An environmental impact study has been presented for the construction of an industrial park with 6 commercial premises and 82 warehouses in Tocumen, Panama province.
The Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) submitted to the Ministry of Environment in March 2016 by INMUEBLES Y CONSTRUCCIONES DEL ISTMO, S.A. indicates that the development will be called "Parque Industrial Tocumen" located in the district and province of Panama, town of Tocumen.
Works at the Recope plant in Moin and the construction of a fertilizer plant are part of the projects for which environmental impact studies were submitted in November 2015.
The report entitled "Construction Projects in Panama - November 2015", prepared by the Business Intelligence unit at CentralAmericaData.com, provides a detailed list of major constructionprojects for which environmental impact assessment (EIA) were presented to the National Environmental Technical Secretariat (SETENA) in November.
An environmental impact study has been submitted for the construction of a beverage production and distribution plant measuring 144 thousand square meters in Western Panama.
The Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) submitted to the National Authority of the Environment in July 2015 by the company Pacific Brewery SA, indicates that the aim is to complete construction of the plant in 12 months, and that they plant will consist of 70,366 of open construction and 74,317 cubic meters of enclosed areas.
The Canal Administration has signed with the US Agency for Trade and Development an agreement to develop a liquefied natural gas terminal.
From a statement issued by the Panama Canal:
Panama Canal Signs Agreement with US agency to boost LNG market
The Panama Canal today signed a technical cooperation agreement with the US Agency for Trade and Development to boost planning of a terminal for liquefied natural gas (LNG), a market that will open up for the country when the expanded waterway is operational.
The construction of the refinery El Supremo Sueño de Bolívar in Miramar, remains paralyzed as the government seeks funds to finance the second phase, the refinement complex.
At the moment, only the storage and distribution complex has been finished, works which were funded by Venezuela, but according to the agreement signed "... When oil is at $50, only 40% of that price is given in financing to the beneficiary country." Because of this, the government is seeking foreign funding for a second phase, but international conditions are not the best for resources for a project that "... does not seem to be profitable."
Mexichem has completed construction of its new production facility for making piping systems, fittings and PVC products in Escuintla.
The company Amanco, a member of Mexichem Group, opened its new production plant, which required an investment of $20 million. This new factory will replace the one which operated for 40 years in the zone 12 of the capital.
Preparations are being made for February of the specifications of the tender to build and expand water treatment plants in Santiago, Veraguas and in different areas of the provinces of Panama and Panama Oeste.
At the moment conditions are being revised including the specifications for the tender and it is hoped that it will be published on the purchasing website in February. In the area in the north, east and west of Panama there are 10 water purifiers that are not efficient, whereas in Veraguas there are six plants which are over 40 years old.
An announcement has been made that the company Apollo Endosurgery is to set up a 1750 meter device manufacturing plant in the Coyol area in the province of Alajuela.
From a statement issued by the Costa Rican Coalition for Development Initiatives (CINDE):
Apollo Endosurgery, Inc., a US medical device company, today announced that it has chosen Costa Rica as a site to install its new manufacturing plant in Coyol, Alajuela, where it will develop a variety of products including LAP-BAND® System - the only device approved by the FDA for weight reduction in people with at least one health problem related to obesity and who have a Body Mass Index of 30 or more.
The government has given approval for a free trade zone in the province of Herrera, where what is described as an eco-industrial park will be constructed, which will require an investment of $30 million for its first phase.
The project is being led by a group of Panamanian businessmen and European investors, who with the construction of the eco-industrial park intend to attract agribusiness firms and companies from other sectors such as logistics and technology.
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