Meneren Corporation created a
commercial development plan and basic design for the 220 Ha Export Processing
Zone portion of
the new 1,448 Ha green-field site for a new $500 million international airport in Quito, Ecuador.
The entire 1,700 Ha site is a Free Zone site, including
both the new airport which will be built as a BOT airport and the Export
The Meneren FZ development plan included creating the
economic models for the adjoining FTZ which can be linked to taxiways for
Just-In-Time manufacturing activities.
Meneren Corporation worked
closely with an international consortium in the development
The consortium included AECON
of Canada and the Canadian Commercial Corporation (a Crown
Corporation), Houston Airport Development Corporation, CORPAC, Airport
Development Corporation (ADC) of Canada, Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein,
(the projects London-based financiers), and Marshall Macklin Monaghan
Meneren Corporation also completed a market study to help
differentiate the Quito Free Zone from other regional free zones and
Meneren Corporation developed the detailed financial
proforma's required to evaluate both the cost side and revenue sides of
the financing model.
Meneren Corporation prepared presentations for investors
and operators for the Export Processing Zone.
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