New cruise ship terminal for Guatemala
Officials from the National Port Company are negotiating with Carnival Corporation & Pic for the construction of a new cruise ship terminal in Santo Tomas de Castilla.
Monday, August 18, 2008
Carnival would be making an investment of $30 million to build the new terminal.
Carnival canceled a $40 million project for building a cruise terminal in the Guatemalan port of Tomás de Castilla.
Spanish consortium "Iomm Hitma, Bilbao Plaza Marítima", presented a study on the enlargement of Guatemalan port Santo Tomás.
The first phase of the remodeling of the Santo Tomas de Castilla Port will be done with a loan from the BCIE (the Central American Bank for Economic Integration) to build new yards for storing containers.
A Spanish consortium has been chosen to do the feasibility study for an increase in capacity of the port of Santo Tomás de Castilla on Guatemala's Atlantic coast.
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