Indra to Modernize Air Control in Panama

The Spanish company was awarded the $10.3 million air traffic management contracts in Panama and Ecuador.

Thursday, June 18, 2009

In Panama, the company will continue the second phase of the project that began in 2004. It will install a secondary radar system at the Cerro Galeras station, which will improve air traffic control.

Invertia publishes in its web portal: "As such, they will supply various systems of communications for the control towers at the main Panamanian airports: Enrique Malek, Bocas del Toro, Gelabert and Howard."

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Controversial Contract Between INDRA and Costa Rica’s Judiciary

May 2010

Complains include delays and disagreements in the execution of the contract, and the fact that the local manager of the project is the husband of a Supreme Court judge.

Journalist Ronny Rojas published several articles in explaining that Costa Rica’s Judiciary hired Spanish company INDRA to consult on a IT system and process redesign.

11.3 million euros contract for property registry

February 2009

El Salvador gave the control to modernize the property registry to Indra, a Spanish company. reports on its website: "The contract was granted to the temporary union of companies made up of Indra - with 94% of the shares - and the rest by MAP-LINE, a Spanish company that specializes in digital surveying services."

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