Colombian government launches tender process for Magdalena River PPP to restore navigability



RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – The Colombian government, through the National Infrastructure Agency (ANI), has opened the bidding process for the Magdalena River PPP after releasing the final specifications for this initiative, which aims to recover the navigability of the main tributary of the country, 668 km long, between Bocas de Ceniza (Barranquilla) and Barrancabermeja (Santander).

The tender documents will be published on the state’s Secop I portal for approximately one month. In this space, interested parties can read the details of this initiative and make comments or request clarifications to consolidate their respective proposals. Once this step is completed. . .

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