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Three bids for the expansion of Rønne Port

Three bids for the expansion of Rønne Port

27-09-2017 14:00:00


On Thursday last week, Rønne Port took an important step in the process of an expansion. It happened when the port's internal project team and management received 'the last and final bids' (BAFO) on how and at what price the three companies/consortia could handle the task.

"It is a big and exciting task to plan and project a port expansion. Therefore, of course, it is a pleasure that we have now reached the process where we have a concrete basis for analyzing and assessing which solution is all the best for Rønne Port," said Thomas Thors, chairman of the board, at Rønne Havn A/S.

All three bidders have the necessary expertise and capacity to support the port infrastructure project and it is therefore too early to say something about which company secures the agreement.
"Now we have to go through all the material and get into the overall conditions. Then we have a prerequisite for making a decision," says Thomas Thors.

The three bids were given by:

Boskalis International B.V.

Per Aarsleff A/S

Rønne Port Expansion Contractors, a consortium consisting of DEME Infra Marine Contractors NV,

M.J. Eriksson A/S and Dredging International NV.

Source: Rønne Havn A/S / Maritime Denmark


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