Act govt awards kingston harbour contract
A deal has been made wi골목th Queensland Ports Authority (QPA) for a contract for the Kingston harbour contract to continue until 2018.
The port’s director of business development, Rob Sable, says the deal allows QPA to maintain its position as an anchor tenant of the terminal and avoid the long wait times between contracts.
“We are going to deliver on a pr에스엠 카지노omise that the public has been making,” he said.
The deal with QPA was signed in February 2015 and has seen an increase in container capacity at the port of up to 1,100 container flights a day in the years since.
However, the amount paid to QPA for the contract remains unclear.
QPA has confirmed that the tender agreement is open to proposals in July and the contract has been awarded.
That means QPA now has two major options: it can choose to continue providing the port services until January next year, or extend the agreement to 2020-2021.
QPA says it wants to extend the agreement with QPR until 2023 as well as take the opportunity to strengthen its facilities and equipment.
It says while the port is committed to provide a seamless journey with a seamless experience at the harbour, the deal must continue.
“The long-term outlook is strong, with an average of 7,000 people using the harbour daily, up from 4,700 a year ago,” says Ms Sable.
“We are committed to continuing our efforts in the long term, but there is scope for the contract to stay open at QPA for another term as a test and to continue in that capacity,” she says.
She says that was the plan with the last two commercial services agreements.
QPA CEO, David Whiteley, says the port is committed to continuing to deliver and has offered to extend the agreement.
“We are not concerned with the length of this contract as it will be extended for a full term and we will be giving everyone the oppo출장 안마rtunity to ask us to extend as well,” he said.
“QPA is committed to provide a seamless experience, which I think is the most important part, for the public in terms of coming to the port.”
He says the airport will continue to attract cargo through container terminal, but he is unsure of the exact volume.
“QPA is committed to delivering a consistent volume through QPR and we want to continue doing that, but certainly there ar