Uruguay turns down dedicated MSC terminal

The original proposal was objected to by technicians, who found flaws in the way that vessel docking manoeuvres would be undertaken (image is for illustrative purposes only) Photo: Col André Kritzinger/Wikimedia Commons/CC BY-SA 3.0

Uruguay’s national ports administration Administración Nacional de Puertos (ANP) has said it is not viable to build a dedicated container terminal for MSC at the Port of Montevideo. This follows an analysis from a team of experts which has been ongoing since the middle of 2018.

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