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Wood Chip Terminal in the Port of Santana/AP - (MCP1)

Wood Chip Terminal in the Port of Santana/AP - (MCP1) 

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  • CLASSIFICATION BY MEETING

    2nd Meeting

  • SECTOR

    Ports

  • ASSET

    Brownfield Project

  • PROJECT STATUS

    In progress

  • TYPE OF PARTNERSHIP

    For Rent / Lease

  • UF

    AP

  • CAPACITY

    em estudo

  • DEMAND

    em estudo

  • MAJOR AGENCIES INVOLVED

    ANTAQ, MTPA, EPL, CDSA

  • TERM (YEARS)

    25 anos

  • AWARD CRITERIA

    Highest Grant

  • MINIMUM GRANT FEE

    1,0 real

Project Summary

Rental of a wooden chip terminal in the Port of Santana -State of Amapá.

The lease of the MCP 01Terminal, in the Port of Santana/AP, was qualified in the Investment Partnerships Program (PPI) during the 2nd Meeting of the PPI Council, held on March 7th, 2017. Upon integration of a program, in the form of leasing, the process involved partner agencies and institutions such as: National Agency for Waterway Transportation (ANTAQ), Ministry of Transport, Ports and Civil Aviation (MTPA), Brazilian Enterprise for Planning and Logistics (EPL). Among which, MTPA stands out, acting as the granting authority.

The project covers the operation of a port terminal for general cargo handling (wood chip) in the Port of Santana (MCP 01). The location of future lease facilities is an operating area of approximately 22,000 m².

The wood chip is mainly used in the production of pulp and MDF for Asian and European markets. In recent years, the movement in the Port has fluctuated widely: from 381 thousand tons in 2012 to 907 thousand tons in 2014. In the region of influence of the Port, potential demand is only identified as the volume of the current lessee’s plant - which is about one million tons/year.

Currently, the terminal receives the wood chip from a processing unit located in the near area. The logs are received by road, processed into wood chips and dispatched directly to the storage area. It is noteworthy that the revenues from this cargo are the main financial source of the Port of Santana and that the wood chip ships represent the majority of berths.

The lease has access to the pier that is 200 meters long and 12 meters deep. This access is through a conveyor belt system and a shiploader that connects the cradle to the storage system. The project provides for the replacement of existing equipment (conveyor and shiploader) as they are not reversible. The total estimated investment amount is BRL 61 million. The terminal’s dynamic capacity is estimated at about one million tons per year.

The proposed lease is of great importance for the economic development of the state of Amapá. The work will involve greater movement of cargoes in the Port, creating 44 direct jobs. In this context, it is clear that the project has high priority in the governmental agenda. And, among the concrete challenges that justify the partnership between the public and private sectors, the need to offer greater legal certainty and predictability to private initiative stands out - in order to stimulate investments, expand terminals and improve operational efficiency and competitiveness of national ports.
  • Project Current Situation

    The studies have already been concluded.

    The project was approved by the Federal Auditing Court (plenary session on 01/24/2018). The Judgment 124/2018 was published in DOU 02/06/2018.

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MCP1 Terminal at Santana Port/AP

MCP1 Terminal at Santana Port/AP

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