Abengoa will built a fishing terminal in Uruguay
The Project includes the construction and exploitation, under a 30 years license, of docks bigger than 1000 meters
The Spanish company Abengoa has awarded the building of a fishing terminal in the area of Capurro, Motevideo, in Uruguay, that will have a budget around 81.6 million Euros.
The proyect includes the construction and exploitation, under a 30 year license, of docks around 1000 meters long for fishing vessels and cold storage units.
Abengoa informed thet engineering Works would begin by the end of the year. The deadline for the project writing is nine months and the project execution 30.
The new terminal will mean the move of the international fishing fleet operation that work in the South Atlantic and that arrives at Montevideo’s port. In this port terminal works vessels from Spain, Korea, China, and other countries, for unloading, equipment repair and crewmembers transfer.
(Source: La Voz de Galicia)