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Cellulose Terminal at the Port of Paranaguá/PR - (PAR01)

Cellulose Terminal at the Port of Paranaguá/PR - (PAR01) 

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Project's progress

Studies

Public Consultation

TCU Assessment

Bidding Documents

Auction

Contract

11/23/2018
02/06/2018
04/12/2019
08/13/2019
02/27/2020
  • Completed
  • In progress
  • To be performed
  • CLASSIFICATION BY MEETING

    2nd Meeting

  • SECTOR

    Ports

  • ASSET

    Greenfield Project

  • PROJECT STATUS

    In progress

  • TYPE OF PARTNERSHIP

    For Rent / Lease

  • UF

    PR

  • CAPACITY

    1,3 milhões toneladas/ano

  • BASE DATE

    01/2017

  • INVESTMENT CAPEX

    87,002,000.00

  • MAJOR AGENCIES INVOLVED

    ANTAQ, MTPA, EPL, APPA

  • TERM (YEARS)

    25 anos

  • AWARD CRITERIA

    Highest Grant

  • MINIMUM GRANT FEE

    1,0 real

Project Summary

Auction of Port terminal for handling general cargo in the Port of Paranaguá - Paraná State.

The lease of the PAR 01 Terminal, in the Port of Paranaguá/PR, 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.

This project covers the construction and operation of a port terminal for pulp transportation in the Port of Paranaguá (PAR 01). The project area, which will be in the lease modality, is characterized as a greenfield of approximately 28 thousand m² and it is located at the west end of the Port Commercial Wharf. Currently, the site has underused structures and no operational productivity.

The Port of Paranaguá is one of the five main ports that export paper and pulp in Brazil. Exports of these cargoes are mainly destined for China and the exported paper is originated in the states of Paraná and Santa Catarina. Based on analyzes of demand and capacity, the needs of infrastructure expansion were identified to overcome the deficits in the handling of these loads. The project will increase the service level of the Port to the general cargo segment.

The project includes, besides the new port terminal with a single warehouse, facilities such as:

• Reception/access control;
• Pulp warehouse;
• Four railways for unloading and maneuvering of wagons;
• Support building with offices, toilets, locker rooms, warehouses, canopy, dining room and electric room.

The new terminal will have a static storage capacity of 60 thousand tons and it will meet the demand of the logistics chain of the pulp plant in Ortigueira/PR - which in turn will have a dynamic capacity of around 1.5 million tons/year.

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, it is possible to highlight the need to offer greater legal certainty and predictability to the private sector, in order to stimulate investments in the sector, expansion of terminals and improvement in operational efficiency and competitiveness of national ports.

 

  • Project Current Situation

    Feasibility studies have been completed.

    The public consultation was concluded on July 24, 2017. More information can be found at ANTAQ's official website.

    The project was approved by the Federal Auditing Court (plenary session on 24/01/2018). Judgment 123/2018 published on the Official Journal on 02/06/2018.

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Cellulose Terminal at the Port of Paranaguá/PR - (PAR01)

Cellulose Terminal at the Port of Paranaguá/PR - (PAR01)

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