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China - Tianjin Port Project (Inglês)

The Tianjin Port Project will comprise (i) construction of 2,150m of quay walls for 11 new berths for timber, construction materials, and general cargo; (ii) dredging and land reclamation; as well as (iii) construction of railway lines, roadway and yard pavement. It will further include (iv) provision of water supply, sewerage and power supply systems; and (v) provision of the required loading/offloading equipment, navigational aids, harbor operations equipment and boats. The project will contain (vi) construction of maintenance buildings, auxiliary and various minor structures; and (vii) provision of consultants to assist in supervising construction. Finally, the project will contain components to address the port's needs in institutional and technological development. These will include: (i) technical assistance for a study of methods to minimize siltation in channels and basins, and for training of port specialists; (ii) equipment for the development of management information and operations control systems; and (iii) establishing the Tianjin Port Development Center for training, research and development studies.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    1986/03/31

  • TIpo de documento

    Relatório sobre Avaliação do Pessoal

  • No. do relatório

    5856

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    China,

  • Região

    Leste Asiático e Pacífico,

  • Data de divulgação

    2010/06/18

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    China - Tianjin Port Project

  • Palavras-chave

    provision of water supply;ship day in port;funds for capital expenditure;staff development and training;commune and brigade enterprise;civil works;ship waiting time;general cargo;Traffic;central government control;foreign exchange risk;qualification of contractor;bank for review;variable interest rate;fees and charge;general cargo berth;land and water;source of energy;income and expenditure;degree of autonomy;national transport plan;disbursement of fund;efficiency of operations;decentralization of authority;special economic zone;bulk cargo port;accrual basis accounting;power and water;qualified domestic contractors;condition of effectiveness;system of taxation;bank supervision missions;state owned enterprise;evaluation of bid;mobility of people;release of fund;power supply system;cargo handling productivity;fund balance;procurement of equipment;ton of coal;deep water berth;allocation of cost;demand for good;bill of lading;source of financing;road user charge;operations and maintenance;sound financial position;ports and waterways;foreign trade;freight traffic;construction material;port equipment;container berth;port operation;passenger traffic;port capacity;local costs;financial statement;financial policies;subsidiary loan;ship time;operations control;road transport;tariff rate;project costing;traffic demand;water depth;work contracts;freight density;port facility;port management;domestic cargo;development study;access channel;profit remittance;special account;dredging spoil;cargo time;savings account;passenger coach;freight car;domestic freight;financial planning;equipment cost;rural area;coastal port;railway line;storage area;special city;technological development;Port Services;Fixed Assets;price contingency;deepwater berth;investment planning;bank assistance;foreign vessel;tariff structure;capital construction;bulk commodity;qualified supplier;outgoing traffic;procurement method;project construction;rail lines;grace period;petroleum product;equipment manufacturer;charter contract;domestic traffic;foreign costs;coastal shipping;port specialist;grain imports;soil consolidation;contract cost;transit shed;tariff increase;cost control;dump site;long-term debt;small fraction;import duty;domestic supplier;initial deposit;site preparation;electric locomotive;navigational aid;inland waterway;prior review;container facility;mineral ore;traffic growth;Consulting services;fill material;river mouth;construction supervision;cargo volume;efficiency improvement;modern equipment;shadow pricing;municipal government;transfer payment;factor inputs;machine operator;domestic water;bank's guidelines;foreign consultant;rail system;total traffic;berth time;loan proceeds;alternative policy;port tariff;investment requirement;administrative staff;disbursement profile;equipment installation;purchase price;bank finance;transport service;organizational change;technical cooperation;financial environment;project identification;evaluation technique;road development;government objective;resource mobilization;proven technology;heavy industry;light industry;sectoral priority;policy statement;energy shortage;coastal city;transport capacity;ship operator;rural transportation infrastructure;container cargo;foreign partner;legal personality;project plan;supervisory authority;administrative arrangement;local branch;foreign ship;passenger travel;navigable river;local management;intermodal transport;state enterprises;bid for construction;container transport;grant system;project approval;efficiency gain;limited capacity;national highway;capacity constraint;railway transport;energy supplies;coal mine;mining area;domestic product;potential demand;motor traffic;operational improvement;spontaneous combustion;railway system;highway system;Natural Resources;transport demand;rail share;cargo owner;massive investment;income statement;raw material;transportation division;cubic feet;transportation need;dead weight;appraisal mission;motive power;earth road;pavement strength

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