Colombia Interested in Panamanian Logistics

Colombia’s Commerce vice minister remarked that his country is interested in Panama’s logistic potential.

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

He visited the country, and toured the Colon Free Zone, analyzing the competitive advantages of operating from Panama.

"By the end of the encounter, the Panamanian Government announced they signed a framework document for negotiating a Free Trade Agreement", reported

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El Salvador as Aeronautical Cluster

January 2013

In the next ten years companies in the Aeronautical cluster could generate between $200 and $400 million in revenues, without considering the contribution of air transport.

The projections have arisen from the second installment of a study that is being conducted by ALG-Europraxis, entitled "Aeronautical Development of El Salvador".

Panama: Potential of State Land

October 2012

Seven areas of reverted properties have features that make them ideal for uses such as residential developments, storage and logistics areas, or ports and shipyards.

A World Bank study commissioned by the Panamanian government indicates the optimum uses that could be given to reverted land areas.

A Logistics Strategy for Panama

April 2012

The Logistics Business Council forms the basis for defining a long-term vision to guide the development of Panama as a world-class logistical hub.

Panama needs a long-term strategic vision in order to enhance its logistical, and geographic and fiscal advantages, in the same way that Singapore has made a projection planning up to 2050.

Consortia Interested in Baru

January 2012

Investments could take the form of a refinery, a logistics center and tourism projects in the Caribbean zone of Panama.

Three foreign consortia have expressed interest in settling in the free zone of Baru, Chiriqui Province, to build a logistics center, a refinery for processing hydrocarbons, and a tourist center, taking advantage of the Baru area’s geographical position, as well as the pipeline which can transport oil from the Caribbean to the Pacific and vice versa, said the Minister of Commerce, Ricardo Quijano.

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