10.5% Increase in Port Charges Upheld

In Costa Rica a court ruling has denied an appeal lodged by the users of the ports of Limon, against the increase enacted last March.

Tuesday, June 26, 2012

In the case of the appeal lodged by the National Chamber of Steamship Owners and Agents, the National Chamber of Banana Companies, the National Chamber of Pineapple Producers and Exporters and the Exporters Chamber of Costa Rica, the Constitutional Court ruled that regarding setting the new rates. ".. there was no violation of the right of participation as the plaintiffs claimed, "because an audience was given and interested parties were allowed to participate and to argue for and against approval of the tariffs, for which they had as their basis supporting'", reported Nacion.com

The court also rejected an appeal by Recope regarding adjustments to fuel prices.

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Costa Rica: Port Charges in Discord

June 2011

While the Atlantic ports administration insists on a 21% increase, exporters and shippers are defending their position.

Loss of competitiveness against other nations and rising operating and logistics costs are some of the reasons that the Chamber of Exporters and Agents of Steamship Owners are giving to justify their disagreement with the proposed port tariff increase, which has been rejected by the Regulatory Authority of Public Services (Aresep).

Costa Rica: 21% Increase in Port Rates Requested

February 2011

Japdeva has requested an increase of 21% in rates at ports of Limon and Moin in the Costa Rican Caribbean.

The Board of the Port Administration and Economic Development of the Atlantic (Japdeva) submitted the application to the Regulatory Authority for Public Services (Aresep), who must decide whether it supports the increase. The process could last about 75 days.

Costa Rica: 21% Increase in Port Charges Rejected

June 2011

The Regulatory Authority for Public Services has rejected the increase in port charges at the Moin and Limon ports as requested by Japdeva.

A press release by the Regulatory Authority for Public Services (ARESP) states:

The Port Authority Board of Economic Development and the Atlantic (Japdeva) which is responsible for providing port services in Limon and Moin, has asked the Regulatory Authority for an average increase of 21% in port charges. The previous tariff setting was made in 2003.

Port Concessions Paralyzed in Costa Rica

August 2010

The Supreme Court has annulled an agreement reached with port workers who endorsed the concession of the Limón and Moín port operations.

The ruling also orders the reinstatement of the previous union board of directors, who opposed the concession of port operations to private companies.

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