Bids for new Terminal Construction Received by Valencia

Valencia, Spain
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The Port Authority of Valencia (PAV) has announced the reception of four competitive bids for the construction of a container quay in the port's northern extension, a significant infrastructure project in Spain.

These proposals were finalized and submitted by the deadline at 1 p.m. on April 5th. The next phase in the tender process will occur on April 9th, when the PAV plans to open the first set of documents from each bid.

This initial step will reveal the names of the companies participating in the tender.

The envisioned container terminal is poised to be a state-of-the-art facility, embracing technology, eco-efficiency, intermodal connections, and sustainability.

This development is anticipated not only to create jobs but also to spur economic growth in the surrounding regions and reinforce the standing of Spanish ports on a global scale.

Located in an area that was expanded in 2012, the terminal will cover roughly 1.37 million square meters and include a berthing line of 1,970 meters.

It is designed to handle up to five million containers, featuring advanced design, technology, and electrification to efficiently manage large container ships. The facility aims to achieve high operational standards in both maritime and land-based activities.