Central American Port Meeting 2015

From June 16th to 19th representatives from the region's port industry will be meeting in Panama at the XXXVII Port Meeting of the Central American Isthmus.

Thursday, June 4, 2015

From the website of the Central American Commission on Maritime Transport (COCATRAM):

Representatives from the Central American Commission on Maritime Transport (COCATRAM) will be meeting in Panama from the 16th to 19th of June to participate in the XXXVII Port Meeting of the Central American Isthmus (REPICA).

The event will bring together the top managers of public and private port management from the following countries: Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Belize, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama, and will cover topics such as: Supply Chain; Short Distance Sea Shipping (SSS); Economic feasibility of port infrastructure projects; Port Security; Port Health and Safety. It will be attended by delegations from: Mexico, the Dominican Republic, Colombia, Chile and Argentina.

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