Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Punta Colonet Multimodal Transport Project is “Viable” Says Mexican Government; Construction Will Begin During Calderon’s Term

In a July 9, 2010, announcement, Mexico’s Department of Communications and Transportation (SCT) reaffirmed the government’s commitment to building the mega-port at Punta Colonet, on the country’s Pacific Coast. The port project is “viable and of great significance for the Federal Government”, the agency said.  On its website, the agency says, “The SCT is coordinating efforts with various agencies for the bidding process and start of construction of this important logistics complex under the present Administration.” (President Felipe Calderon’s term ends in December 2012.)

The agency adds that the Punta Colonet project and others across Mexico are intended to “maximize the benefits of the country’s strategic geographic position and its extensive network of trade agreements, to convert Mexico into logistics platform in world trade.”

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