1. The New Mega Moin container, which would be inaugurated in 2016, is the largest transport infrastructure investment in the country's history, so represents great business opportunities for various sectors of the economy and the arrival of jobs to Limon.Article

2. Lemon has the first luxury apartment building. This is Park Condo Caribbean. Yesterday was the presentation of the project and the start of the presale of the first 40 condominiums. The development comprises 200 apartments in total, spread over ten towers of four stories each. With an investment of $ 30 million, the work is driven by the firm Calypso Calyde Developments.Article

3. The luxury apartments were well received in Limon. Park Condo Caribbean, the first project of its kind to be held in the province has managed to place half of the homes in its initial phase, in four months. Although it was released thinking executives to be installed in the Caribbean to manage large projects to come, all homes sold so far were purchased by Limon. This despite the fact that construction will begin in September and it is estimated that the first apartments will be delivered in the summer of next year. Article

1. Dutch company APM Terminals BV signed a 33-year concession to build and operate a port terminal on Costa Rica's eastern Caribbean coast, President Laura Chinchilla said yesterday. Investment on the port expansion is valued at nearly $1 billion, making it the largest infrastructure project in the country's history, she said to reporters in San Jose. When complete, the 80-hectare port will be able to process 2.5 million shipping containers a year. Article

1. Addressing delegates attending the annual TOC Container Supply Chain Americas conference, APM Terminals' Moin Managing Director, Captain Paul J. Gallie cited the company's new Terminal de Contenedores de Moin (TCM) project in Costa Rica as an example of essential Latin American port planning and development. Article

2. APM Terminals Capt Paul Gallie flatly dismissed rumours that the group's Costa Rican venture has stalled to delegates at TOC Americas taking place in Panama this week. Article

3. Ushering in a new era in Caribbean ports, APM Terminals has signed a USD $992 million 33-year concession contract with the Costa Rican Government to design, finance, construct, operate and maintain the new Moin Container Terminal (TCM) on the Caribbean coast. 80% of the country's commerce is handled in the current port complex of Puerto Limon/Moin. Article

1. WorleyParsons announces the award of a contract for the project management team and front end engineering and design services for both the inside and outside battery limits of the SORESCO Moin Refinery, (in the province of Limon) expansion and modernization project in Costa Rica. Article

2. Costa Rica: Amega Takes Another Step Forward in Development of New Transfer Terminal In Moin.

3. Americas Gateway Development Corporation (Amega) will take another step forward in development of a new transfer terminal near Costa Ricas Moin port in August, Amega CEO Aubrey de Young told BNamericas. Article

1. Engineering giant Worley Parsons has won a project management and engineering contract in Costa Rica worth over $US67 million in revenue. Article

1. Two new zones, new refinery facilities Recope, expanding the highway to Limon, the platform of APM Terminals container and a building of 292 condominiums are part of the list of works that begin to rise from Limon next year and will generate large numbers of jobs.Article

2. The Governing Council endorsed a plan of $1.2 billion to expand and modernize the Moin refinery. The project is led by Soresco, a company established by the Costa Rican Oil Refinery (Recope) and China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC). Article
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3. Feasibility Study Underway for Costa Rica, China Refinery Soresco (a joint venture between Costa Ricas Recope and Chinas CNPC) will hire a company to develop the refinerys feasibility studies. Article

1. The province was the Cinderella of the construction project but became a princess during the first quarter, when the rest of the country activity retracted. Andres Shum, Cocori hotel owner in Playa Bonita, perceived the changing environment. "We had to make an investment, because the lag is substantial in limon. So I started research two years ago and we received approval when the crisis began. Article

2. Limon, the Cinderella of the seven provinces, is a little closer to see the promises which made wealth for many governments. With $ 5,991,000 touching its doors in the next five years, 2013 looks like a strategic year for various investments to materialize. Article

1. Playa Bonita in Limon Province, in the Atlantic zone of Costa Rica was the place chosen by the firm Calypso Condominium Development to develop Caribbean Park, a complex that includes 200 units in 10 buildings guestrooms. The work will be built in three stages over the next four years. Article

2. Two months into the pre-recorded Caribbean Park Condos 38% of the first building sold. Major infrastructure projects in the area favor housing boom. Article