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New port in Barranquilla, Colombia technically and nautically feasible

Posted by BFP Staff on Oct 26, 2016 at 10:20 AM

The port will only be accessible over water to preserve the protected nature reserve Parque Isla de Salamanca

Deventer, The Netherlands
The study Witteveen+Bos recently conducted for Royal Port S.A. in order to ascertain the feasibility of a new port on the mouth of the Magdalena River near Barranquilla, Colombia, shows that the port is technically and nautically feasible. Among other things a nautical simulation, of a magnitude that was never seen before for a Colombian port, was performed for this study. Now that its feasibility has been established, Royal Port is going to acquire the port concession from river management authority Cormagdalena.


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