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Cabecera Misión y visión de la empresa

April 2013

Valparaiso’s Port Company awarded OHL Concessions the contest to operate the new Terminal 2 of Valparaiso’s Port, with a planned investment of USD $400,000,000.


July 2013

OHL signed the agreement with Valparaíso´s Port Company.


October 2013

OHL named the concessionary society of Terminal 2, “Terminal Cerros de Valparaìso” (TCVAL) as recognition for the patrimonial value of the city.

TCVAL presents the brand in the most important event of the containerized logistic chain; TOC Container Supply Chain Americas.

TCVAL presents board of directors.

TCVAL acquires the last generation of Gottwald’s crane.

November 2013

The company introduced itself to the Port’s community, sharing the guidelines of the modernization´s project of the Terminal 2.

TCVAL and the Valparaiso’s Port Company present the book “Voices in Valparaiso’s Hills” as a contribution to rescue the history of the hills that characterize the city.


December 2013

TCVAL, Valparaiso’s City Hall, and Valparaiso’s Port Company, set the first CSR port table.

TCVAL and the Valparaiso’s Port Company signed the minute of taking control of the breakwater and TCVAL begins to operate Terminal 2.