Transport & Logistics
BR-153 is the main link between Brazil's Mid-North (states of Tocantins, Maranhão, Pará and Amapá) with the country's Center-South geo-economic region. Due to this fact and in addition to the large flow of vehicles, the BR-153 is currently considered one of the main national integration roads in Brazil.
The privatization of the Docas do Espirito Santo Company (CODESA), aiming at modernizing its port management, attracting investments and improving the operation of the sector, has adherence to the sectorial policy and the Federal Government's guidelines for seeking investments in infrastructure through Partnerships with the private sector. The studies that involve the definition of the privatization model and contract guidelines will be contracted by BNDES.
It regards the concession of 14 airports, with an investment forecast of around R $ 6.4 billion. The airports are the following:
Cellulose Terminal at the Port of Paranaguá/PR - (PAR01)
Vehicle Terminal in the Port of Paranaguá/PR - (PAR12)
General Cargo Terminal at the Port of Itaqui/MA - (IQI 18)
Wood Chip Terminal in the Port of Santana/AP - (MCP1)
Grain Terminals in the Port of Paranaguá/PR - (PAR 07, PAR 08, and PAR XX)
Liquid Bulk Terminals in the Port of Vitória/ES
LPG terminals in Porto Miramar/PA - (BEL 05, and BEL 06)
Agrovia Terminal in the Port of SUAPE/PE
Privatization - Companhia Docas do Espírito Santo - CODESA