The Panamanian government will allocate $5 million to purchasing safety clothing, helmets and breathing apparatus for the Fire Department.
A statement by the Presidency of Panama indicates that"...$2.5 million will be used to purchase coats, pants, caps and gloves; $274.776 for the purchase of fire helmets; $394.990 for the purchase of extinction boots and $1.9 million for the purchase of self-contained breathing equipment."
Tyco announced today that it has acquired Circuito SA, a leading firm in electrical design engineering with operations inCosta Rica, Panama and Mexico. For more than 40 years Circuitohas excelled in providing electromechanical engineering design, project development, field supervision and commissioning in the industrial, commercial, and hospitality sectors, and other market sectors in Central America.
Tocumen International Airport, Panama, is putting out to tender the supply, transportation and delivery of two fire fighting vehicles.
Description of the procurement: Supply, Transport and Delivery in TOCUMEN International Airport, of two (2) vehicles Auto Extinguishers, Fire Fighting and Rescue aircraft, with capacity for 3,000 Gallons of Water (Premixed water / AFFF) and 225 kilograms of Dry Chemical.