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Chancay Port Terminal has a general progress of almost 30%

Chancay Port Terminal has a general progress of almost 30%

Hebuilt by the Chinese company Cosco Shipping and promoted by the Ministry of Transport and Communications (MTC), has a general construction progress of 29.69%.

According to the MTC, this project is key to international trade because it will be a regional ‘hub’ that will redistribute the cargo of the countries of Chile, Ecuador and Colombia.

The head of the MTC, Paola Lazarte, inspected the progress of the works of the Chancay Port Terminal, located in Huaral, a mega-infrastructure that will receive large vessels to meet the growth in port demand, reduce national and international market costs and impact positively on the economy.

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The project is made up of three major components. One of them is the port operational zone, which includes the breakwaters, maritime entrance channels, maintenance areas and workshops, as well as storage spaces for containers and bulk and rolling cargo.

The second component is the entrance complex and includes the vehicular port, entrance gates, customs inspection area, administrative offices, and logistic and support service areas.

The third stage is the tunnel, which will be 1.8 kilometers long and will form part of a segregated road corridor for cargo transit related to port operations. It has a drilling advance of 236 meters in rock in the area of ​​the entrance complex and in the operational area an advance of 255 meters in the right gallery and 301 meters in the left gallery.


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