Plans afoot for Cap Haitien Port
The Government of Haiti has requested the financial support of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) to help improve the facilities and efficiency of Cap Haitien Port.
It is hoped that the investment will help to boost economic growth in the northern part of the country.
Through the Ministry of Economy and Finance and the Autorité Portuaire Nationale a process of identifying a private sector operator with proven experience in the port sector has been initiated.
The operator will be expected to finance port equipment and to manage, operate and maintain the container terminal of the Cap Haitien International Port under a long term lease agreement.
With the objective of identifying interested investors, the Government of Haiti, USAID and International Finance Corporation are seeking Expressions of Interest from companies or consortia.
An international competitive tender process will be conducted, consisting of distinct Request for Qualifications and Request for Proposals stages, to select a private operator with the objective of signing the contract with the winning bidder by end of 2016.
Interested parties are advised that an Information Memorandum will be available for download together with the Request for Prequalification in June 2016.
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