The international conference that provides tools for better operation and management of all types of buildings will take place on June 2nd and 3rd in Panama City.
TecnoEdificios is an international congress that provides tools for better operation and management of all types of buildings as well as spaces which make the best use of technologies in order to provide a better the quality of life for users, and efficiency of buildings. It is also an environment conducive to learning more about the optimization and operation of these types of properties.
The banks involved have a week to present their proposals, later the National Highway Council (CONAVI) will evaluate the experience of the entities in the administration of trusts and a assessment will be made of the commission for recovery.
As part of the restructuring process to reactivate the operation in the gold mine, Petaquilla Mineras has appointed Arenisca Properties S.A. to manage works at the mine.
The company Arenisca Properties S.A., responsible for reviving the mining operation, "... Is a shared partnership between Petaquilla Minerals and the investment fund Baseline Financial Group. " It is anticipated that in one month the program to run operations at the mine will be presented.
There is growing confidence by businesses to delegate to specialized companies the storage, management and distribution of their inventory.
Another service offered by companies that focus on managing inventories for third parties is the labeling of products to help companies promote their products in the market. This trend of outsourcinginventory management is on the rise in Costa Rica, allowing companies to "... make up for capacity gaps in logistics processes, make fixed costs variable once again and improve sales."
Currently being contemplated is the possibility of canceling the contract for the construction and management of the airport, awarded in January, and putting out a new tender for the procedure.
Due to the fact that airport safety in the country is now the responsibility of the government, the Commission for the Promotion of Public Private Partnerships (Coalianza) has announced that they are studying the possibility of canceling the contract which was awarded to Saisa, which included the management of security, and instead launching a new tender which would remove the issue of security from the contract.
An announcement has been made that the bidding rules for the tender for managing the porting process will be presented in the coming months.
The Superintendency of Electricity and Telecommunications confirmed with Elsalvador.com that "... the tender committee will be in charge of portability, which in turn will be integrated after the Portability Regulation has been officially presented, now that it has been completed."
Businessmen are proposing that the management of customs cease to be the responsibility of the Ministry of Finance and instead be managed by a company from the private sector.
In order to streamline the procedures for customs and facilitate intraregional trade Salvadoran businessmen have prepared a series of proposals to the government, including the creation of a Customs Superintendent managed jointly by the public and private sectors.
The assets managed by trusts increased from $12.551 billion in December 2009 to $16.803 billion in the same month in 2013, up 34%.
The number of trust management companies in Panama has been growing in recent years. Now the market is made up of 70 companies managing different types of trusts: which include investment, assurance, pension and unemployment trusts.
Panama's government has backed down and decided that the airports in Rio Hato, David and Colon, will be administered by Tocumen SA.
Rafael Barcenas, director of the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), said that they found a way for three new airports, which will not be profitable in the short term, not to become an administrative burden that hinders securing the funds they need to build the South Terminal at Tocumen airport, which will have an investment of $679.4 million.
An engineer with 36 years experience on the waterway, today became the new administrator of the Panama Canal.
A statement from the ACP reads:
Panama City, September 4, 2012. - Jorge Luis Quijano, an engineer with 36 years experience on the waterway, during which he has been entrusted with key responsibilities such as the operation and maintenance of the Canal in the transition to Panamanian administration and the Expansion Program, today became the new administrator of the Panama Canal.
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