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Brookfield Infrastructure to Invest $350 Million in South American Transportation Infrastructure

Comments Off | 12-25-2013

December 23, 2013 – Brookfield Infrastructure (NYSE: BIP; TSX: BIP.UN) today announced it has signed agreements to invest alongside institutional investors to acquire an approximate 27% interest in VLI, one of Brazil’s largest rail and port logistics businesses, for R$2 billion (approximately US$850 million), of which Brookfield Infrastructure will invest approximately $350 million.
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Boskalis acquires € 200 million port construction contract in Brazil

Comments Off | 08-3-2011

Netherland’s Royal Boskalis Westminster N.V. (Boskalis) has won a contract for the construction of a new port terminal TX2 at Superporto do Açu. The Açu Superport industrial complex in the north of Rio de Janeiro state is the largest port-industry enterprise in Latin America and is expected to become one of the largest port complexes [...]

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Vale SA forges ahead with investments in Brazilian Infrastructure

Comments Off | 06-5-2011

Vale SA announced it will invest $2.9 billion to increase capacity at the Ponta da Madeira Port Terminal in Sao Luis, Brazil. Vale is one of the world’s largest mining companies. As one of the biggest users of Brazil’s port system, in 2010 Vale exported 294.4 million metric tons of iron ore and pellets.
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Wilson Sons mulling investment of US$1.8 billion in Brazil port infrastructure

Comments Off | 05-18-2011

Wilson, Sons is to invest an estimated US$1.8 billion to improve its port, logistics and maritime infrastructure until end-2017. The announcement was made Tuesday during a press conference for the Company’s first quarter results.
Wilson, Sons is one of Brazil’s largest port and maritime logistics operators. It has six operating segments: port terminals, towing, logistics, shipping, [...]

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Advent International to purchase 50% of the capital stock of Brazil’s TCP – Terminal de Conteineres de Paranagua S/A

Comments Off | 01-16-2011

Global private equity firm, Advent International Friday announced it is to acquire 50% of the capital stock of TCP – Terminal de Conteineres de Paranagua S/A (TCP). TCP is Brazil’s third-largest container port terminal. The value of the transaction and other financial terms were however not disclosed.
All of TCP’s current shareholders – Pattac Empreendimentos e [...]

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Pecem port in the Ceara state of Brazil to invest US$1.3 billion in infrastructure enhancements

Comments Off | 09-25-2010

The port of Pecem in the Ceara state of Brazil will invest some considerable amount in the enhancement of the port’s infrastructure. The investment will be undertaken in a period of the coming six years, to cost about US$1.3 billion. The investment plans were revealed by the port’s spokesman in an interview with BNamericas. The [...]

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Dutch company ARCADIS signed investment deal on Sao Paolo sanitation project generating 80,000 jobs

Comments Off | 06-28-2010

The Dutch international design, consulting, engineering and management Services Company, ARCADIS, Friday announced that its Brazilian subsidiary had signed a US$54 million deal with the Sao Paulo State Basic Sanitation Company, SABESP, for its services. According to the announcement, the company said that a syndicate led by its Brazilian subsidiary, ARCADIS Logos, had signed the [...]

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