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Brazil's waterways regulator Antaq launched a public consultancy phase to prepare a 25-year concession to operate a grains terminal at Rio de Janeiro port, according to an Antaq release.
The consultancy phase, which lasts until November 27, includes a main hearing scheduled for November 25 in the city of Rio de Janeiro, the release said.
Works include building cargo handling and warehousing facilities at the port.
Interested companies and consortiums must have capital equivalent to at least 10% of the estimated contract.
Revenue throughout the concession is expected to be 379mn reais (US$154mn). Information regarding total investment was not disclosed.
The concession will be awarded to the bidder offering the highest grain handling capacity.