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Grain Terminal in the Port of Rio de Janeiro

Brazil
Stage 6: Successful / Preferred Proponent
Stage 6: Successful / Preferred Proponent
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PROJECT LOCATION (E.G. MAJOR GEOGRAPHIC REFERENCE)
rio de janeiro Rio de Janeiro Brazil 
OPPORTUNITY FOR PRIVATE SECTOR INVOLVEMENT
Equity Debt - Private Sector Construction Operations Advisors Debt - Concession
LAST UPDATED
Q1 2018
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Project Description
The new Wheat Terminal at the Port of Rio de Janeiro is intended to serve the importation of this product, taking into account the demand of the existing mills in the city, which also supply the consumer market of the State of Espírito Santo and the southern state of Minas Gerais. The development will be built in the Warehouse area 11, in the area between Warehouses 10 and 11 and in part Warehouse 12. The area tendered comprises 13,453 m2. The planned investments are R $ 93,113,356.00. The estimated global value of the agreement is R $ 515,797,013.85. The amount of the fixed lease per month will be R $ 35,699.64. The lease term is 25 years, extendable for the same period. The payment of the grant will be as follows: 25% within 45 days after the act of homologation and award. And the rest in five annual payments. The new terminal is expected to have high capacity equipment, allowing the discharge of 600 tons of solid bulk per hour. At the end of the lease period the terminal should have a minimum capacity to handle 918 thousand tons of bulk cargoes per year. The auction was held on 04/20/17 and with a grant value of R $ 1.180 million, the consortium Maravilha (BUNGE S.A and M DIAS BRANCO S.A) won the auction held by the National Agency of Waterway Transportation
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Project stage info
Stage 1: Initial Government Announcement
Completed
Stage 2: Project Investigation
Completed
Stage 3: Start of Project Feasibility / Business Case
Completed
Stage 4: Project Feasibility / Business Case Complete
Completed
Stage 5: Government Approval / Procurement Stage
Completed
Stage 6: Successful / Preferred Proponent
Completed
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