APM Terminals get final approval in Costa Rica

AP Møller-Maersk’s terminal division has given the 'go-ahead' to start initial work on building a container terminal in Moin, Costa Rica.

Final approval was given by the government in Costa Rica on Wednesday for a 33-year concession with an expected investment of USD 992 million, says APM Terminals in a press release.

“We are an international specialist in terminal development and operation, who has built similar projects on time, so we are confident that we can surpass the Costa Rican people’s expectations for this concession. Modern container terminals play a central part in improving the efficiency of the chain of logistics, resulting in lower door-to-door costs,” says Paul J. Gallie, Managing Director of APM Terminals Moin, in a press release.

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