Engineering and construction   Specialized dry bulk and steel by-products terminal in the port of Lazaro Cadenas, Michoacan.

Construction of a turnkey project for the first specialized public service terminal on the Mexican Pacific coast to handle dry bulk and steel by-products, located on the eastern canal of the Lazaro Cadenas port of Michoacan.

Phase one of the terminal spans 25 acres, with docking facilities on a dock measuring 590 feet long and a draught depth of 54 feet.

It has storage capacity for 1.5 million tons and is equipped with state-of-the-art mobile cranes for operations. It also provides the infrastructure and railway equipment necessary to handle railcar and container operations.

The project has the infrastructure required for bonded warehouse operations.

Client: Terminales Portuarias del Pacifico, S.A.P.I. de C.V. (TPP).

Turnkey marine terminal in Michoacan, spanning more than 24 acres and a 590-foot long dock.
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