||Terminal is transferred on a freehold
basis but with the requirement that it will be used only to
provide terminal services.
||Long-term lease of terminal land
and facilities and the requirement that the concessionaire undertakes
specified capital investments to build, expand, or maintain
the cargo-handling facilities, equipment, and infrastructure.
Greenfield (new facility to be built) or brownfield
(existing facility) concessions.
||Similar to a concession except
that the private sector is not explicitly required to invest
in the facilities and equipment other than for normal maintenance
and replacement over the life of the agreement.
||Private sector assumes responsibility
for the allocation of terminal labor and equipment and provides
services to the terminal users in the name of the public owner.
The public sector retains control over all the assets.
The private sector performs specific terminal activities.
The arrangement differs from a management contract in that the
private sector provides the management, labor, and equipment
required to accomplish these activities.
||Various forms involving
leaseback arrangements or supplier credits. Used to amortize the costs to the terminal for new equipment
and to ensure a reliable supply of spare parts and, often, a
guaranteed level of service/reliability from this equipment.