughout Spain, Algeciras Bay Port Authority has decided to put back for a fifth time the bidding deadline for a tender for a new container terminal – its third – which it proposes to build on the Phase B extension of the Isla Verde expansion area of the port.
Although relative stability has been restored in stevedoring operations at Spanish ports, the port authority at Algeciras Bay (APBA) has put back the bidding deadline for its third container terminal from June 30 to October 31. The new terminal will be part of the Phase B development of the Isla Verde Outer Harbour project.
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