Honduran Ports Are Operating Normally
The National Port Company confirmed that operations and services continue at the national level and especially at Puerto Cortés.
Tuesday, June 30, 2009
The superintendent of the port, Roberto Javier Chacón, reported that maritime operations at the ports continue normally, guaranteeing all services in its installations.
Officials are considering building new ports in response to the high number of shipping companies which looking to base themselves in the country.
The aim is to optimize the entry and exit of cargo at the container terminal where there have been long lines and delays in procedures.
From 18 to May 20 Latin American companies in logistics sector will be meeting in Honduras to discuss issues on regional trade and business opportunities in the supply chain.
There are two public entities recently emerged: Puertos Marítimos de Honduras and Sociedad Operaciones Portuarias de Honduras; meanwhile the private sector is demanding that the award of the works contracts follows a transparent process.
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