The shipping company will permanently add Puerto Cortés as part of its itinerary, beginning in November.
Evergreen is the fourth largest shipping company in the world, and manages around 6% of the global cargo movement, with its 200 vessel fleet.
Roberto Javier Chacón, manager of the National Ports Company in Honduras, "highlighted the arrival of Evergreen to Honduras as a new opportunity to provide secure and efficient services to the sea cargo market of the world. They will manage refrigerated cargo, imports and exports and dry cargo once a week", reports Eltiempo.hn.
The ACP will host the International Conference on Marine Simulation and Ship Maneuverability (MARSIM'09) from August 17 - 20.
This is the first time that MARSIM will be held here. This conference is where maritime industry leaders, academicians and researchers from around the world gather to share the latest developments in the simulation of maritime safety and ship maneuverabilit. They will also discuss the progress of the Canal Expansion Project.
In Panama the government has introduced a bill to provide tax, labor and immigration incentives for financial activities supporting the shipping business.
From the introduction of Bill 308:
"... Since 1993 the Panamanian registry crossed the threshold as being the world's largest shipping registry and from that date the Panamanian merchant fleet has been increasing, with reference to the years from January to November 2015 the Panamanian registry has increased by 136 ships, representing a 62% increase compared to 2014. Similarly, Panama has the largest tonnage of ships registered in the world with a fleet of 81 million tons making up almost 22% of total world tonnage and a total of more than 8,100 vessels registered under the Panamanian flag.
The AdvanFort Company was officially approved Wednesday by the Panama Maritime Authority (PMA) to conduct counter piracy operations aboard vessels flying the Panama flag.
The AdvanFort Company, a world leader in providing comprehensive maritime security solutions for the commercial shipping industry, was officially approved last week by the Panama Maritime Authority (PMA) to conduct counter-piracy operations aboard vessels flying the Panama flag.
Multibank joins IFC Program to expand trade financing for panamanian businesses.
IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, announced that Multibank today became the first issuing bank in Panama to join IFC’s Global Trade Finance Program to improve access to finance for local importers and exporters and entry to new markets.
Multibank’s inclusion in the IFC program will allow it to expand its trade finance transactions within an extensive network of countries and banks. IFC’s Global Trade Finance Program promotes trade with emerging markets worldwide in a number of industries. IFC provides guarantees that help banks mitigate risks in emerging markets, allowing recipients to expand their trade finance transactions.
The threat of paralyzing the work of the third set of locks of the Panama Canal is keeping maritime and port operators around the world on tenterhooks.
The conflict between the construction consortium (GUPC) headed by the Spanish Sacyr and the Panama Canal Authority (ACP), which originated over the demand for the first payment of $1.6 billion in cost overruns and the ACP's rejection of that claim, threatens to extend the opening of the expanded waterway, through which 5% of the world's maritime cargo passes, to beyond 2015.
The Panama Canal expansion will begin operations in 2014, resulting in exponential changes in logistics throughout the world.
A new report by Jones Lang LaSalle, a financial consulting and professional services firm specializing in the real estate sector, has identified three major trends that U.S. companies should consider when evaluating their properties and the impending changes in logistics infrastructure: port terminals, railways, storage spaces, etc.
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The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) announced today that Dredging International N.V. has been awarded the contract to dredge an area of the Panama Canal's manmade body of water, Gatun Lake. The dredging project is another integral element of the Canal's Expansion Program.
"We are pleased with the competition for this contract for which several premier dredging firms from around the world submitted proposals," said ACP Executive Vice President of Engineering and Program Management Jorge L. Quijano. "The ACP has partnered with Dredging International N.V. in the past and we are confident in its proven expertise to deliver this important component of the Expansion Program. Not only has the ACP benefited from a competitive price that is within the estimated budget, but it is also assured of an effective, high quality execution."
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