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Spain - Second Port Project (English)

The project includes: (A) At Huelva Port: (i) construction of a dike to prevent siltation in the access channel; (ii) construction of a wharf of five berths - one for phosphate, three for other minerals and one for general cargo; (iii) acquisition and utilization of quay cranes for general cargo and minerals, and installation of belt conveyor facilities for phosphates; (iv) acquisition and utilization of a suction-hopper dredger; (v) improvement of an access road to the new port facilities and construction of connecting roads and railways; (vi) deepening of the channel; and (vii) completion of a mineral berth and its mechanical handling equipment under the First Ports Project. (B) At La Luz y Las Palmas: (i) extension of the eastern main breakwater and construction of two secondary breakwaters to create a new basin; (ii) construction of two new petroleum piers for supertankers; (iii) procurement of a container crane; (iv) completion of a container berth and a general cargo wharf; (v) complementary work necessary to ensure adequate utilization of the Project including: bunker-oil pipeline duct; paving at new basin, at secondary breakwater and at container berth; water supply; electric supply; two transit sheds and two quay cranes for new general cargo wharf.


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    Spain - Second Port Project

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Spain - Second Port Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.