The Mexican government will finally launch in 2011 the tender for construction of the long-delayed mega-port at Punta Colonet, on the country’s Pacific Coast, Secretary of Communications & Transport Juan Francisco Molinar announced on November 17.
Punta Colonet will take advantage of the transpacific trade, linking U.S. markets with Asian exporters, and competing with the ports of Long Beach and Panama.
The Mexican government plans to invest at least two billion dollars to develop the container port on more than five thousand acres, located 130 kilometers from Ensenada, and 240 from Tijuana.
Participating in a meeting organized by the Asociación de Terminales y Operadores Portuarios (ATOP), Molinar said that after the global economic crisis of 2009, there has been 30% growth to September of this year. "I think we're on the right track to put Mexico on the logistics platform," he said.
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