Silos Córdoba supplied to Montevideo’s port the silos and grain conveyors for the biggest civil works built in the country.
The company Silos Cordoba has participated in the construction of Montevideo Bulk Terminal (TGM) providing the storage tanks and conveyors worth 36 million euros, as reported by Uruguayan National Association of Capital Goods Manufacturers (Sercobe).
Silos Cordoba’s participation in the TGM project, together with Uruguayan company Obrinel, has been endorsed by Sercobe in an effort to promote the participation of Spanish companies in international tenders .
The total investment of the bulk terminal located in the port of Montevideo is of approximately 100 million dollars (91 million euros). It has commenced operations in November after 18 months of construction, although its expansion will be undertaken by 2016.
The construction of this platform is the largest civil works for grain and wood chips storage and handling in Uruguay.
Source: ABC Sevilla