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Colombia - Ports Rehabilitation Project (英语)

The project's objectives are to (i) strengthen Empresa Puertos de Colombia S.A. (COLPUERTOS) managerial, financial, administrative and operational capabilities to improve port services and reduce operational costs; (ii) upgrade port capacity by restoring port installations and increasing port productivity so as to enable the public port system to cope with future traffic demand and endure adequate support to Colombia's foreign trade. The project consists of (a) civil works to rehabilitate existing port installations and to upgrade port utilities; (b) provision of heavy cargo handling equipment, workshop machinery and tools, second-hand tugboats, training equipment and material, and computer hardware; and (c) management, operational, engineering and training consulting services.

详细

  • 文件日期

    1985/10/31

  • 文件类型

    员工评估报告

  • 报告号

    5530

  • 卷号

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • 国家

    哥伦比亚,

  • 地区

    拉丁美洲与加勒比海区,

  • 发布日期

    2010/06/18

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • 文件名称

    Colombia - Ports Rehabilitation Project

  • 关键词

    cargo handling equipment;marginal cost of use;economic and financial analysis;public port;civil works;financial information system;exchange rate adjustment;value added tax;management advisory services;internal audit system;local competitive bidding;container handling equipment;reduction in traffic;independent external auditor;cost of service;cost equipment;ship waiting time;human resource development;transport sector management;pavement management system;repair and reconstruction;cost accounting system;agriculture and industry;repair and maintenance;balance of payment;regulation and supervision;collective labor agreement;national labor legislation;mode of transport;efficiency of operations;public sector funding;infrastructure and facilities;cost reduction measure;volume of traffic;national highway system;average exchange rate;public port facility;tight fiscal situation;recovery of investment;national port authority;personnel management policy;cost of equipment;general cargo;port operation;Labor Union;financial viability;private port;port area;professional service;inland waterway;operational capability;port terminal;physical expansion;future pension;port productivity;idle time;pension payment;retirement benefit;public terminal;fixed asset;Fixed Assets;financial evaluation;port capacity;foreign trade;heavy cargo;Capital Investments;pension system;pension obligation;income statement;fuel pricing;financial situation;computer equipment;corrective measure;institutional objectives;storage area;forklift truck;lending strategy;port efficiency;transport cost;equipment operator;container port;labor contract;retail price;tariff structure;international level;equipment rental;fuel price;excessive costs;financial capability;administrative autonomy;labor relation;bulk traffic;sensitivity analysis;financial projection;increase productivity;coastal shipping;regular contribution;traffic level;Port Services;investment program;transport mode;national network;public transportation mode;computer hardware;future traffic;financial statement;operational management;pension liabilities;heavy load;economic appraisal;opportunity cost;bulk commodity;primary road;container traffic;internal management;middle management;operational practices;funding requirements;actuarial study;river transport;domestic inflation;young professional;overdue debt;rehabilitation component;single track;railway traffic;staff rationalization;navigable waterways;projection period;railway system;construction supervision;road maintenance;domestic fuel;annual contribution;cargo service;operational deficiencies;rail transport;institutional strengthening;average revenue;investment appraisal;management improvement;Paid-In Capital;trunk line;worker's salary;increasing costs;river traffic;financial disaster;pension commitments;funding mechanism;emergency measure;traffic growth;business decision;finance objective;cash budget;financial planning;commercial enterprise;comprehensive strategy;personnel cost;staff costs;tariff increase;foreign exchange;local expert;auditing principle;loan negotiation;financial study;fund statements;Workers' Compensation;financial crisis;full container;private operator;foreign bidder;engineering study;Financing plans;competitive imports;operational profit;technical committee;financial efficiency;working time;administrative personnel;pension plan;average performance;efficiency gain;international flight;bank assistance;equipment maintenance;traffic demand;cash operating;average cost;pension problem;working ratio;collect revenue;air traffic;port activity;freight service;energy conservation;rehabilitation program;public planning;benefit structure;total traffic;operational procedure;financing source;import item;seaborne trade;local inflation;foreign costs;operational problems;operational planning;counterpart funding;fiscal constraint;projected profit;financial contribution;price signal;bulk liquid;metropolitan area;important share;operational activity;operational level

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