Companies interested in exploring the multipurpose terminal in the Port of Luanda have until 30 March 2020 to submit a proposal to the international public tender launched by the Angolan government on 16 December, according to an official statement.
The public tender, the statement said, aims to promote the development and improve the efficiency of port activity in the Angolan capital, through the involvement of private operators with proven experience in the sector.
The public tender is targeted at domestic and foreign companies or associations that have proven experience in the port sector or that meet the requirements stipulated in the programme, the specifications and the legislation in force.
Companies interested in participating in the tender will be required to have paid-up capital of no less than US$25 million and an average annual turnover in the last 3 years of no less than the equivalent of US$100 million.
The Multipurpose Terminal of the Port of Luanda is a port facility for both general cargo and containers, has a 610-metre quay, a depth of 12.5 metres and an area of 181,000 square metres with capacity to handle 2.6 million tonnes of cargo per year.