Brazilian port seeks provisional iron ore cargo operator

Monday, 20 September 2021 21:18:12 (GMT+3)   |   Sao Paulo

State-owned port operator SCPar Porto de Imbituba seeks a provisional iron ore cargo operator to handle its iron ore terminal in the city of Imbituba, Santa Catarina state. The operator plans to lease its A6-1 area for a cargo operator.

SCPar Porto de Imbituba said companies can submit proposals until October 7 this year. The future iron ore terminal operator will be able to lease the area, which is about 55,307 square meters, for 180 days.

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