Clearly, the new economic sensation that many cities in different states want to adopt to increase their inflow and employability is the construction of ports, which is the relatively quicker path, aligned with private initiative and import and export agreements with other countries. The Chinese in particular have interests in several of our production chains, regardless of whether it is in the oil, export or construction sector, the truth is that they are gradually occupying a good share of our market.
Last Friday (16), a delegation of Chinese and Brazilian businessmen launched the partnership for the construction/expansion of Porto São Luís and according to the terms, the works will be completed in 4 years and will generate 4 thousand direct jobs. Initial capacity will be around 15 million tons annually. Really a “China business” that will move the economy of the 2 countries and exports in a regime of exchange of consumer goods.
The port will have an initial capacity to handle 7 million tons of grain, 3 million tons of fertilizers, 2.7 million tons of liquid fuel and 2.3 million tons of general cargo. China Communications Construction Company (CCCC) will be the majority partner of the port with 51%, Lyon Capital with 20% and 24% of WPR. The remaining 6% will belong to minority shareholders. Experts claim that geographically, the port will have an advantage over other ports geographically as it is closer to Europe, the USA and Panama. The intention is for São Luis to be the gateway to world production.
[sociallocker id=1255]Go to the site http://www.wtorre.com.br/trabalheconosco/ to send your CV, you will be directed to the website of Wtorre, one of CCCC's partners and highly specialized in construction in Brazil. Good luck and let us know if you are contacted.[/sociallocker]