In his weekly briefing yesterday, Humberto Inzunza Fonseca, president of the Logistics Cluster of Baja California (Clúster de Logística de Baja California), said that Mexico’s Ministry of Communications and Transportation (the SCT) will start the multi-billion-dollar contracting process for the long-delayed mega-port at Punta Colonet next month. He said the SCT has not yet determined the route for rail service from the container port to the U.S., but is considering Mexicali, Tecate and San Luis Río Colorado as possible crossing points. He added that Grupo Slim and CMA remain extremely interested in bidding on the massive construction and operating contracts.
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