Panama Canal is priority for Central America
The VI International Forum on Management, Marketing y Business analyzed the need to take advantage of the benefits offered by the Panama Canal.
Tuesday, September 2, 2008
The former president of Panama Nicolás Ardito Barletta spoke of the importance of the Panama Canal for "hemispheric logistics" and its potential to "improve the competitiveness" of the countries in the region during his presentation on a panel called "Geopolitics and Investments."
Experts are reviewing technical aspects of the largest contract worth $5.25 billion, and contract adjudication is expected by July.
On the Pacific coast connectivity gaps have been identified between the load terminals and logistics centers and production.
The construction consortium has rejected the proposed solutions one by one, as they know that being replaced would be more expensive for the ACP than to acquiesce to its demands.
The expansion of the Panama Canal will bring important changes to the logistics of the region, especially with respect to transshipments.
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