Antaq lengthens Pará concessions consultation

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Brazil’s National Waterway Transport Agency (Antaq) put back until June 4 public consultation of six proposed new terminal operations at ports in the state of Pará. Five of these will be at the Port of Belém and a sixth at the Port of Vila do Conde. All will handle a variety of liquid bulk traffic.

The aim of the consultation is to obtain contributions, subsidies or suggestions to improve the legal and technical specifications - composed of the bidding documents, lease agreements, technical documents and their respective annexes - in order to eventually invite bids for all six.

Only contributions, subsidies and suggestions referring to the draft submitted for public consultation will be considered by Antaq.

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