The consortium formed by the companies Ineco and Incosa will carry out the pre-investment study for the Central Bi-Oceanic Railway Corridor, a project awarded by the Peruvian government’s Ministry of Transport and Communications.

The project aims to commercially unify the Atlantic and Pacific ports via a massive, safe and sustainable international rail transport system that reduces operating costs and improves logistical operations between Peru, Bolivia and Brazil.

The purpose of the pre-investment study awarded to Ineco and Incosa is to assess the implications, mainly in terms of economics finance, that the launch of this Corridor would have on Peru. Connecting Peru and Brazil through Bolivia would make it possible to transfer goods from Peruvian ports to the port of Santos, in Brazil, thanks to a rail network over 4,000 kilometres long.