The project calls for the construction of a new berth (no. 3) at northern Chile's Coquimbo port and improvements to the terminal's existing facilities. It would serve the need for increased storage and loading operations for mineral products, while focusing more on cargo transport and tourism.
Terminal Puerto Coquimbo (TPC), the operator of the port, currently handles 60,000t/m of cargo, including copper concentrate (40,000t/m) and iron (20,000t/m). The new berthing area is expected to handle 32,4000t/d.
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|Short names||Sitio de atraque nº3 Puerto Coquimbo|
|Primary activities, subsector||Infrastructure|
|Secondary activities||Logistics - Ports/Harbors|